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 +====== CHININUM ARSENICOSUM ======
 +<span tc1>​{{anchor:​s1}}Chininum Arsenicosum.</​span>​
 +
 +<span grade2>​{{anchor:​s2}}Arseniate of Quinine. {{anchor:​s3}}2C20 H24 N2O2. As H3. 4H2O.</​span>​
 +
 +{{anchor:​s4}}Until proved by the Philadelphia Clinical Society, at the instigation of Dr. William H. Bigler, who cured with it a case of scrofulous ophthalmia, the only proving we had was the short one by Dr. Muhr, contained in Allen'​s Encyclopaedia,​ vol. 3, p. 214, here designated No. 6.
 +
 +{{anchor:​s5}}The provers of the Clinical Society are:
 +
 +{{anchor:​s6}}1. Dr. W. B. Trites, 2d dec. trit.;\\ {{anchor:​s7}}2. Mr. J. J. Sturges, 1st dec. trit.;\\ {{anchor:​s8}}3. Mr. E. W. Le Roy, 6th dec. trit. (both under supervision of Dr. C. Mohr);\\ {{anchor:​s9}}4. Dr. C. B. Knerr, 30th cent.; and\\ {{anchor:​s10}}5. Mr. Walter K. Furness (under supervision of Dr. Knerr) 2d dec. trit.
 +
 +====== CLINICAL AUTHORITIES. ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s12}}- <span grade2>​Intermittent hemicrania</​span>,​ Altschul, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 82; <span grade2>​Headache</​span>,​ D. F. and J. C. Moore, N. E. Med. Gaz., 1869, vol. 4, p. 446; <span grade2>​Occipito-cervico intercostal neuralgia</​span>,​ Payr, Hom. Klinik, 1869, p. 19; <span grade2>​Rheumatic headache</​span>,​ H. G. Bojanus, Raue's Rec., 1874, p. 257; <span grade2>​Scrofulous ophthalmia and keratitis superficialis</​span>,​ Wm. H. Bigler (unpublished);​ <span grade2>​Malignant angina in scarlatina</​span>,​ Kafka'​s Therapie, vol. 1, p. 433; <span grade2>​Diphtheritis</​span>,​ numerous cases, Findeisen, A. H. Z., vol. 87, p. 113 and 196; <span grade2>​Diphtheria</​span>,​ A. Neuschaefer,​ A. H. Z., vol. 78, 1869; <span grade2>​Intermitting diarrhea</​span>,​ Kafka, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 410; <span grade2>​Suffocative attacks in tuberculosis</​span>,​ Kafka, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 797; <span grade2>​Epileptiform spasms</​span>,​ Payr, Hom. Klinik, 1869, p. 2; <span grade2>​Intermittent fever</​span>,​ S. R. Geiser, Cin. Med. Adv., vol. 4, p. 79.
 +
 +====== MIND. [1] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s14}}Depressed in spirit, with dullness of mind [No. 3].\\ {{anchor:​s15}}Listless after previous fever; no desire to do anything [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s16}}Desire to sit or lie in one place and not be disturbed [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s17}}Mental dullness, with inclination to vomit [No. 3].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s18}}Anxiety and nightly delirium.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s19}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s20}}The chilly waves are brought on by thinking of them [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s21}}Anxiety,​ with dyspnea.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s22}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s23}}Greatest anxiety, with unquenchable thirst; must sit up bent forward, if possible at open window. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s24}}~</​span>​ Tuberculosis.\\ {{anchor:​s25}}Greatest anxiety, with unquenchable thirst; must sit up bent forward, if possible at open window. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s26}}~</​span>​ Tuberculosis.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s27}}Child sits up in bed lamenting.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s28}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Keratitis.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s29}}He believes he cannot long endure such utter prostration.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s30}}~</​span>​ <span grade2>​Epilepsy.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s31}}Irritable mood precedes headache, which is agg. by mental and bodily exercise.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s32}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hemicrania.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s33}}In consequence of fright, left sided hemicrania.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SENSORIUM. [2] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s35}}Confused feeling in head.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s36}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​
 +
 +====== INNER HEAD. [3] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s38}}Severe,​ darting, tortuous pains running up into head and preventing sleep.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s39}}Without previous aura he feels it rushing like lightning through brain and down right side of neck into arm, which is distorted and wrenched so as to crack audibly; the facial muscles are convulsively drawn, sight and speech cease, consciousness leaves, and he falls to the ground; the attack is followed by cold sweat, loud eructations and a feeling of utter prostration.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s40}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Epileptiform spasms.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s41}}Confused headache [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s42}}Frontal and occipital headache [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s43}}Headache affecting occipital protuberance [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s44}}Dull headache in frontal region, not relieved by eating [No. 3].\\ {{anchor:​s45}}Neuralgic pain in right temple and above eye, lasting several days, with inclination to move skin over aching place with his hand [No. 5].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s46}}Tearing,​ boring pain in left side of head, affecting eye, with flickering, pain and lachrymation;​ ringing in ears, nausea and vomiting during attack, which regularly appears at midnight; is subject to furuncles and abscesses which relieve head.</​span>​
 +
 +====== OUTER HEAD. [4] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s48}}Burning pain in left occipital protuberance,​ extending down nape of neck, along shoulder blade and over left half of thorax, producing orthopnea; attack commences with stretching and yawning and a shaking chill, generally in morning, and lasts until after midnight.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s49}}Bruised feeling all over head after fever and sleep [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s50}}Neuralgic pain about head, particularly in temples; agg. in left side; amel. by rubbing aching spots [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s51}}Slight painful pressure in forehead and temples [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s52}}Slight sudden throbbing of temporal arteries after 1 P. M.
 +
 +====== SIGHT AND EYES. [5] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s54}}Intense photophobia and spasms of orbicularis muscles, gushing hot tears, large ulcers attacking each eye, aggravation from midnight until 3 A. M., during which time the child sat up in bed lamenting.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s55}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Keratitis.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s56}}Scrofulous ophthalmia; agg. after 1 A. M.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s57}}Flickering before left eye, with pain and lachrymation.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s58}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hemicrania.</​span>​
 +
 +====== HEARING AND EARS. [6] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s60}}Ringing in ears.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s61}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hemicrania.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SMELL AND NOSE. [7] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s63}}Watery discharge from nose [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s64}}Constant running of profuse limpid and watery discharge [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s65}}Yellow discharge from nose [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s66}}Left nostril fills up when lying on that side [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s67}}Nostrils stop up, particularly left, on lying down, preventing breathing through nose [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s68}}Nose clearer when prover is in an erect posture and out of doors [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s69}}Sneezing,​ agg. sore throat [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s70}}Profuse discharge from both nostrils [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s71}}Nose stopped up with purulent and bloody substance.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s72}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s73}}Corners of nose excoriated.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s74}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​
 +
 +====== UPPER FACE. [8] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s76}}Face pale, sallow and bloated.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s77}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intermittent fever.</​span>​
 +
 +====== LOWER FACE. [9] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s79}}Swelling of submaxillary and parotid glands.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s80}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s81}}Blueness of lips.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s82}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​
 +
 +====== TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE. [11] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s84}}Sweetish taste after clearing throat and coughing [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s85}}Yellow slimy coating on tongue, with bitter taste [No. 3].\\ {{anchor:​s86}}Soreness and redness of tip of tongue [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s87}}Metallic bitter taste in mouth [No. 6].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s88}}Tongue coated thick and brown.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s89}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​
 +
 +====== INNER MOUTH. [12] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s91}}Burning canker spot inside of left upper lip [No. 4].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s92}}Fetor oris.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s93}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheritis.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s94}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​
 +
 +====== PALATE AND THROAT. [13] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s96}}Post-nasal catarrh; agg. on left side [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s97}}Diphtheria,​ diffused blackish exudation, hoarseness, great prostration,​ confusion in head, nightly delirium, difficult swallowing, fetid stench from mouth, dry tongue, dry skin, pulse 130, fever assuming a putrid type [No. 3].</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s98}}Constant hacking and clearing of throat [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s99}}Throat feels sore and inflamed, with a good deal of cough [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s100}}Throat feels raw and sore; agg. by coughing and sneezing [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s101}}Malignant angina during scarlatina, with paleness of skin, quick exhaustion and rapid destruction of mucous membrane of fauces.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s102}}Diphtheria:​ fetor oris, swelling of submaxillary glands, frequently also of parotids, violent fever and great prostration.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s103}}Diphtheria:​ strong fetor oris; submaxillary glands swollen and painful; breathing through mouth because nose is stopped up with purulent and bloody substance; corners of nose excoriated; tongue coated thick and brown, both tonsils covered with a grey exudation, on right tonsil a bloody ulcer with uneven edges which corresponded to size of a membrane just retched out; lower half of uvula gangrenous, upper half covered with exudation; posterior wall of fauces completely covered with exudation; swallowing of liquids very difficult; great weakness; sleeplessness;​ pulse small, very frequent.</​span>​
 +
 +====== APPETITE, THIRST. DESIRES, AVERSIONS. [14] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s106}}No appetite for breakfast after fever in the night [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s107}}No thirst with the fever [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s108}}Thirst which cannot be appeared; during attacks of suffocation.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s109}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​
 +
 +====== EATING AND DRINKING. [15] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s111}}Eggs and fish cause painless diarrhea at once.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s112}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Rheumatic headache.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s113}}She does not like cold water.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s114}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Rheumatic headache.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s115}}Water tastes bitter, or has a disagreeable flavor like the water found in cars [No. 2].
 +
 +====== HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING. [16] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s117}}Inclination to vomit, with mental dullness [No. 3].\\ {{anchor:​s118}}Sudden inclination to vomit at 2 P. M., lasting only a few minutes [No. 3].\\ {{anchor:​s119}}Regurgitation of food [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s120}}Eructations. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s121}}~</​span>​ Epilepsy.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s122}}Nausea and vomiting, followed by sleep.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s123}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hemicrania.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH. [17] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s125}}Sensation from stomach through entire intestinal canal as if diarrhea would set in [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s126}}Burning,​ sore feeling in stomach; agg. on motion, particularly going up-stairs [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s127}}Uncomfortable feeling in stomach is amel. by expanding chest [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s128}}Burning in stomach [No. 4].
 +
 +====== HYPOCHONDRIA. [18] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s130}}Left hypochondriac region enlarged.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s131}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intermittent fever.</​span>​
 +
 +====== ABDOMEN AND LOINS. [19] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s133}}Abdomen bloated.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s134}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intermittent fever.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s135}}Sore pain in a small spot, which could be covered with tip of a finger below and to right of umbilicus, coming and going, but continuing all day [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s136}}Very severe colic [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s137}}Pressure in solar plexus, as if he had eaten tough meat or hard nuts, extending towards back where it changes to a pinching sensation, spine painfully sensitive to touch at this point [No. 6].
 +
 +====== STOOLS AND RECTUM. [20] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s139}}Diarrhea from malarious poisoning; stools thin, watery, undigested, offensive, dark or light brown, sometimes with a meal-like sediment.\\ {{anchor:​s140}}From ten to fifteen painless, watery, very offensive stools from 6 to 10 A. M., with burning in anus after each passage; slightly emaciated, pale and weak.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s141}}Fetid diarrhea with pains in bowels.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s142}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intermittent fever.</​span>​
 +
 +====== URINARY ORGANS. [21] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s144}}Spasmodic retention of urine; amel. by application of hot cloths to chest, which, however, is followed by syncope.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s145}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Occipito-intercostal neuralgia.</​span>​
 +
 +====== VOICE AND LARYNX. TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA. [25] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s148}}Hoarseness.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s149}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s150}}Aching in bronchial region; agg. left side [No. 4].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s151}}Seemed to prevent diphtheritic membrane from spreading to larynx.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s152}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Malignant scarlatina.</​span>​
 +
 +====== RESPIRATION. [26] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s154}}Respiration very free as if thorax was hollow [No. 6].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s155}}Blueness of lips, hands and nails, with attacks of suffocation,​ which begin in morning and last until noon.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s156}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s157}}Must sit bent forward and if possible at an open window during attack of suffocation;​ agg. by any other position.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s158}}Dyspnea with anxiety.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s159}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s160}}Every forenoon at 9 o'​clock attacks of suffocating spells.
 +
 +====== COUGH. [27] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s162}}Coughing agg. sore throat [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s163}}Cough with but little expectoration [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s164}}Slight cough at long intervals, seems to come from full feeling in chest [No. 2].
 +
 +====== INNER CHEST AND LUNGS. [28] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s166}}Senile subacute catarrh with periodical fever, generally agg. at night.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s167}}Peculiar colicky pain in lower part of left lung felt like a pain from flatulence, comes and quickly passes away, often repeated [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s168}}Sharp stitch in lower part of right chest in front; agg. when inspiring, causing him to cry out [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s169}}Desire to inflate lungs to their fullest extent to relieve uncomfortable feeling in stomach while riding in open air on a raw, cold day [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s170}}The chest feels hollow and respiration freer [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s171}}Limbs icy cold; cold clammy sweat all over; greatest anxiety and unquenchable thirst; must sit up, bent forward if possible, at open window. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s172}}~</​span>​ Tuberculosis.
 +
 +====== HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION. [29] ======
 +
 +<span grade4>​{{anchor:​s174}}Angina pectoris, with dropsical symptoms, venous hyperemia and cyanosis.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s175}}Trembling of heart, with rumbling noise, unable to distinguish pulsations, lasting one hour [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s176}}Palpitation;​ noticed on leaning against back [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s177}}Sensation as if heart had stopped [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s178}}No perception of beating of heart [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s179}}Beat of heart and pulse irregular, numbering 200 per minute [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s180}}Pulse cannot be felt on left side [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s181}}Beat of heart becomes regular towards noon [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s182}}Pulse in radial and temporal arteries 200 [No. 6].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s183}}Pulse small, very frequent.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s184}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s185}}Pulse 130.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s186}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s187}}Pulse 98, full and strong during fever [No. 2].
 +
 +====== OUTER CHEST. [30] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s189}}Paralysis of respiratory muscles on left side.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s190}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intercostal neuralgia.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s191}}Violent neuralgic pain in left mammary region, as though that part was torn with red hot tongs.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s192}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intercostal neuralgia.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s193}}Aching in intercostal muscles, right side, in locality of sixth and seventh ribs on making inspiration [No. 4].
 +
 +====== NECK AND BACK. [31] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s195}}Back feels weak as after taking a long journey [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s196}}Pain in muscles between left shoulder and neck, as if sprained, on rising from sleep at 4 P. M. [No. 4].
 +
 +====== UPPER LIMBS. [32] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s198}}Painful weariness in shoulder and elbow joints [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s199}}Aching in biceps of left arm [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s200}}Acute fugitive pain in left olecranon process [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s201}}Pain in flexors of left forearm on radial side near elbow [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s202}}Palms of hands hot and dry [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s203}}Sore,​ aching fugitive pains in first phalanx of left thumb, the same, but in a less degree, in right [No. 1].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s204}}Blueness of hands and nails.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s205}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​
 +
 +====== LOWER LIMBS. [33] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s207}}Weariness of lower extremities.\\ {{anchor:​s208}}Gooseflesh on lower extremities,​ with chilly feeling [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s209}}Sore,​ aching fugitive pain in left leg near knee [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s210}}Aching,​ sore pain in anterior lower two-thirds of left tibia [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s211}}Itching on internal malleolus of right foot at 2 A. M.; on investigation discovered eruption of bright red pimples [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s212}}Increased tenderness of corn on left little toe; had to remove shoe to ease pain [No. 4].
 +
 +====== LIMBS IN GENERAL. [34] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s214}}Limbs icy cold.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s215}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​
 +
 +====== REST. POSITION. MOTION. [35] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s219}}Desire to sit or lie in one place.\\ {{anchor:​s220}}Desire to move skin over aching place in temple with his hand.\\ {{anchor:​s221}}Lying:​ on left side, nostril fills up.\\ {{anchor:​s222}}Sitting:​ bent forward amel. anxiety and suffocation.\\ {{anchor:​s223}}Leaning against back: palpitation noticeable.\\ {{anchor:​s224}}Erect posture: nose clearer.\\ {{anchor:​s225}}Expanding chest: amel. uncomfortable feeling in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s226}}Motion:​ and going up-stairs agg. burning soreness in stomach; agg. intercostal neuralgia.\\ {{anchor:​s227}}Bodily exercise: headache.\\ {{anchor:​s228}}Riding in open air: desire to expand lungs to relieve uncomfortable feeling in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s229}}Sneezing:​ agg. sore throat; and coughing agg. rawness in throat.
 +
 +====== NERVES. [36] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s231}}Great prostration.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s232}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s233}}Lassitude and fatigue [No. 4].\\ {{anchor:​s234}}Feels as when suffering from partially developed malaria [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s235}}Felt sore and ached all over [No. 1].\\ {{anchor:​s236}}Felt like one having taken a long journey [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s237}}Great prostration,​ followed by a deep sleep after an attack of dyspnea.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s238}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s239}}Epilepsy;​ after attack cold perspiration,​ eructations,​ and a feeling of such utter prostration that patient believes he cannot endure it long.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SLEEP. [37] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s241}}Goes to sleep after tea and sleeps heavily all night [No. 4].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s242}}Deep sleep after suffocative attacks.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s243}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s244}}Awakes from sleep exhausted and bathed in sweat after an attack of dyspnea.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s245}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s246}}Restless until 3 A. M., constantly changing position, particularly as soon as pillow becomes warm [No. 6].\\ {{anchor:​s247}}Sleep frequently interrupted [No. 6].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s248}}Sleeplessness.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s249}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​
 +
 +====== TIME. [38] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s251}}Nightly:​ delirium in diphtheria.\\ {{anchor:​s252}}At night: senile subacute catarrh agg.; sleeps heavily; is more feverish.\\ {{anchor:​s253}}From midnight until 3 A. M.: ophthalmia agg.\\ {{anchor:​s254}}From morning until after midnight: burning pain in head with chills.\\ {{anchor:​s255}}At 2 A. M.: itching eruption on internal malleolus of right foot.\\ {{anchor:​s256}}Until 3 A. M.: restless.\\ {{anchor:​s257}}At 4 A. M.: sprained feeling in muscles of back.\\ {{anchor:​s258}}From morning to noon: suffocation,​ with blueness of lips, hands and nails.\\ {{anchor:​s259}}In morning: broken-up feeling after fever, no appetite for breakfast.\\ {{anchor:​s260}}From 6 to 10 A. M.: diarrhea.\\ {{anchor:​s261}}At 9 A. M.: suffocating spells.\\ {{anchor:​s262}}Towards noon: beat of heart becomes regular.\\ {{anchor:​s263}}Forenoon:​ chill at irregular hours.\\ {{anchor:​s264}}Towards midnight: fever following chilliness, pulse 90.\\ {{anchor:​s265}}After 1 P. M.: throbbing of temporal arteries.\\ {{anchor:​s266}}At 2 P. M.: sudden inclination to vomit.\\ {{anchor:​s267}}After 8.30 P. M.: chilliness with goose-flesh.
 +
 +====== TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER. [39] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s269}}Hot cloths to chest: amel. retention of urine but cause syncope.\\ {{anchor:​s270}}Warmth of pillow: agg. restlessness.\\ {{anchor:​s271}}Open window: sits there to amel. anxiety and suffocation.\\ {{anchor:​s272}}On a raw, cold day, while riding, desire to expand lungs to relieve uncomfortable feeling in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s273}}Damp weather: is sensitive to it, and feels chilly. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s274}}~</​span>​ Rheumatic headache.\\ {{anchor:​s275}}Cool part of bed: agg. chilliness.\\ {{anchor:​s276}}Inclination to throw off covers and open windows: with fever towards midnight.
 +
 +====== FEVER. [40] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s278}}Chilly feeling like cold waves after 8 1/2 P. M. in bed, with gooseflesh all over body, but particularly on legs [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s279}}Chilliness coming in waves, with restlessness;​ agg. by moving hands and feet to a cool part of bed, also by thinking of it [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s280}}Chill always in forenoon, not at a regular hour, however; sometimes once every day, again every other day; sometimes paroxysms would close with perspiration,​ sometimes without; before the attack headache, yawning and stretching.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s281}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Intermittent fever.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s282}}After chilliness, feverish towards midnight, pulse 98, full and strong, with inclination to throw off covers and open windows, no sweat [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s283}}Feverish all the time, but more so at night [No. 2].\\ {{anchor:​s284}}No sweat after fever, but weak, broken-up feeling in morning and no appetite for breakfast [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s285}}Violent fever with great prostration.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s286}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s287}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Malignant scarlatina.</​span>​
 +
 +====== ATTACKS, PERIODICITY. [41] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s289}}Periodically:​ furuncles and abscesses. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s290}}~</​span>​ Hemicrania.\\ {{anchor:​s291}}Like cold waves: chilliness in evening.\\ {{anchor:​s292}}At long intervals: slight cough from full feeling in chest.\\ {{anchor:​s293}}Coming and going quickly: peculiar colicky pain in lower part of left lung, often repeated.\\ {{anchor:​s294}}Coming and going, all day: sore pain in spot below and to right of umbilicus.\\ {{anchor:​s295}}Lasting a few minutes: inclination to vomit.\\ {{anchor:​s296}}Lasting one hour: tremor of heart.\\ {{anchor:​s297}}Every day or every other day: chill; attacks of suffocation.\\ {{anchor:​s298}}Lasting several days: neuralgia in head.
 +
 +====== LOCALITY AND DIRECTION. [42] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s300}}Left:​ hemicrania; boring in side of head, affecting eye; burning in occipital protuberance,​ down nape of neck, along shoulder blade and over half of thorax; neuralgia about head; flickering before eye; nostril fills up when lying on side; canker spot inside upper lip; post-nasal catarrh agg.; hypochondriac region enlarged; aching in bronchial region; peculiar colicky pain in lower part of lung; pulse cannot be felt; paralysis of respiratory muscles; neuralgia in mammary region; pain as if sprained between shoulder and neck; aching in biceps; acute pain in olecranon process; pain in flexors of forearm; pains in thumb; pain in leg near knee; pain in anterior lower two-thirds of tibia; tender corn on little toe.\\ {{anchor:​s301}}Right:​ rushing like lightning through brain and down side of neck into arm; neuralgia in temple and above eye; diphtheritic ulcer on tonsil; sore pain in small spot to right of umbilicus; sharp stitch in lower part of chest, in front; aching in intercostal muscles, locality of sixth and seventh ribs; pains in thumb; itching eruption on internal malleolus of foot.
 +
 +====== SENSATIONS. [43] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s303}}As if diarrhea would set in; as if heart had stopped; as if torn with red hot tongs in left mammary region; as after a long journey, weakness in back; as if he had eaten tough meat or hard nuts, in solar plexus; as when suffering from partially developed malaria; as if thorax was hollow.\\ {{anchor:​s304}}Pains:​ in flexors of left forearm.\\ {{anchor:​s305}}Acute pain: in left olecranon process.\\ {{anchor:​s306}}Neuralgic pain: in right temple and above eyes; about head, particularly in temples; in left mammary region.\\ {{anchor:​s307}}Stitch:​ in lower right chest.\\ {{anchor:​s308}}Darting:​ running up into head.\\ {{anchor:​s309}}Tearing:​ in left side of head and eye.\\ {{anchor:​s310}}Boring:​ in left side of head and eye.\\ {{anchor:​s311}}Burning:​ in left occipital protuberance to nape of neck, along shoulder blade and over left half of thorax; canker spot in upper lip; in stomach; in anus.\\ {{anchor:​s312}}Colicky pain: in abdomen; in lower part of left lung.\\ {{anchor:​s313}}Raw feeling: in throat.\\ {{anchor:​s314}}Sore pain: in a small spot below and to right of umbilicus.\\ {{anchor:​s315}}Sprained pain: in muscles of back between shoulder and neck.\\ {{anchor:​s316}}Pinching:​ back, in region of solar plexus.\\ {{anchor:​s317}}Pressure:​ in forehead and temples; in solar plexus.\\ {{anchor:​s318}}Tenderness:​ of corn on left little toe.\\ {{anchor:​s319}}Aching:​ in bronchial region; in intercostal muscles right side; in biceps; in phalanges of thumbs; in left leg near knee; in anterior lower left tibia; all over.\\ {{anchor:​s320}}Dull pain: in frontal region.\\ {{anchor:​s321}}Bruised feeling: all over head.\\ {{anchor:​s322}}Sore feeling: in throat; in stomach; all over; tip of tongue.\\ {{anchor:​s323}}Broken-up feeling: in morning after fever.\\ {{anchor:​s324}}Lightning-like sensation runs through brain and down right side of neck into arm.\\ {{anchor:​s325}}Tortuous pains: run up into head.\\ {{anchor:​s326}}Hollow feeling: in chest.\\ {{anchor:​s327}}Uncomfortable feeling: in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s328}}Weariness,​ painful: in shoulder and elbow joints; in lower extremities.\\ {{anchor:​s329}}Throbbing:​ of temporal arteries.\\ {{anchor:​s330}}Chilly feeling: with goose-flesh all over body.\\ {{anchor:​s331}}Itching:​ on internal right malleolus.
 +
 +====== TISSUES. [44] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s333}}Dropsical symptoms, venous hyperemia and cyanosis.
 +
 +====== TOUCH. PASSIVE MOTION. INJURIES. [45] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s337}}Touch:​ spine sensitive to.\\ {{anchor:​s338}}Rubbing:​ amel. aching spots in head.\\ {{anchor:​s339}}Pressure of shoe: agg. aching of corn.
 +
 +====== SKIN. [46] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s341}}Recommended in plague by Lorbacher.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s342}}Dry skin.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s343}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Diphtheria.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s344}}Gooseflesh over whole body, particularly lower extremities [No. 2].\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s345}}Pallor of skin, with rapid exhaustion.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s346}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s347}}Cold,​ clammy sweat all over.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s348}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Tuberculosis.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s349}}Cold perspiration after attacks. <span sbita>​{{anchor:​s350}}~</​span>​ Epilepsy.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s351}}Periodical furuncles and abscesses, which relieve the head.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s352}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hemicrania.</​span>​
 +
 +====== STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION. [47] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s354}}Albert S., aet. 4; had chills for two weeks; intermittent fever.\\ {{anchor:​s355}}A stout girl, aet. 10; diphtheria.\\ {{anchor:​s356}}A young lady of slender build, aet. 20; diphtheria.\\ {{anchor:​s357}}A tuberculous woman, aet. 30; suffocative attacks.\\ {{anchor:​s358}}Strong man of sanguine temperament;​ intermittent hemicrania of three years' standing.\\ {{anchor:​s359}}A man; epileptiform spasms of nine years' standing, caused by masturbation and use of spirituous drinks.\\ {{anchor:​s360}}Woman,​ aet. 50; diarrhea.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s361}}Lady,​ aet. 58; hydrogenoid constitution;​ rheumatic headache.</​span>​
 +
 +====== RELATIONS. [48] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s363}}Compare:​ <span grade2>​Apis</​span>​ (diphtheria),​ <span grade2>​Arsen.</​span>​ (neuralgias,​ diarrhea, tuberculosis),​ <span grade2>​Cinchon.</​span>​ (diarrhea, suffocative attacks in tuberculosis).
 +
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 +
 +====== DOCUMENT DESCRIPTOR ======
 +^ Source: | [[en:​mm:​hering:​start|The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica]] Vol. 04, 1884 |
 +^ Description:​ | Clinical materia medica of [[en:​rem:​r263|Chininum arsenicosum]] |
 +^ Remedies: | [[en:​rem:​r263|Chininum arsenicosum]] |
 +^ Author: | Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C. |
 +^ Year: | 1884 |
 +^ Editing: | errors only; interlinks; formatting |
 +^ Attribution:​ | Legatum Homeopathicum |}
  
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