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Burning, nausea and waterbrash.
After a moderate meal, aching and pressure in stomach, as if a hard body lay there, agg. from touch and pressure, extending to both sides under false ribs.
Burning pressure under ensiform cartilage, frequent itching, abundant salivation.
Burning pressure in cardiac region, with frequent inodorous, tasteless belching.
Abdomen and epigastrium sensitive to pressure.
After a scanty breakfast, weight and distension of abdomen, with tenderness on respiration and touch.
All day fullness and tension in abdomen, with qualmishness and an occasional pain in stomach and epigastrium.
Fullness and tension in abdomen, with qualmishness and occasional pain in stomach and epigastrium.
Dark blackish-green, not copious stool, of normal consistency.
A small, friable, hard, dark-green stool in evening.
A dark green stool, of which one-half is normal in consistency, and the other pappy, after 8 A. M.
Scanty, pappy, dirty brown stool, with much undigested food.
Copious pappy stools of dirty, grey yellow color.
Copious, half hard, half soft, pappy stool, preceded by urging desire; first part dark brown, second part yellow, with many worms and covered with dark-red blood.
A dark, blackish green, not copious stool, of normal consistency.
Copious, half hard, half pappy stool, preceded by urging; first part dark brown, later dark yellow, with many worms and covered with dark red blood.
Stitching in anus while sitting, so severe he nearly screamed out.
In evening small, blackish stool covered with mucus, followed by pricking and burning in anus.