- Hoarseness, Neidhard, Raue's Rec., 1874, p. 113; from U. S. M. and S. J., vol. 8, p. 146; Aching in joints and fluttering in sacrum, Neidhard, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 33, from U. S. M. and S. J., vol. 8, p. 4; Rheumatism, Brefeld, B. J. H., vol. 6, p. 438; Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Bennett, B. J. H., vol. 6, p. 438; Scrofula, Madden, B. J. H., vol. 6, p. 439.
Dull aching pain in forehead.
Aching pain about inner part of right eyebrow, as if in periosteum.
Bursting headache after coughing, as if head would split open.
Pain from occiput to forehead, with nausea.
Violent cough, with retching night and day.
Laughing excites fits of coughing.
Cough: on raising arm, with stitches; agg. from drafts of air; agg. on lying down at night; loose all day; agg. on lying down, preventing her from sleeping; severe, following exposure to cold, damp weather, at times yellowish expectoration, at others cough dry, hacking; long-continued, with emaciation, loss of strength and appetite, finally excessive weakness, with expectoration of heavy, bloody mucus.
Expectoration: yellow or yellowish-green.
Weakness in chest and back; more in left.
Soreness: all over chest or in centre of chest, with barking cough and aching between shoulders; in chest through shoulders, agg. right side; in chest and stomach, with cough.
Sore, dull pain in chest when in motion or riding on horseback.
Burning heat in left chest through to back, with cough.
Pain in upper part of chest when coughing.
Pain through lower part of chest, passing through to back.
Haemoptysis: with hawking of phlegm in morning; flying pains all across chest; caused by a fall.
Pneumonia of upper lobes of both lungs.
Phthisis pulmonalis: soreness in chest and stomach, with hard coughing spells in morning; loss of appetite and strength; expectoration of yellow mucus or bloody sputa; affection of glands, bones or cutaneous troubles; when tubercles have not yet softened or even when they are in first stage of softening; vomica with perfect pectoriloquy under right clavicle; excavation in apex of right lung; scrofulous diathesis.
Soreness from back to chest.
Pain through back.
Sharp, heavy, aching pain in lower spine.
Spinal irritation; sore to touch.
Sense of fluttering, like movements of a watch, commencing in region of sacrum and gradually rising to occiput.
Often placed her hand on sacrum, as if to support it, and complained of pain in neighborhood of sacro-iliac synchondrosis; her walk became gradually more and more difficult.
Rheumatic pains in sacrum.
Chronic lumbago of several years standing, with difficulty in walking; cachexia with edema.
Hip joint disease; more valuable when disease originated in bone itself than in synovial membrane.
Sciatica, with atrophy of affected limb.
White swelling of knees; scrofulous hip disease.
Chronic arthritis of ankle joint.
Rheumatic pain in left foot.
Fistulae and abscesses around joints.
Lying down: oppressed feeling; cough agg.
Stooping: bleeding of nose.
Motion: stitch in right side; sore pain in chest.
Raising arm: coughing.
Walking: becomes more and more difficult; pain in sacro-iliac synchondrosis; chronic lumbago.
Morning: haemoptysis, with hawking of phlegm; hard coughing spells.
All day: cough loose; cold perspiration.
Evening: slight hoarseness.
Day and night: violent cough, with retching.
Night: cough agg.; fever; exacerbations destroyed all repose.
Constantly chilly, feeling as if she was continually taking cold.
Chills from occiput down to back.
Heat in palms of hands every night.
Hectic fever, with nocturnal aggravations.
Cold perspiration all day.
Right: pain about inner eyebrow; aching pain in eye; abscess in ear; stitch in side; heavy pain in side; numbness in arm; soreness in shoulder; vomica, with perfect pectoriloquy under clavicle; excavation in apex of lung.
Left: marked deafness; weakness agg. in side of back; burning heat in chest; rheumatic pain in foot.
As if out of her mind; as if head would split open; as if right arm were dead; as if she were continually taking cold.
Pain: from occiput to forehead; in upper part of chest; through lower part of chest to back; through back; in neighborhood of sacro-iliac synchondrosis.
Bursting pain: in head.
Flying pains: all across chest.
Stitch: in right side.
Aching pain: in forehead; about inner part of right eyebrow; in right eye; between shoulders; sharp; heavy, in lower spine; in elbow and knee joints.
Rheumatic pains: in sacrum; in shoulders; in left foot.
Sore dull pain: in chest; in elbow and knee joint.
Erratic pains: in joints.
Heavy pain: in right side.
Soreness: of both ovaries; all over chest; in centre of chest; in chest through shoulders; in stomach; from back to chest.
Burning heat: in left chest through to back.
Heat: in palms.
Rawness: of chest.
Sense of fluttering, like movements of watch: in region of sacrum, rising to occiput.
Oppressed feeling: when lying down.
Numbness: in right arm.
Itching: of skin.
Weakness, emaciation and anemia; defective nutrition, especially in children.
Nervous affections, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, in emaciated, pale, anemic persons, with deficiency of animal heat.
Atrophy of infants; emaciation, with hot hands and head; constant tendency to catarrhs; bones affected; rachitis; fever at night, with sweat, mostly on head, neck and hands; cannot take milk; vivid dreams, restless and feverish at night.
Contraction of muscles; musculo-fibrous rheumatism.
Rheumatism, produced by protracted residence in damp and cold localities; affection confined to joints; gradual exhaustion of strength and impairment of nutrition.
Rheumatism of long standing; patient confined to bed or room, and only in warm summer months experienced a slight alleviation of her sufferings; nearly whole body was attacked, but principally inferior extremities, sacrum, back and shoulders; walking was entirely prevented by the insupportable pains, stiffness and swelling of joints; a kind of hectic fever and constant nightly exacerbations destroyed all repose; patient was wasted, of a bleachy whiteness, of a cachetic appearance and habit, and had lost all hope of relief.
Chronic gout and rheumatism of elderly persons, with rigidity of muscles and tendons, joint nearly inflexible.
Erratic pains in joints, with edema.
Scrofulosis: diseases of joints; in pale, thin cachectic subjects.
Rachitis; malacosteon, affecting female pelvis; caries and strumous osteitis.
Caries: especially attacking epiphises of long bones; in which there is a fistulous ulcer with raised edges, bleeding and discharging a flocculent pus of a nauseating smell.
Softening of bones in adults.
Scrofulous abscesses and ulceration of glands, or when indolent ulcer with excoriated edges remains, or one extending under skin and beneath muscles.
Strumous diathesis; slender, lean figure; thin, transparent skin; frequent pulse; great excitability of nervous system; urine of high specific gravity.
Boy, aet. 12; scrofula.
Mrs. F., aet. 30; cough.
Lady, aet. 30; constant chilliness.
Mrs. M., aet. 30, formerly of strong robust constitution; rheumatism.
Mrs. O., aet. 36; cough.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 08, 1889|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Oleum jecoris aselli|
|Remedies:||Oleum jecoris aselli|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|