- Laryngitis, Hale, A. H. O., vol. 7, p. 537; Bone pains, Martin, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1870, p. 78; Secondary syphilis, McMechan, Hale, A. H. O., vol. 7, p. 31; Martin, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 126; Scrofulosis, Hale, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 445.
Persistent dull headache in vertex.
Dull heavy pain in right side of head.
In frontal region a feeling as of a heavy substance pressing upon brain, becomes sharp and darting, almost unendurable.
Pains in head, with inflamed and watery eyes, and general soreness of muscles.
Bone swellings on head and forehead, on latter as large as a hen's egg.
Mercurial periostitis of skull. ~ Syphilis.
Catarrhal discharge from nose, at first watery, then muco-purulent, with soreness of mucous membrane, followed by a small abscess on inside of right nostril.
Inflammation and necrosis of bones of nose.
Sharp pains in penis.
Violent smarting burning pains throughout entire length of urethra; difficult micturition.
While urinating has a sharp pain in glans penis, extending up urethra.
Pains in urethra so severe as to cause perspiration.
Urethral irritation and chordee.
Syphilis; primary, secondary and mercurial.
Laryngitis, especially if syphilitic, with hoarseness and dry spasmodic cough, or it may be loose.
Hoarseness and chronic laryngeal affections of public speakers.
Slight uneasiness and tickling in trachea and bronchi, agg. on rising in morning.
Tickling sensation in trachea toward evening, which caused a dry, spasmodic cough.
Dryness and soreness in region of larynx.
After exerting her voice unusually and catching cold, tickling in larynx, with loose cough; sensation of lameness in cartilages of larynx and trachea; constriction in region of larynx; bruised sore feeling in cartilages of larynx.
Bronchial troubles, asthma, whooping cough, etc.
Pulse weak and irregular.
Boring pains about region of heart, with irregular pulse and a feeling of distress.
Pulse about 90; weak and very irregular, except at times during day, when he has spells as if room were too warm, and pulse becomes regular, with general perspiration.
Aching pain in right leg.
Pains in left lower anterior third of leg.
Burning itching of legs.
Enlargement of tibia to such a degree as to deprive child of all power of motion; limbs contracted and swollen.
Ulcers on legs, venereal, chronic and indolent.
Periostitis and nodes of tibia.
Syphilitic and gonorrheal sciatica; left-sided complaints.
Morning: after burning vesicular eruption, tongue slightly coated; slight tickling in trachea and bronchi agg. on rising.
During day: pulse 90, except at times when room seems too warm, then normal.
All day: drowsiness.
At 1 P. M.: fever; gets into heavy sleep.
Toward evening: tickling sensation in trachea; excessively dry spasmodic cough.
Evening: burning in left ear; pain in elbow and leg; feverish heat.
At night: excessive warmth.
Right: heavy pain in side of head; abscess on inside of nostril; aching in leg; pain in elbow and leg.
Left: burning in ear; slight inflammation of tonsil; pain in lower anterior third of leg; syphilitic complaints.
As of a heavy substance pressing upon brain; tongue as if scalded; as if room were too warm.
Pains: in head; under malar bone; in urethra; in lower anterior third of leg; in right elbow and leg.
Sharp pain: in penis; in glans penis.
Sharp darting: in frontal region in face; in thorax; through chest and shoulders.
Sharp shooting pains: in both arms.
Violent burning pain: along urethra.
Boring pains: about region of heart.
Throbbing: in head.
Aching pain: in right leg; in long bones.
Dull pain: in vertex; in right side of head; in region of kidneys.
Burning: in left ear; in throat.
Burning itching: of legs.
Stinging: in face; of fauces.
Smarting: of fauces; along urethra.
Soreness: of muscles; of mucous membrane; in region of larynx; in elbow and leg.
Rawness: of fauces.
Constriction: of throat; in region of larynx.
Lameness; in cartilages of larynx and trachea.
Tickling: in trachea and bronchi.
Dryness: of fauces; in region of larynx.
Secondary syphilis; eruptions, bone affections; great depression of spirits; sciatica; patient is broken down, mercury cannot be used, iodide of potassium is useless.
Chronic periosteal rheumatism.
Distressing aching pains in long bones, with nodes. ~ Secondary syphilis.
Malaise, drowsiness, and feeling of distress.
Enlarged cervical glands; moist, brownish, excoriating eruption on scalp; muco-purulent discharge from nose, with excoriations of upper lip and alae nasi; dull, pasty complexion; capricious and unnatural appetites; tumid and enlarged abdomen; white, pasty stools, very fetid; dull, red, tubercular (or syphilitic) eruption on skin, ulcerating, and discharging a large quantity of unhealthy pus; tendency to laryngeal cough. ~ Scrofulosis of children.
Pustular eruption on arm.
Ulcers, with unhealthy skin.
Scrofulous, Venereal, and other skin diseases.
Chronic eruptions on hands and fingers.
Excessive itching of legs below knees, continuing six or eight weeks, but no eruption; this itching occurred only on exposure of parts to atmosphere or cold, amel. by warmth and in bed.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 10, 1891|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Stillingia sylvatica|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|