Provings by Bute, Archiv fr Hom., vol. 15, p. 179; Kunze, N. Zeit. fr Klinik, vol. 12, p. 155; Burt, Am. Hom. Rev., vol. 5, p. 23; Oehme, N. E. Med. Gaz., vol. 1, p. 121; Butman, N. E. Med. Gaz., vol. 4, p. 200; McGeorge, H. M., vol. 7, p. 315.
- Sore mouth, Burt, A. H. O., vol. 2, p. 66; Ulceration of cervical glands, Thomas, B. J. H., vol. 14, p. 350; Swelling on wrist, Thomas, B. J. H., vol. 14, p. 349; Chronic rheumatism, Thomas, B. J. H., vol. 16, p. 329; Use in suppuration, etc., Thomas, B. J. H., vol. 14, p. 350; Erythema nodosum, Oehme, N. E. M. G., vol. 1, p. 152; Pfander, A. H. Z., vol. 108, p. 36; Impetigo, Oehme, N. E. M. G., vol. 1, p. 151; Erysipelas, Small, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 240, from U. S. M. and S. Jour., vol. 7, p. 156; Rhus poisoning (2 cases), McGeorge, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 322.
Nose and right side of face much swollen, especially under right eye.
Face hot, itching and burning in different parts of face, especially left cheek.
Vesicular eruption about face and hands accompanied by much swelling and an intolerable itching and burning. ~ Erysipelas.
Scalded feeling of tongue, salty, flat, rough taste.
Centre and base of tongue coated white, sides very red.
Vesicles on under side of tongue, with a scalded feeling.
Tongue red on tip, or red and cracked in middle.
Distress in root of tongue and fauces.
Mucous membrane of mouth very red.
Sore mouth; intense redness of mucous membrane of tongue, cheeks and fauces, with appearance of small vesicular points, accompanied by intense burning, as if mouth and throat had been scalded; this condition, if allowed to go on, seemed to extend wherever there was mucous membrane, even to rectum and vagina; several such attacks every year.
Abdomen bloated and exceedingly painful to least pressure.
Constant rumbling and griping in bowels.
Constant dull pains in umbilicus, with rumbling in bowels, followed by a soft diarrheic stool.
Pains agg. before stool, but an evacuation does not stop the pain.
Pains in umbilicus with dry, lumpy, dark-colored stools.
Intolerable itching and burning of anus; neuralgic pains in anus.
Pains in bowels agg. in morning.
Stool almost white, thin, papescent Large watery stool, passed with great force and attended with violent colicky pains, at 4 A. M.; during next two hours had three more profuse stools of this character.
Paralytic drawing in right arm, especially in wrist, extending to tips of fingers.
Synovial swelling on wrist joint, of nine months' growth, large as a walnut, dark-colored, so as to look like a suppurating tumor; on holding to light it appeared translucent; not much pain.
Paralyzed and bruised sensation in legs.
Paralytic drawing, with pains in bones of left leg.
Great weakness of knees and ankles; they ache constantly.
Chronic rheumatism; pain centred in heel; is lame, walks with two sticks; great pain on first putting foot down to stand upon it; shooting pain in bone and sore pain in ball of foot; foot edematous.
Intense itching periodically; returning every hour or two.
For more than two weeks: harsh, dry cough.
For nine months: a synovial swelling on wrist joint.
Every year: several attacks of sore mouth, burning of mucous membrane.
As if mouth and throat had been scalded.
Pain: in bowels; in larynx; in bones of left leg; in ankles, wrists and elbows.
Violent stitches: through chest.
Shooting pains: in bone of foot.
Neuralgic pains: of anus.
Rheumatic pains: between shoulders; in heel.
Drawing pains: in upper and lower jaw.
Griping: of bowels.
Colicky pains: in bowels.
Dull, aching pains: in eyeballs.
Dull, heavy pain: in forehead.
Dull pains: in umbilicus.
Aching: in knees and ankles.
Paralytic drawing: in right arm; in left leg.
Distress: in root of tongue and fauces.
Sore pain: in ball of foot.
Burning: in face; of mouth and throat; of anus; in urethra.
Bruised sensation: in legs.
Scalded feeling: of tongue.
Heaviness: of head.
Great weakness: of knees and ankles.
Trembling: of limbs.
Dryness: of larynx.
Itching: in face; of anus; under and about vesicles on forearms and hands of Rhus poisoning.
Affects all parts of the body where bones are directly covered with the cutis and nothing more; back of fingers, forehead, etc.
Phagedenic ulcers of legs and arms, syphilitic or scrofulous, having a dark red blush.
Ulcerations of lymphatic glands; lymphatic abscesses.
A fine white rash keeps under the skin.
Erythema nodosum: on right leg below knee, seven such spots; on left three, all in different stages, the largest one over two inches in diameter.
Erythema nodosum during an invasion of an attack of typhoid fever; pain in ankles, wrists and elbows, followed by an eruption of red patches, these also soon appear on anterior surface of thighs and forearms; these spots are painful to touch, new ones are constantly forming, some of which are bluish.
On forearms and hands, especially on right side, little vesicles formed, the contents of which soon changed to pus, but as itching was very violent, they were almost always destroyed by scratching, before the transformation into pus was complete; these efflorescences were soon covered with thin, brownish, cracked, firmly adhering scabs, and increased in circumference; the largest was about six lines in diameter; under the scab is a sore, even with the skin and covered with a thin layer of pus; violent itching under and about the vesicles. ~ Impetigo.
Rhus tox. poisoning: eruption on face, hands, genitals and thighs; red and rough; scabs at corners of mouth; intolerable itching.
Ulcers, cuts and other lesions of skin surrounded by a miliary, whitish rash.
Girl, aet. 5, during invasion of typhoid fever; erythema nodosum.
Boy, aet. 13; Rhus tox. poisoning.
Boy, aet. 16, suffering two years; ulceration of cervical glands.
Lady, aet. 22, suffering several weeks; impetigo.
Man, aet. 30, fifteen months ago had rheumatism in shoulders and arms, pain disappeared from these parts and became fixed in heel; chronic rheumatism.
Lady, aet. 38; lymphatic temperament; erysipelas.
Man, aet. 40; Rhus rad. poisoning.