- Entero-colitis, N. A. J. H., vol. 3, p. 259; Diarrhea, Shipman, Blaikie, Hale's Therap., p. 446; (3 cases), Pitet, N. A. J. H., vol. 3, pp. 258-9; Diarrhea during typhoid, Lilienthal, Hom. Cl., vol. 3, p. 118; Diarrhea and psoriasis, Lilienthal, Hom. Cl., vol. 3, p. 118; Cholerine, Lilienthal, Hom. Cl., vol. 3, p. 118; Digestive disturbances and weakness of sexual organs, Pilet, N. A. J. H., vol. 3, p. 259; Seminal emissions (2 cases), Pitet, N. A. J. H., vol. 3, p. 257; Rhus tox poisoning (locally), Sawtelle, N. E. M. G., vol. 11, p. 198.
Tongue white; mouth pasty; painful sensation of weariness in stomach; digestion slow; wind colic, principally early in morning, with liquid or sour-smelling stools; for several years virile function had been badly performed; frequent pollutions during sleep; constant itching of scrotum and perineum; small desire for coitus; infrequent and feeble erections; general weariness; agg. on day succeeding sexual connection.
Appetite good, at times excessive; frequent regurgitation of an acrid and corrosive taste; digestion slow; colic and rumbling every night and waked several times from 5 to 7 A. M. to go to stool, which was liquid or soft, yellowish, and either sourish or fetid; agg. from least excess of any kind; sleep agitated; heat in palms; frequent pulse; at times dull pains in left renal region, which was sensitive to touch. ~ Entero-colitis.
Stools: liquid, yellow, fetid.
Diarrhea, obliging him to get up several times towards 5 or 6 A. M.; burning at anus; general depression; no colic.
Early morning stool, weakness of limbs, general exhaustion.
Morning diarrhea with colic; between 4 and 6 A. M., two or three stools and generally one in evening.
Stool liquid, light yellow; call urgent, every morning at six, followed by two or three more passages in a few hours and no more till next morning. ~ Diarrhea.
Soft stools preceded by colic.
Diarrhea: painless in morning; with exhaustion; during typhoid.
Entero-colitis, with severe colicky pains in rectum and characteristic stools; psoriasis, on different parts of body, with great itching.
Cholerine since a week; stools cause great exhaustion, patient being in last stage of marasmus.
Pricking pains in rectum as from needles.
Entire absence of erections and sexual desire; voluptuous ideas which fill imagination do not cause erections.
Complete absence of sexual desire; penis retracted; scrotum relaxed.
Weakening nocturnal emissions while convalescing from typhoid.
Involuntary seminal losses during sleep, at stool, and when urinating, with complete absence of erections; inability to perform generative act; general weakness; digestion impaired; pale and languid.
Between 4 and 6 A. M.: two or three stools.
From 5 to 7 A. M.: wakes several times to go to stool.
Morning: wind colic; stool and colic; painless diarrhea.
Evening: one stool; weakness in limbs agg.; itching agg.
On different parts of body red blotches, tolerably regular in outline, ovoid or circular, prominent and covered with little silvery white scales; violent itching, agg. in evening; as eruption disappeared scales ceased to be reproduced, and skin at place of each blotch became pale red or yellowish.
Rhus tox poisoning; relieved pain and swelling and hastened recovery.
Psoriasis; pityriasis capitis.
Man, aet. 21, professor of literature; suffering 8 days; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 28, suffering three months; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 33, jeweler, suffering a fortnight; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 37, wood-carver, sick 3 months; digestive troubles, weakness of sexual organs.
Man, aet. 43, addicted to excesses of table and venery, has domestic trouble, has taken much old school and quack medicine, suffering 3 years; entero-colitis.
Miss B., aet. 54, suffering several weeks; diarrhea and psoriasis.
Man, aet. 71, suffering a week; cholerine.
Man, suffering for nine years; seminal emissions.