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 +====== CUPRUM ACETICUM ======
 +<span tc1>​{{anchor:​s1}}Cuprum Aceticum.</​span>​
 +
 +<span grade2>​{{anchor:​s2}}Acetate of copper; verdigris. {{anchor:​s3}}Cu 2C2 H3 O2. H2 O.</​span>​
 +
 +{{anchor:​s4}}The symptoms are principally toxicological and clinical.
 +
 +{{anchor:​s5}}See <span grade2>​Cuprum metallicum.</​span>​
 +
 +====== CLINICAL AUTHORITIES. ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s7}}- <span grade2>​Hallucinations</​span>,​ Mossa, Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 29; <span grade2>​Effects of over-study</​span>,​ Schmid, B. J. H., vol. 1, p. 241; <span grade2>​Dementia</​span>,​ Schmid, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 23; <span grade2>​Mania from suppression of menses</​span>,​ Kissel, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 4; <span grade2>​Mania after labor</​span>,​ Schmid, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 23; <span grade2>​Irritation of brain</​span>,​ Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 41; <span grade2>​Apoplexia nervosa</​span>,​ Schmid, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 91; <span grade2>​Paralysis of left nervus abducentis</​span>,​ Heinigke, Norton'​s Opth. {{anchor:​s8}}Therap.,​ p. 76; <span grade2>​Facial neuralgia</​span>,​ Mossa, Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 245; <span grade2>​Tonsillitis</​span>,​ Kissel, Rck. Kl. Erf, vol. 5, p. 238; <span grade2>​Obstinate vomiting</​span>,​ Dudgeon, Times Retrospect, 1877, p. 23; <span grade2>​Uraemic vomiting</​span>,​ Koeck, Hah. Mo., vol., 12. p. 638; <span grade2>​Diarrhea after suppression of eczema</​span>,​ Drummond, B. J. H., vol. 31, p. 401; <span grade2>​Summer diarrhea</​span>,​ Drummond, B. J. H., vol. 31, p. 414; <span grade2>​Cholera</​span>,​ J. C. Morgan, Hering'​s Monograph; <span grade2>​Cholera paralytica</​span>,​ Quaglio, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 474; <span grade2>​Tape worm</​span>​ (60 cases reported), Kissel, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 387; <span grade2>​Croup</​span>​ (12 cases reported), Kissel, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 755; <span grade2>​Spasmodic whooping cough</​span>,​ Bellows, Hom. Obs., vol. 6, p. 142; <span grade2>​Whooping cough</​span>,​ Neidhard, B. J. H., vol. 12, p. 437; <span grade2>​Angina pectoris</​span>,​ Bayes, Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 127; <span grade2>​Paralysis of nervus ulnaris</​span>,​ Heinigke, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 304; <span grade2>​Paralysis of left leg</​span>,​ Heinigke, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 304; <span grade2>​Measles</​span>,​ Miller, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 222; <span grade2>​Scarlatina</​span>,​ Gardiner, Hering'​s Monograph; <span grade2>​Spotted fever with clonic spasms</​span>,​ Neidhard, Hering'​s Monograph; <span grade2>​Chorea</​span>,​ Drummond, B. J. H., vol. 31, p. 413.
 +
 +====== MIND. [1] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s10}}Memory weak; brain functions in general decreased; must frequently think long before he finds the right expression; temperature low; hands always cold; in winter, hands become bluish-black.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s11}}Great absence of mind; tendency to start; eyes sunken, staring, as if riveted in sockets; cold sweat; spasmodic distortion of face.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s12}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Irritation of brain.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s13}}Loud speaking arouses them from their fancies, they are obliged, however, to think a long time before they can answer.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s14}}Fixed idea that he sees persons connected with the law who are about to seize him, causing great anxiety, and making him cry like a child; at times sees thieves in the room, spirits, and various other immaterial objects; although he describes some of his symptoms truly, others are misrepresented or cannot be expressed by him; great despondency and anxiety; seems in despair; attacks of unconsciousness;​ pulse weak; skin cool and covered with a cold sweat.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s15}}Hallucinations of all kinds of figures and grimaces, especially in evening when going to bed and shutting eyes; at one time saw these appearances also through day, and heard them talk; headache; glimmering before eyes; whizzing and drumming in ears; chronic bronchial catarrh; frequent vertigo while walking on street.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s16}}Delirium</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s17}}Attacks of mania, with full, rapid, hard pulse, inflamed eyes, wild look, and disconnected talking, ending with sweat.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s18}}Crying like a child.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s19}}Awoke suddenly from sleep and ran about room crying, scolding and screaming, and wished to escape; thinks she is about to die and desires to see the pastor; pain in head; pulse small, soft, 100; has not menstruated for several months.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s20}}Unexpectedly jumps out of bed, it requiring at times great force to retain her; eyes staring, look vacantly fixed upon some object; temperature slightly elevated in head, and lessened in extremities.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s21}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Mania after labor.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s22}}Great anxiety; tossing about bed.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s23}}Attacks of anxiety; cannot control herself; cries, is in despair; coldness of the body, very slightly affected by external heat.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s24}}Slightest exertion brings on profuse and exhausting perspiration;​ no appetite; pulse weak, accelerated,​ irregular; skin moist; feet cold; at times a feeling of anxiety which cannot be resisted; giddiness in head, with internal pain, sometimes causing insensibility;​ sleep restless and unrefreshing,​ with distracted and annoying dreams; diarrhea; rapid decline of strength.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s25}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Effects of over-study.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s26}}Afraid of falling; holds on to his nurse'​s hair, hugs up to her, afraid of being injured, would not stay in bed.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s27}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s28}}Afraid of everyone who approaches him, shrinking away from them.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s29}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s30}}Feared bedclothes or house would catch fire.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s31}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s32}}Fear of death.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s33}}~</​span>​ <span grade2>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s34}}Restless,​ cross and full of fear; respiration,​ sobbing, short and anxious; face pale and bloated; when drinking, child bites into glass or spoon; strength gradually sinking.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s35}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Irritation of brain, due to dentition.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s36}}Disconnected delirious talking; talks all the time.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SENSORIUM. [2] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s38}}Vertigo,​ marked and persistent, with stupefaction.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s39}}Great confusion and heaviness of head.</​span>​
 +
 +====== INNER HEAD. [3] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s41}}Agonizing headache at distinct intervals like paroxysms, lancinating pains, sometimes in forehead, sometimes in top of head, sometimes in temples or occiput, agg. from slightest pressure.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s42}}Inflammation of brain; prostration,​ breathing short and anxious, face puffed and pale; when drinking child bit on the glass or spoon.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SIGHT AND EYES. [5] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s44}}Eyes staring, fixed, sunken.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s45}}After riding several hours in railroad car, sudden indistinct and double vision.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s46}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Paralysis of left nervus abducentis.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s47}}Insufficiency of external recti muscles.</​span>​
 +
 +====== UPPER FACE. [8] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s49}}Distorted,​ pale, deathly face.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s50}}Face puffed and pale.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s51}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Inflammation of brain.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s52}}Flushed features, face cyanotic.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s53}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s54}}Facial neuralgia, behind right ear, in cheekbone and upper jaw, agg. morning, none at night; pain agg. from mental emotions; pain in upper and lower extremities,​ tingling in fingers, jerks and drawing in limbs; pain in face, amel. by chewing and external pressure; feeling of coldness in head; pain amel. from wrapping parts up warmly; when there is no pain she cannot bear warm things around head; brain is void and absent, mental activity much impaired; inclined to gape and cry; appetite poor; sleeps well lying on affected side.</​span>​
 +
 +====== PALATE AND THROAT. [13] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s56}}Inflammation of tonsils, or when they are enlarged will favor suppuration and cause rapid healing.</​span>​
 +
 +====== EATING AND DRINKING. [15] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s58}}When drinking child bites at glass or spoon.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s59}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Inflammation of brain.</​span>​
 +
 +====== HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING. [16] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s61}}Rice-watery vomiting and purging.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s62}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s63}}Ineffectual attempts at vomiting, with distressing feeling of constriction in course of esophagus, and across chest, in direction of diaphragm.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s64}}Vomiting with burning nausea rising from stomach to throat.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s65}}Nausea and vomiting of greenish liquid, or yellowish-green vomiting.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s66}}Violent vomiting of greenish water, coming on suddenly and attended by copious greenish diarrhea and violent pain in bowels.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s67}}Very frequent vomiting, usually after drinking.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s68}}About every ten days has an attack of vomiting, preceded by headache in forehead, heat of head, and soreness or pain in eyes; attacks come on when awaking in morning, and consist only of frothy saliva; agg. from slightest movement, amel. lying still; attacks last one or two days, during which time he can take no solid food and scarcely any liquid; during intervals of attacks, tenderness of epigastrium to pressure, creeping or fluttering sensation between shoulders and at back of neck.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s69}}Constant fruitless attempts at vomiting, after which, nearly unconscious,​ he fell back into bed; at first, vomiting of food followed by vomiting of murky water mixed with green slimy strings; every swallow of water or food sets him vomiting; no appetite; excessive thirst, burning pain in stomach, great lassitude.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s70}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Uremic vomiting.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH. [17] ======
 +
 +<span grade4>​{{anchor:​s72}}Violent griping and pressure in stomach, followed by vomiting.</​span>​\\ <span grade4>​{{anchor:​s73}}Violent pains and cramps in stomach and bowels.</​span>​
 +
 +====== ABDOMEN AND LOINS. [19] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s75}}Severe griping and colicky pains in stomach and bowels.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s76}}Retracted abdomen.</​span>​
 +
 +====== STOOLS AND RECTUM. [20] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s78}}Great irritability of stomach, every kind of nourishment being rejected; continual desire to vomit with most distressing retching; bowels irritable; frequent, small, papescent stools, often mixed with mucus and blood; nervous depression; fretting, despondent.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s79}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​After suppression of eczema.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s80}}Black stools, copious, painful, bloody, with tenesmus, and weakness.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s81}}Rice-watery purging; inelastic cold skin.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s82}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s83}}Sudden severe constricting pains in abdomen, with nausea, profuse, spurting diarrhea, and cramps in muscles of legs; lies in an apathetic condition; twitchings; groaning; clonic spasm of muscles of leg; difficult respiration;​ cyanosis; is conscious, but desires nothing but water to quench the burning thirst; eyes dim, fixed, retracted, and surrounded by dark circles; face sunken and cold; tongue, breath, hands and feet icy cold; voice hollow, feeble; impulse beat of heart extremely weak, radial pulse lost; stool less frequent, ashy gray, with grayish flakes; forcible vomiting; urine suppressed.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s84}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera paralytica.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s85}}Severe cases of summer diarrhea, with griping pains and cramps of extremities.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s86}}Diarrhea with irregular pulse, twitchings, startings, and jerks in limbs, subsultus tendinum, and fainting.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s87}}Summer complaint of children, with brain affections.</​span>​\\ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s88}}Constipation.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s89}}Tape worm.</​span>​
 +
 +====== URINARY ORGANS. [21] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s91}}Suppression of urine.</​span>​
 +
 +====== RESPIRATION. [26] ======
 +
 +<span grade4>​{{anchor:​s93}}Difficult respiration.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s94}}Breathing short and anxious.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s95}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Inflammation of brain.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s96}}Suffocative loss of breath.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s97}}Chest spasmodically constricted,​ impeding respiration,​ and increasing her anxiety.</​span>​
 +
 +====== COUGH. [27] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s99}}Frequent,​ violent, dry cough, with tearing pain in head; cough followed by violent pulsation of heart, lasting several minutes; anxiety and pressure in chest, agg. sitting; cough comes on at night between 11 and 1.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s100}}Redness of face; blueness around mouth and lips during attack; rapid, wheezing respiration,​ with groaning; rattling of phlegm; starting in sleep; great fretfullness;​ distinct whoop after each paroxysm of cough, and crying.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s101}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Whooping cough.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s102}}Whooping cough; when spasmodic condition becomes manifest.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s103}}Whooping cough, in most obstinate cases, particularly where there is a chronic cough, and a tendency to consumption of lungs.</​span>​
 +
 +====== HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION. [29] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s105}}Deathly feeling behind ensiform cartilage.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s106}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s107}}Frequent attacks of angina pectoris, coming on when exerting herself, or when excited.</​span>​
 +
 +====== UPPER LIMBS. [32] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s109}}Numbness and lameness of left hand, especially of fingers as far as they are supplied with the nervus ulnaris.</​span>​
 +
 +====== LOWER LIMBS. [33] ======
 +
 +<span grade4>​{{anchor:​s111}}Cramps in lower extremities,​ especially in calves.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s112}}Cramps of legs, particularly in old people.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s113}}Dragging of left foot in walking; numbness and lameness in sole of left foot gradually extending up to knee; walking and standing very difficult; no noticeable atrophy, but skin, subcutaneous tissues, muscles and ligaments considerably relaxed; sense of feeling much decreased; constant cold foot, scarcely changed by application of hot bricks; at times dull pain from hip down to knee.</​span>​
 +
 +====== LIMBS IN GENERAL. [34] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s115}}Violent drawing and tension in limbs, with frequent shuddering and chilliness, though skin is not cold.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s116}}Periodic,​ spasmodic, painful contraction of fingers and toes, frequently so severe that fingers could scarcely be extended by any force.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s117}}Cramps in extremities,​ and convulsive movements of limbs.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s118}}Coldness and severe cramp in extremities.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s119}}Coldness of extremities.</​span>​
 +
 +====== REST. POSITION. MOTION. [35] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s123}}Lying down: chorea amel. {{anchor:​s124}}Sitting:​ anxiety and pressure of chest agg.\\ {{anchor:​s125}}Change of posture: frequent.\\ {{anchor:​s126}}Chewing:​ facial neuralgia amel.\\ {{anchor:​s127}}Motion:​ chorea agg.\\ {{anchor:​s128}}Walking:​ dragging of left foot.\\ {{anchor:​s129}}Throwing body about: great restlessness.
 +
 +====== NERVES. [36] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s131}}Affects specifically spinal cord; congestion of brain, with convulsive motions of extremities;​ cannot hold head up; eyes dim, lustreless, sunken, with blue rings; sad, depressed features; dry mouth, great thirst for cooling drinks; nausea, vomiting; torpid stool; nervous trembling, with very great acuteness and sensitiveness of senses; clonic spasms beginning at periphery; deep sleep or coma; paralysis of all muscles of back up to neck.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s132}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Meningitis cerebro-spinalis.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s133}}Convulsions before eruption breaks out, or when eruption suddenly disappears, with tendency to metastasis to brain; quick, small, irregular pulse; low temperature;​ sopor; rolling of eyes; facial distortion, and also of all flexor muscles; great restlessness,​ throwing body about; spasmodic action of heart; vomiting; cold face, blue lips, coldness all over; agg. from contact.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s134}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Scarlatina.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s135}}Metastasis during an attack of catarrhal or exanthemic fever; stage of exudation; delirium, with loud screaming, precede the sopor; convulsions begin at periphery and extend upwards; great v stiffness of neck, with remarkable paleness of skin; pressure in precordial region and sunken abdomen; great irregularity f pulse, sinking sometimes far below normal; trismus; tetanus; cramps; grinding of teeth; inability to hold up head; bloodshot eyes; insatiable thirst; cold hands and feet.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s136}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Hydrocephalus acutus.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s137}}Convulsions coming on in lower extremities,​ or in fingers or toes, with much throwing about of limbs, frothing at mouth, and choking in throat; spasms preceded by violent vomiting of mucus.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s138}}Convulsions;​ limbs and body stiff, jaws clenched.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s139}}Consciousness lost; face distorted with convulsions;​ mouth drawn to one side; tongue partially paralyzed and awry; speech impeded or completely lost; one extremity, generally an arm, moved with greater difficulty than the other.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s140}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Apoplexia nervosa.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s141}}Periodical chorea; irregular movements commencing in fingers or toes, or in one arm, and spreading all over body; twitchings often confined to one side; terrible contortions and awkward movements, accompanied by laughter, grimaces, exaltation and ecstasies; melancholy and dread of society; attacks often painful; cramps in calves; inability to speak, or only imperfectly;​ sudden piercing cries; distortion of mouth and eyes; at times risus sardonicus; agg. after fright, and from motion; amel. lying down.</​span>​
 +
 +====== SLEEP. [37] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s143}}On falling asleep begins to talk, scold, scream, turn and twist; when awakened is rational.
 +
 +====== TIME. [38] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s145}}Morning:​ facial neuralgia agg.; attack of vomiting on awaking.\\ {{anchor:​s146}}Night:​ cough comes on between 11 and 1.
 +
 +====== TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER. [39] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s148}}Warmly wrapped: facial neuralgia amel.\\ {{anchor:​s149}}Hot bricks: do not amel. cold feet.
 +
 +====== FEVER. [40] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s151}}Measles with bronchitis; delirium, wants to go home; expectoration only during night; on falling asleep, begins to talk, scold, turn, twist and screams; on being aroused, perfectly rational; tongue and mouth red.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s152}}Spotted fever with clonic spasms.</​span>​
 +
 +====== ATTACKS, PERIODICITY. [41] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s154}}Sudden:​ attacks of vomiting; disappearance of eruptions.\\ {{anchor:​s155}}At times: dull pain from hip to knee; risus sardonicus.\\ {{anchor:​s156}}Lasting several minutes: cough and violent pulsation of heart.\\ {{anchor:​s157}}Frequent:​ vomiting; violent cough; attacks of angina pectoris; change of posture.\\ {{anchor:​s158}}Paroxysm:​ of cough.\\ {{anchor:​s159}}Periodic:​ contraction of fingers and toes; chorea.\\ {{anchor:​s160}}Distinct intervals: agonizing headache.\\ {{anchor:​s161}}Every ten days: attack of vomiting.
 +
 +====== LOCALITY AND DIRECTION. [42] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s163}}Left:​ paralysis of nervus abducentis; numbness and lameness of hand; dragging of foot in walking; numbness and lameness of sole of foot.\\ {{anchor:​s164}}Right:​ neuralgia behind ear.
 +
 +====== SENSATIONS. [43] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s166}}Pain:​ in upper and lower extremities;​ in eyes.\\ {{anchor:​s167}}Agonizing:​ headache.\\ {{anchor:​s168}}Lancinating pains: in forehead; in top of head; in temples; in occiput.\\ {{anchor:​s169}}Tearing pain: in head.\\ {{anchor:​s170}}Violent pain: in bowels; in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s171}}Griping:​ in stomach; in bowels.\\ {{anchor:​s172}}Colicky pains: in stomach; in bowels.\\ {{anchor:​s173}}Cramps:​ in stomach; in bowels; in muscles of legs; of extremities;​ in calves.\\ {{anchor:​s174}}Spasms:​ clonic, of muscles of legs.\\ {{anchor:​s175}}Neuralgia:​ behind right ear; in cheekbone; in upper jaw.\\ {{anchor:​s176}}Constricting pain: in abdomen.\\ {{anchor:​s177}}Contraction:​ painful spasmodic of fingers; of fingers and toes.\\ {{anchor:​s178}}Burning pain: in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s179}}Deathly feeling: behind ensiform cartilage.\\ {{anchor:​s180}}Dull pain: from hip to knee.\\ {{anchor:​s181}}Soreness:​ in eyes.\\ {{anchor:​s182}}Distressing feeling of constriction:​ in esophagus; across chest in direction of diaphragm.\\ {{anchor:​s183}}Drawing:​ in limbs.\\ {{anchor:​s184}}Tension:​ in limbs.\\ {{anchor:​s185}}Jerks:​ in limbs.\\ {{anchor:​s186}}Pressure:​ in stomach.\\ {{anchor:​s187}}Numbness:​ of left hand; of fingers; of sole of left foot; extending to knee.\\ {{anchor:​s188}}Lameness:​ of left hand; of sole of left foot; extending to knee.\\ {{anchor:​s189}}Heaviness:​ of head.\\ {{anchor:​s190}}Tingling:​ in fingers.\\ {{anchor:​s191}}Creeping sensation: between shoulders; at back of neck.\\ {{anchor:​s192}}Coldness:​ of extremities;​ of head.
 +
 +====== TOUCH. PASSIVE MOTION. INJURIES. [45] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s196}}Pressure:​ slightest, headache agg.; pain in face amel.\\ {{anchor:​s197}}After riding in railroad car: sudden indistinct and double vision.
 +
 +====== SKIN. [46] ======
 +
 +<span grade3>​{{anchor:​s199}}Surface of body cyanotic in a high degree.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s200}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s201}}Acute exanthemata when checked in stage of eruption, or suddenly disappear in stage of florescence;​ pulse quick, small, weak, irregular; temperature of skin greatly reduced; skin chilly and covered with perspiration;​ affections of nervous system present, as convulsive movements of various parts of body, distortion of eyes, face, mouth, head, etc.; spasmodic affections of chest; sometimes eclampsia; great restlessness,​ frequent change of posture, sopor, or delirium.</​span>​\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s202}}Scarlatina,​ miliary rash, measles, smallpox, purpura, erysipelas of face, disappear suddenly and are followed by symptoms threatening paralysis of brain.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s203}}Leprous eruption, consisting of spots, without itching.\\ <span grade3>​{{anchor:​s204}}Inelastic cold skin.</​span>​ <span grade2>​{{anchor:​s205}}~</​span>​ <span grade3>​Cholera.</​span>​
 +
 +====== STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION. [47] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s207}}Carbo-nitrogenoid constitution.\\ {{anchor:​s208}}Child,​ aet. 22 months; whooping cough.\\ {{anchor:​s209}}Girl,​ aet. 3 1/2 years; irritation of brain.\\ {{anchor:​s210}}Boy,​ aet. 9 years; scarlatina.\\ {{anchor:​s211}}Girl,​ aet. 479, robust; cholera.\\ {{anchor:​s212}}Girl,​ aet. 23; mania.\\ {{anchor:​s213}}Man,​ aet. 29; paralysis of nervus abducentis.\\ {{anchor:​s214}}A young soldier in Louisiana; cholera.\\ {{anchor:​s215}}Woman,​ aet. 30, married, no children; diarrhea after suppression of eczema.\\ {{anchor:​s216}}Woman,​ aet. 32, a year ago had intermittent fever, for which she took quinine, after this chlorosis, for which she took iron; facial neuralgia.\\ {{anchor:​s217}}Man,​ aet. 40; paralysis of left leg.\\ {{anchor:​s218}}Man,​ aet. 50, suffering from renal troubles; uremic vomiting.\\ {{anchor:​s219}}Man,​ aet. 60; hallucinations.\\ {{anchor:​s220}}Ann H., aet. 63; angina pectoris.\\ {{anchor:​s221}}Man,​ aet. 64; obstinate vomiting.\\ {{anchor:​s222}}Case of spotted fever, with clonic spasms.
 +
 +====== RELATIONS. [48] ======
 +
 +{{anchor:​s224}}Antidoted by: sugar, or white of egg mixed with milk, given freely. {{anchor:​s225}}Dynamic antidotes: <span grade3>​Bellad.</​span>,​ <span grade2>​Cinchon.,​ Conium, Cicuta, Dulcam.</​span>,​ <span grade4>​Hepar</​span>,​ <span grade2>​Ipec.,​ Mercur.</​span>,​ <span grade3>​Nux vom.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s226}}Compatible:​ after <span grade2>​Act. rac., Agaric., Stramon.</​span>,​ in choreic affections.\\ {{anchor:​s227}}Complementary:​ <span grade2>​Calc. ostr.</​span>​\\ {{anchor:​s228}}Compare:​ metallic copper and other salts; <span grade2>​Calc. ostr., Gelsem.</​span>​ (overworked brain); <span grade2>​Cicuta</​span>,​ and <span grade2>​Solanaceae</​span>​ (mental symptoms); <span grade2>​Bellad.</​span>​ (inflammation of brain); <span grade2>​Silic.</​span>​ (pains about head better from wrapping up warmly); <span grade2>​Nux vom., Phosphor.</​span>​ (vomiting, diarrhea); <span grade2>​Coloc.</​span>​ (colic); <span grade2>​Camphor.,​ Secale, Veratr.</​span>​ (cholera, cramps); <span grade2>​Ant. tart., Arnic., Bryon., Cina, Ipec.</​span>​ (whooping cough); <span grade2>​Apis,​ Zincum</​span>​ (hydrocephalus,​ or convulsions from suppressed exanthems); <span grade2>​Plumbum</​span>​ (paralysis);​ <span grade2>​Cina</​span>​ (chorea); <span grade2>​Pulsat.</​span>​ (malarial neuralgia, after Quinine and Iron); <span grade2>​Arsen.</​span>​ (suppression of urine, uraemia).
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 +
 +====== DOCUMENT DESCRIPTOR ======
 +^ Source: | [[en:​mm:​hering:​start|The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica]] Vol. 05, 1887 |
 +^ Description:​ | Clinical materia medica of [[en:​rem:​r332|Cuprum aceticum]] |
 +^ Remedies: | [[en:​rem:​r332|Cuprum aceticum]] |
 +^ Author: | Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C. |
 +^ Year: | 1887 |
 +^ Editing: | errors only; interlinks; formatting |
 +^ Attribution:​ | Legatum Homeopathicum |}
  
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