Low-spirited, fears he will become unfit for work. ~ Chronic splenitis.
(In sick:) Great nervous excitement, with chilliness and loss of appetite; felt as if nerves were shaken; at dinner could scarcely hold knife and fork.
Deep-seated pain in left hypochondrium.
Pain and fullness in left side, with inability to lie on it.
Severe pain in region of spleen, with low spirits.
Pain in left side, for a long time with leucorrhea and chilliness.
Pain in left side, headache right side; severe pain in left side, with inability (for years) to lie on that side.
Swelling in left side, under ribs, with cutting pain, agg. in cold weather, with constant chilliness, must sit over fire. ~ Chronic splenitis.
Enlarged spleen, extending to within an inch of crest of ilium, with severe pain in side.
Chronic hypertrophy of spleen. ~ After intermittent.
Leucorrhea, profuse, thick and yellow, with pain under left ribs. ~ Chronic splenitis.
(In sick:) Menses appeared ten days too early, and very profusely.
Menses appears every two weeks.
Metrorrhagia, with pain in region of spleen.
(In sick:) Chilliness, principally down back; shivering; loss of appetite, and nervous excitement.
Rigors at frequent intervals, with pain in left side. ~ Chronic splenitis.
Intermittent, with chronic enlargement of spleen.
Left: pain in region of spleen; deep-seated pain in hypochondrium; pain and fullness in hypochondrium, with inability to lie down, with leucorrhea and chilliness; swelling in side under ribs; pain in side, with rigors.
Girl, aet. 14; splenitic pain.
A young lady, aet. about 26; chronic splenitis.
A woman, aet. about 30, or 32, mother of several children, ill-fed and overworked; chronic hypertrophy of spleen.
A middle-aged, childless lady, of fresh complexion; chronic hypertrophy of spleen.
A lady, aet. about 55; chronic splenitis, chills and leucorrhea.
A young man; chronic splenitis.
Berber. helped the pain in spleen when Ceanoth. failed.
Conium helped in second attack of metrorrhagia when Ceanoth. failed.
Myr. cerif. finished the cure of icterus, after Ceanoth. relieved the severe pain in left side.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 03, 1881|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Ceanothus Americanus|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|