Muriate of Quinia. C20 H24 N2 O2, HCl, 3H2 O.
- Intermittent fever, and Sclerotitis rheumatica intermittens, Frank's Mag., vol. iv.
Used by Liebold and other surgeons of the N. Y. Ophthalmic Hospital, at the instigation of Dr. Belcher, in various diseases of the eye, particularly when accompanied by severe neuralgic pains.
SIGHT AND EYES. 
Intense pain in and around eye, periodic in character and accompanied by chills.
Lachrymation, photophobia and violent paroxysms of pain in eye, daily, at 5 P. M. ~ Sclerotitis rheumatica.
Pannus: severe, intermitting pains; anemic conditions of malarial origin.
Ulceration of cornea of malarial origin, or dependent upon anemia, especially when iris becomes affected, with severe pain in or above eye; periodic in character, especially when accompanied by chills.
Ulcers formed in course of pannus, with much pain in morning.
Severe neuralgic pains in iritis and other diseases of eye.
Trachoma with and without pannus.
VOICE AND LARYNX. TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA. 
Fatiguing cough with rattling in bronchi, without expectoration. ~ Intermittent following broncho-pneumonia.
In morning: pain in pannus worse.
At 5 A. M., daily, shaking chill with cough.
At 5 P. M., daily, sclerotitis rheumatica worse.
Shaking chill daily at 5 A. M., accompanied by fatiguing cough, rattling in bronchi, but no expectoration, burning heat followed by sweat and great prostration.
ATTACKS, PERIODICITY. 
Periodic pain in and around eyes.
Paroxysms of pain daily at 5 P. M. ~ Sclerotitis rheumatica.
Intermitting pains: pannus.
Intense pain: in and around eyes.
Neuralgic pains: in iritis and other eye affections.
STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION. 
A widow, aet. 54, phlegmatic constitution; intermittent fever, following broncho-pneumonia.
Compare: Chin. sulph. (Chin. mur. cured intermittent following broncho-pneumonia when Chin. sulph. failed.)