- Ulceration of cornea, Norton, Oph. Therap.; Phlyctenular conjunctivitis, Newton, Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 68; Otorrhea, Lobethal, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 369; Catarrhal inflammation of middle ear (93 cases), Houghton, Times Retros., vol. 1, p. 24; Angina tonsillaris, Hendricks, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 243; Gastromalacia (3 cases), Bicking, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 607; Diarrhea, Hofrichter, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 421; Kafka, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 422; Constipation, Gerson, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 395; Prostatitis, Gerson, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 545; Condylomata, Syphilis, Battman, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 562.
Girl, aet. 6, light complexion, pale skin, muscles soft and flabby, glands enlarged, general strumous diathesis; a very deep ulcer on left cornea, so nearly perforated that membrane of Descemet has begun to bulge; small ulcers and pustules on border of cornea; pustules and maculae on right cornea; considerable redness and photophobia. ~ Strumous ophthalmia.
Irido-choroiditis, especially if dependent upon scrofulous diathesis and general cachexia.
Inflammations occurring in pale, flabby, scrofulous subjects.
Ciliary blepharitis associated with phlyctenular ophthalmia, and accompanied by eruption on face, soreness of nose and swelling of upper lip.
Catarrhal inflammation of middle ear.
Eustachian tube and mucous membrane of pharynx affected. ~ Otitis media.
Closure of Eustachian tube; deafness of advancing years.
Catarrhal otorrhea occurring in scrofulous children, or accompanying scrofulous inflammation of eyes, occasionally hearing is affected.
Inflammation of lips and tongue.
Whole mouth filled with ulcers.
Whole inside of mouth, tongue and all had a very black appearance, emitting a constant flow of dark, putrid saliva, of intolerable fetor.
Bloated, hot, painful abdomen, particularly in region of stomach; frequent vomiting, vomited matter smelling very sour; milk rejected almost immediately, accompanied by much slime; every day about twelve passages of greyish green, stringy, chopped masses; constant restlessness; crosses legs and draws them towards abdomen; peculiar whimpering; irregular febrile attacks; emaciation; greyish color of face, which appears long and has an old look; distortion of mouth; dullness of eyes. ~ Gastromalacia.
Stools: watery, greenish; black, with great epigastric oppression, sinking, etc.
Diarrhea of children; stools grass green, coppery green, like chopped eggs, watery, very profuse, excoriating, causing soreness of anus; abdomen bloated; liver enlarged; skin pale; face bloated; mucous membrane of mouth pale; aphthae; foul smell from mouth; ptyalism; glands of neck and submaxillary and inguinal glands swollen; fever and thirst.
Symptoms thoroughly dysenteric.
Constant disposition to stool; small discharges consisting of mucus and blood, colored with bile.
Burning pain in rectum.
Acute inflammation of prostate gland, particularly after maltreated gonorrheal stricture; both lobes enormously swollen, almost occluding rectum, with intolerably painful urinary symptoms; severe burning, pressing pains; scanty urine.
Ill defined gastric disturbances during second stage; painful sensibility of whole abdomen; watery stools, colorless, or as if mixed with flocculent matter, or like washings of flesh, occurring most often at night. ~ Typhoid fever.
Eruption over whole body of round copper colored spots, in centre of which are dry papules, around which, from centre to periphery, skin exfoliates; broad, moist condylomata around anus, with severe burning and itching. ~ Syphilis.
Child, aet. 3 mos.; diarrhea.
Three children aet. 1/2-1 1/2 years; gastromalacia.
Girl, aet. 6, light complexion, pale skin, muscles soft and flabby, glands enlarged and general strumous diathesis; ulceration of cornea.
XX, aet. 15; scrofulous diathesis, suffers frequently from sore eyes; phlyctenular conjunctivitis.
Girl, aet. 19, fat, strong; condylomata.