- Croup, Searle, Elliott, A. H. O., vol. 8, p. 128; Lilienthal, Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 80; Searle, Elliott, Parker, Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 106; Landesmann, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 171; Boyce, Times Retros., vol. 3, p. 29.
Membrane covering both sides of throat. ~ Diphtheria.
Fever, headache in forehead, with flushed face and sore throat; right tonsil and arch of velum covered with heavy, yellowish white membrane; breath fetid; great prostration. ~ Diphtheria. (In alternation with Bellad.).
Husky voice, metallic, rasping breathing and suffocative cough.
Croupous inflammation in lower part of larynx or in upper part of trachea.
Awoke from sleep with croupy cough; voice husky, later sunk to whisper; sawing sound during both expiration and inspiration; high fever. ~ Croup.
Voice a little husky; during night very feverish; next day skin felt dry; wanted to be carried about; appetite diminished; very little cough; on auscultation, metallic, rasping sound increasing toward evening; suffocating spells. ~ Croup.
Croup, with labored, sawing respiration, after failure of Acon., Hepar, Spongia, Bromium, Phosphor, and Iodium.
Croup, after failure of Spongia.