Introduced by Hahnemann, proved by himself, Fr. Hahnemann, Nenning, Wahle, Walther, Chronische Krankh., vol. 4, p. 27; Gross, Archiv, vol. 19; Helbig, Heraclides, p. 64; Knorre, A. H. Z., vol. 6, p. 37; Molin, Archiv. de la Md. Hom., vol. 3, 1835, p. 377; Wurmb, Zeit. des Ver. Hom. Aertze Oestr., vol. 1, 1857; Robinson, Brit. Jour. of Hom., vol. 25, 1867, p. 388; Berridge, N. Am. Jour. of Hom., N. S., vol. 3, 1873, p. 499, and Am. Jour. of Hom. Mat. Med., vol. 9, 1876, p. 257; also symptoms by Macfarlan and Swan.
- Melancholia, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 51; Dulac, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 129; Med. Inv., vol. 9, p. 145; Dutton, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 380; Melancholia and epilepsy, Fincke, Org., vol. 2, p. 396; Hypochondriasis, Emmerich, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 594; Mental disorder, Hoopes, Hah. Mo., vol. 12, p. 471; Religious insanity, Kershaw, Org., vol. 3, p. 367; Mania, Morgan, H. W., vol. 12, p. 70; Crying spells, McNeil, Org., vol. 1, p. 481; Headache, Hah., Hrg., Black, Schelling, Hartl., Bernstein, Hirsch, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 208; Hg., A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 114; Wakeman, Med. Adv., vol. 21, p. 118; Cooper, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 683; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 12, p. 613; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 163; Neuralgic headache, Lowder, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 690; Sick-headache, Blake, B. J. H., vol. 30, p. 172; Chronic headache, Skinner, Med. Adv., May, 1890, p. 278; Syphilitic headache, Thayer, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 146; Affection of brain, Nankivell, H. W., vol. 8, p. 57; Meningitis, Weber, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 130; Hydrocephalus, Wahle, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 138; Williams, N. E. M. G., vol. 8, p. 407; Sanguineous occipital tumor, Farrington, H. M., vol. 7, p. 273; Eczema of scalp (3 cases), Frye, Hah. Mo., vol. 12, p. 226; Eczema impetiginoides of scalp, Richards, H. W., vol. 7, p. 261; Impairment of vision, Skinner, Org., vol. 3, p. 50; Blindness of left eye, Emmerich, A. H. Z., vol. 89, p. 118; Amaurosis, Diez, Bethmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, pp. 345, 346; Stens, A. H. Z., vol. 79, p. 133; Asthenopia, Bell, H. M., vol. 6, p. 289; Weakness of right eye, Dixon, Hom. Rev., vol. 18, p. 564; Subretinal tumor, Allen, N. Y. S. Trans., 1871, p. 312; Incipient sclerotitis, Fanning, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 22; Cortical cataract, Ostrom, Org., vol. 3, p. 207; Cataract, Kirsch, A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 45; Keratitis, Norton, N. Y. S. Trans., 1873-4, p. 432; Wound of cornea, Ussher, H. W., vol. 9, p. 271; Opacity of cornea, Baker, H. M., vol. 8, p. 197; Pterygium (Sulph. and Calc. ostr.), Miller, H. M., vol. 7, p. 402; Hypopion, Hills, N. A. J. H., vol. 21, p. 104; Allen, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 86; Conjunctivitis, Cowperthwait, M. I., 1875; Ophthalmia, Segin, Heichelheim, Ng., Rupprich, Stapf, Hartlaub, Schnieber, Tietze, Fielitz, Knorre, Griesselich, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 243-94, 303; Ophthalmia, catarrhal, scrofulous, arthritic, Dudgeon, Croserio, Hartlaub, N. G., Aegidi, Knorre, Gross, Heichelheim, Griesselich, B. J. H., vol. 6, p. 532; Ophthalmia, Hypopion, Gallavardin, Rummel, B. J. H., vol. 23, p. 346; Ophthalmia, Buchner, B. J. H., vol. 2, p. 208; Beretti, Riv. Om., 1875; Wakeman, Cowper, Med. Inv., Jan. 15, 1875; Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 194; Schmitt, Hom. Phys., vol. 3, p. 357; Hall, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1872, p. 148; Ophthalmia and diarrhea, Hooker, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 359; Scrofulous ophthalmia, Wakeman, Med. Adv., vol. 21, p. 119; Meissler, Org., vol. 3, p. 363; Ophthalmia neonatorum, Kallenbach, H. in F., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 253; Affection of lids, Berridge, C. M. A., vol. 5, p. 139; Swelling of lids, Berridge, H. M., vol. 10, p. 109; Epiphora, Goullon, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 112; Entropium, Ectropium, Hg., Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 57; Blepharitis, Higgins, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 398; Prenatal eye deformity, Webster, Hah. Mo., vol. 24, p. 255; Neuralgia in left eye and ovary, Kershaw, Med. Inv., vol. 6, p. 565; Dysecoia, Hartlaub, R., Rck Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 381; Goodno, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 118; Deafness, Berghaus, A. H. Z., vol. 95, p. 53; Org., vol. 2, p. 125; Ussher, Org., vol. 3, p. 244; Miller, H. M., vol. 7, p. 44; Impaired hearing, Miller, N. Y. S. Trans., 1871, p. 617; Otorrhea, Holeczek, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 381; McNeil, Hah. Mo., vol. 24, p. 255; McNeil, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 97; Burchfield, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 432; Chronic coryza, Wakeman, Med. Adv., vol. 21, p. 120; Coryza, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 130; Nasal catarrh, Hirsch, J. Pr., 1873, p. 348; Affection of nose, Goullon, A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 47; Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 147; Nasal polypi, Schreter, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 403; Tic douloureux, Nankivell, H. W., vol. 6, p. 55; Facial neuralgia, Cooper, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 681; Kershaw, Org., vol. 2, p. 115; Kershaw, Org., vol. 2, p. 230; Lowder, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 688; Facial erysipelas, Hartlaub, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 155; Eruption on face, —, H. W., vol. 6, p. 80; Enlarged submaxillary gland, Buck, Hom. Rev., vol. 20, p. 622; Toothache, Hrg., Boenningh., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 480; Abscess of gums, Fungous growth on gums, Knorre, Thorer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 481; Stomatitis, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 512; Stomacace, Nankivell, H. W., vol. 6, p. 136; Dryness of throat, Dixon, B. J. H., vol. 28, p. 372; Sore throat, Hrg., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 541; Chronic pharyngeal catarrh, Urber, A. H. Z., vol. 95, p. 141; Diphtheritis, Payr, A. H. Z., vol. 80, p. 90; Heartburn, Schrn, Rck., Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 594; Vomiting, Diez, Elwert, Trinks, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 558; Cardialgia, etc., Heichelheim, Diez, Knorre, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 664; Gastralgia, Pellicer, El. Crit. Med., June, 1874; Cooper, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 692; Gastric disturbance, Berridge, N. E. M. G., vol. 11, p. 14; Nast, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 70; A. H. Z., vol. 38; No. 9; Affection of stomach, Hofrichter, B. J. H., vol. 11, p. 578; Gardiner, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 79; Dyspepsia, Fincke, Med. Adv., March, 1890, p. 149; Hussey, Hom. Phys., vol. 5, p. 168; Chronic gastritis, Clifton, H. W., vol. 6, p. 203; Gastro-enteritis, Weber, A. H. Z., vol. 95, p. 141; Jaundice, Baertl, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 704; Heyne, N. A. J. H., vol. 22, p. 447; Hepatic disorder, Martin, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 54; Enlargement of liver, Hofrichter, B. J. H., vol. 11, p. 577; Acute and chronic hepatitis, Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 102; Colic, Griessel., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 762; Weber, A. H. Z., vol. 95, p. 141; Hills, N. A. J. H., vol. 21, p. 283; Abdominal complaints, Lobeth., Heichelh., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 594; Chronic intestinal catarrh, Bojanus, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 112; Peritonitis, Heyne, A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 152; Hernia, Hrg., Gauwerky, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 792; Constipation, Hahnemann, Hrg., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 818; Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 84; Way, Hah. Mo., vol. 15, p. 83; Constipation and piles, Skinner, Org., vol. 3, p. 347; Diarrhea, Hrg., Hartm., Baertl, Bethm., Tietze, Hartl., Nunez, Jean, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 850; (3 cases) Weber, A. H. Z., vol. 91, pp. 140, 146; Weber, A. H. Z., vol. 91, p. 145; Fischer, A. H. Z., vol. 92, p. 62; Sorge, A. H. Z., vol. 94, p. 6; Theobald, H. M., vol. 7, p. 331; Korndoerfer, H. M., vol. 8, p. 442; Berridge, H. M., vol. 10, p. 77; Higgins, H. M., vol. 10, p. 398; (Sulph. and Calc. carb.) Nankivell, H. W., vol. 8, p. 12; Hawkes, H. W., vol. 9, p. 15; Hg., A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 123; Hg., A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 115; Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 108; Wesselhoeft; N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 104; Dunham, Jones, N. E. M. G., vol. 6, p. 381; (2 cases) Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 8, p. 121; Hale, Org., vol. 3, p. 87, from Hom. Rev., 1879; Kippax, Org., vol. 3, p. 96; Gee, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 451; Strong, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1882, p. 171; Diarrhea and vomiting, Richardson, Med. Inv., Oct., 1868, p. 1; Diarrhea and cholera infantum, Wesselhoeft, Trans. A. I., 1873, p. 380; Chronic diarrhea, Gallinger, N. E. M. G., vol. 8, p. 495; Fellows, Carfrae, B. J. H., vol. 25, p. 507; Thomkins, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 353; Summer complaint, Jahr, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 203; Cholera infantum, Miller, H. M., vol. 9, p. 202; Dysentery, Gwynn, H. M., vol. 10, p. 457; Chronic dysentery, Hawkes, Org., vol. 2, p. 113; Cholera, Hg., A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 99; Hemorrhage from bowels, Morgan, H. W., 1876, p. 131; Prolapse and hemorrhage of rectum, Berridge, N. E. M. G., vol. 10, p. 388; Hemorrhoids, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 1004; Berridge, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 498; Guernsey, H. M., vol. 5, p. 240; Heath, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 200; Fincke, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 34; Itching of anus, Berridge, H. M., vol. 10, p. 78; Ascaris vermicularis, Middleton, N. E. M. G., vol. 6, p. 220; Morbus Brightii, Stens, N. A. J. H., vol. 22, p. 451; Irritable bladder, Laurie, B. J. H., vol. 12, p. 493; Retention of urine, Brisken, Kafka, N. A. J., vol. 22, p. 448; Guernsey, Org., vol. 3, p. 271; Dysuria, H. in F., Schron, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 31; Enuresis nocturna, Gauwerky, Nusser, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 46; Goodno, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 122; Danforth, U. S. M. and S. Jour., Oct., 1870; Villeneuve, H. M., vol. 9, p. 222; Urinary difficulty, Lilienthal, Hom. Phys., vol. 2, p. 51; Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 84; Fistula urinaria, Bernstein, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 52; Sexual weakness, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 208; (Sulph. and Con.), Marshall, N. A. J. H., vol. 4, p. 80; Spermatorrhea, Love, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 230; Gonorrhea, Miller, H. M., vol. 7, p. 403; Harris, N. A. J. H., vol. 4, p. 344; Gleet, Attomyr, Lobeth., Berstein, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 99; Goullon, A. H. Z., vol. 91, p. 61; Sechrist, H. M., vol. 9, p. 36; Prostatitis (Sulph. and Sep.), B. F. J., Med. Adv., vol. 1, p. 474; Ulcer on penis; on leg, Goullon, N. A. J. H., vol. 17, p. 223; Hydrocele, Guinness, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 88; Uterine affection, Skinner, Org., vol. 1, p. 154; Prolapsus uteri, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 346; Cancer uteri, Thompson, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 81; Hawley, Hom. Phys., vol. 7, p. 470; Metrorrhagia, Weber, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 335; Menorrhagia, Swan, N. Y. J. H., 1873, p. 146; Dysmenorrhea, Minton, A. J. H. M. M., 1873; Amenorrhea, Tietze, Knorr, Bernstein, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 256; Gorton, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 462; Allen, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1883, p. 306; Menstrual disturbance, Berridge, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 77; Berridge, Org., vol. 1, p. 418; Vaginitis, Gorton, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 514; Leucorrhea, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 197; Brown, Hom. World, 1879, Org., vol. 3, p. 89; Vomiting of pregnancy, Sherman, Mass. Trans., 1876, p. 750; After pains, Morgan, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 317; Affections of the breasts, Gross, Bethmann, Knorr, Bernstein, Muller, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 425; Spasmus glottidis, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 160; Aphonia, B., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 70; Wesselhoeft, Trans. A. I., 1873, p. 380; Holcombe, N. E. M. G., vol. 4, p. 10; Laryngitis, Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 101; Influenza, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 50; Payne, N. E. M. G., vol. 4, p. 232; Bronchitis, Fairbanks, Med. Inv., vol. 8, p. 416; Miller, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 160; Acute bronchial catarrh, Miller, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 403; Asthma, Hoffendahl, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 199; Owens, O. M.& S. Rep., vol. 5, p. 348; Cough, Hartlaub, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 173; Hesse, A. H. Z., vol. 111, p. 43; Rushmore, Med. Adv., March, 1890, p. 164; Martin, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 124; Roberts, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 219; Chronic cough, Nankivell, Hom. Rev., vol. 11, p. 216; Pertussis, B. in D., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 84; Fullness in chest, etc., Farrington, N. E. M. G., vol. 6, p. 385; Pain in chest, C. M. A., vol. 5, p. 381; Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 4, p. 289; Berridge, N. E. M. G., vol. 10, p. 164; Neuralgia of chest, Cooper, N. A. J. H., vol. 29, p. 686; Pneumonia, Muller, Wurm, Holeczek, Noack, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 335; Goullon, A. H. Z., 1875, p. 165; (5 cases); Wurmb and Caspar, B. J. H., vol. 11, p. 381; Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 103; Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 8, p. 218; T. A. I. H., 1873, p. 380; A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 59; Miller, Hah. Mo., vol. 8, p. 317; Pearson, Med. Inv., Jan., 1875, p. 28; Berridge, N. A. J. H., vol. 22, p. 187; Org., vol. 2, p. 338; Pleurisy, Cigliano, A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 30; Kunkel, Hah. Mo., vol. 15, p. 296; Pleuritic effusion (Sulp. and Arsen.), Sorge, H. Kl., 1873, p. 129; Kraizell, A. H. Z., vol. 78, p. 54; Hydrothorax, Talbot, N. Y. S. Trans., pp. 219-225; Haemoptysis, Heichelheim, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 224; Phthisis, Hartlaub, Jahr, Schelling, Kreussler, Haustein, Attomyr, Vehsem, Griessel., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 407; O. M. and S. Rep., 1873, No. 5, Brigham, Med. Adv., vol. 6, p. 95; Affection of lungs, Goullon, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 267; Pains about heart, Fincke, Med. Adv., March, 1890, p. 148; Affection of heart, Noack, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 459; Lippe, Org., vol. 2, p. 430; Keloid on sternum, Keghel, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 107, from A. H. Z.; Goitre, Peschier, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1883, p. 210; Backache, Hartlaub, Schelling, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 475; Ulcer on back, Wakeman, Med. Adv., vol. 21, p. 117; Curvature of spine, Goodno, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 24; Gallupe, Org., vol. 1, p. 480; Pott's disease, Cooper, B. J. H., vol. 30, p. 276; Ulcer on shoulder, Cranch, Med. Inv., May, 1875, p. 393; Pain in finger, Sherbino, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 419; Panaritium, Hartlaub, Bernstein, Holezeck, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 569; Whitlow, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 171; Coxalgia, Kretschmar, Diez, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 576; Coxitis, Lutze, A. H. Z., vol. 110, p. 172; Paralysis of leg, Owens, Ohio, M. and S. Rep., vol. 5, p. 349; Pain in legs, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 553; Swelling of knee, Tietze, Ohlhauth, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 589; A. H. Z., vol. 89, p. 87; Gonitis, Terry, N. A. J. H., vol. 25, p. 316; Enlarged vein of leg, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 4, p. 289; Ulcer of leg, Rushmore, Hom. Phys., vol. 5, p. 38; Swelling of foot, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 4, p. 291; Herpetic eruption on foot, Lilienthal. N. A. J. H., vol. 9, p. 444; Offensive smell of feet, Hawkes, Org., vol. 2, p. 113; Prickling in feet, Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 111; Corns and frostbite, Harman, N. E. M. G., vol. 6, p. 438; Debility, Dixon, Hom. Rev., vol. 17, p. 234; Intermittent neuralgia, (6 cases), Brown, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 93; Spasms, Rückert, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 596; Rückert, A. H. Z., vol. 80, pp. 100-125; Korndoerfer, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 127; Sawyer, Hom. Phys., vol. 7, p. 336; Chorea, Goodno, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 120; Payne, H. M., vol. 6, p. 352; Epilepsy, Rückert, A. H. Z., vol. 111, p. 21; Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 100; McNeil, Org., vol. 1, p. 481; Baker, Med. Inv., 1875, p. 371; N. Y. S. Tr., 1874, p. 174; Baxter, Proc. H. M. S., Ohio, 1874, p. 108; Nankivell, Hom. Rev., vol. 17, p. 234; Stens, H. M., vol. 8, p. 555, A. H. Z., vol. 83, pp. 12-128; Paralysis after miscarriage, Farrington, Org., vol. 3, p. 92; Terrifying dreams, Attomyr, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 60; Night terror, Nankivell, Hom. World, March. 1873, p. 57; Attacks of chill, Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 82; Continued fever, Gardiner, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 105, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 104; Ague, Miller, H. M., vol. 7, p. 404; (2 cases), Watzke, Hom. Jour., vol. 1, p. 219; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 169; B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 668; Steinrauf, Hom. Phys., vol. 5, p. 359; Fornias, Hom. Phys., vol. 7, p. 169; Jennings, Allen's Int. Fever, p. 236; Remittent fever, Wesselhoeft, Trans. A. I., 1873; p. 380; (2 cases), N. E. M. G., vol. 8, p. 119; Rheumatic fever, Theobald, Hom. Phys., vol. 9, p. 248; Typhoid fever, Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., vol. 3, p. 104; Chagres fever, Cooper, B. J. H., vol. 32, p. 698; Anaemia, Burr, N. E. M. G., vol. 2, p. 150; Chlorosis, Hartman, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 280; Defective assimilation, Miller, H. M., vol. 10, p. 164; Marasmus, Middleton, H. M., vol. 5, p. 150; Scrofulosis, Griesselich, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 413; Ailments of children, Ring, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 263; Hereditary syphilis, Beckwith, Med. Adv., vol. 2, p. 227; Scorbutus, Mackechnie, B. J. H., vol. 32, p. 320; Rheumatism, Bethmann, Emmerich, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 546; Small, U. S. M. and S. Jour., vol. 7, p 291; Wesselhoeft, T. A. I. H., 1873, p. 380; Burr, N. E. M. G., vol. 2, p. 148; Rheumatic gout, Blake, B. J. H., vol. 30, p. 124; Mentagra, K. in L., Hom. Klin., 1869, p. 53; Bad effects of vaccination, Skinner, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 193; Nankivell, H. W. vol. 7, p. 206; Cystic tumor, Shepard, Org., vol. 1, p. 324; Chloasma, McComber, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 20; Erysipelas, Lilienthal, H. M., vol. 10, p. 373; Scarlet fever, Weber, Lorbacher, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 66; Wells, N. A. 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Weak memory, particularly for names; no memory for what transpired recently; forgetfullness.
After meals congestion to head, with throbbing and forgetfullness; feels as if crazy; does not know whether she has done what she intended or whether objects seen are really there, or whether she only imagines them to be, until she has touched them; menses scanty and late.
Repeats everything said to him on account of difficult comprehension.
Great distraction of mind; cannot fix his mind on present objects, and does his work awkwardly.
Seems stupid, senseless, confused, avoids conversation.
Dullness; difficult thinking; misplaces or cannot find proper words when talking or writing.
Numerous morbid ideas, extremely disagreeable, causing rancor; neglect of business; agg. in evening in bed, when ideas prevent falling asleep.
Rack their brains about metaphysical subtleties.
Fantastical illusions; monomania; fancies.
Foolish happiness and pride, thinks himself in possession of beautiful things; even rags seem beautiful.
Delirium; imbecility; insanity.
A little girl with religious insanity, takes passages of Scripture literally and acts upon them.
Furiously mad; wanders about streets; after suppression of tinea capitis.
Greatly inclined to weep without cause.
Moaning and complaining, with wringing of hands day and night, much thirst, little appetite, swallows food hastily.
About an hour after he falls asleep, he suddenly starts up and screams, leaps out of bed, and runs about like a maniac, two or three times every night; wrings his hands, sweats profusely and trembles.
Involuntary haste when taking hold of anything and when walking.
Indisposed to everything, work, pleasure, talking or motion; indolence of mind and body.
Great obstinacy; dislikes to have any one near him.
Satiety of life, longing for death.
Disgust, to nausea, about any effluvia arising from his own body.
Sentimental; changing mood.
Weeps easily at slightest provocation.
Sadness: without cause; without courage; weary of life.
During day sad, lachrymose; weeps if one attempts to console her.
In evening sudden sadness and disinclination for everything.
While walking in open air sudden sadness; is filled with anxious, despondent thoughts, from which she cannot free herself, they make her suspicious, peevish and lachrymose.
Greatly depressed, hypochondriacal and sighing.
Depressed about her illness, and out of humor.
Melancholy mood; dwelling on religious or philosophic speculations; anxiety about soul's salvation; indifference about lot of others.
Sleepless, disgusted with life, fears the future, where she sees nothing but misery and suffering. ~ Melancholia.
Woman, aet. 41; menses irregular; profound melancholy; considers herself disgraced; speaks of dying, finds life insupportable; noise and odors irritate her greatly, also least contradiction or advice (Nux vom.  restored menses).
Melancholia and epilepsy, with strong impulsive tendency to suicide, by drowning or by precipitating herself from window; epileptic fits, as many as five a day, with at times two hours of unconsciousness, always agg. during menses, Sulph. 10m. cured.
Frequently during day attacks of melancholy lasting a few minutes, feels extremely unhappy without cause, she wishes to die.
Great dejection, with thoughts of suicide; feels inferior to everybody; can decide nothing; listless, unable to work; can understand nothing she reads; great disgust, amounting to nausea, at odors of her own body; chronic catarrh, with a bland yellow discharge; a lump comes in her throat, must swallow continually; agg. in a warm room; constipation with frequent ineffectual desire for stool, with passage of fetid flatus which disgusts her much; amenorrhea of five months' standing; a sense of weight in pelvic region when walking; muddy complexion with occasional acne.
Destroys clothing, imagines she has everything in abundance.
Too lazy to rouse himself up, and too unhappy to live.
Hypochondriac mood through day, merry in evening.
Hypochondriasis after suppression of eruption.
Worried by trifles. ~ Uterine displacement.
Vexations and morbid ideas of past arise from most indifferent thoughts, and from every occurrence in life, which continue to be united with new vexations, so that she cannot free herself from them.
Violent starting up, even when his name is called.
Great anxiety, fear lest she should come to ruin; went about wringing her hands; tried to run away; pale face; dull eyes; pressure on head; pain in epigastrium; stools white, hard; frequent rigors.
Anxiety: in evening in bed; with heat of head and cold feet; on awaking, with heat at night; as if some great misfortune were impending; with palpitation, prevents falling asleep.
Very much excited and very passionate.
Excitable mood, easily irritated, but quickly penitent.
Irritable mood; easily excited and always absorbed in himself.
Dread of being washed (in children).
Peevish; irritable; quick-tempered.
Ill-humored and fault-finding.
Bad-humor and great disinclination to speak.
Ill-humored; vexed with herself; everything makes her impatient.
He could tear himself to pieces with vexation.
Child is intolerably violent and difficult to quiet.
So obstinate and morose that he answers no one, and will tolerate no one about him; he cannot obtain quickly enough what he wants.
Has no rest anywhere day or night.
Dullness of head: in evening; on waking at night; in morning, with pressure in forehead until noon; after walking in open air; and confusion; as from rush of blood, especially on ascending steps.
Heaviness in head: every motion was disagreeable; while sitting, lying, moving and stooping; and dizziness; and confusion.
Heaviness and fullness in forehead, agg. when raising head, after sleep, after talking; amel. when sitting, or lying with head high.
Confusion of head: as from insufficient sleep; on awaking, in morning; frequently recurring; painful; after sleeping; after dinner; in forenoon; with giddiness; long-continued; 11 A. M., and giddiness, with dimness of vision; and aching in occiput, as if a band were tied tightly around forehead; and weight of head, after sleeping; in evening; and pressing in forehead.
Head seems distended.
Vertigo: while sitting or standing; with nosebleed, in morning; when stooping; when rising from bed; when walking in open air; with nausea; with vanishing of sight; with inclination to fall to left side; agg. after meals, particularly after dinner; in forenoon; when walking over running water or looking at objects in rapid motion; as if swinging and as if bed were not large enough to hold him; like reeling, when walking; while walking in open air, could not step firmly; did not dare to stoop or look down, was obliged to steady herself to avoid falling; tendency to fall forward on suddenly rising from a seat; in morning, as if one stood on wavering ground; from venous stagnation, and feeling of fullness in abdomen, constipation, flatulency; suppressed hemorrhoids; from receded or suppressed cutaneous eruption; chronic, with irritating discharges.
Stupor, with pale face, dropping of lower jaw, eyes half open, cold sweat on face, suppression of urine, and frequent twitching of muscles.
Rush of blood to head: a pressure out at eyes; with roaring in ears, and heat of face; during menses; during a soft stool; at night in bed; arising from chest with throbbing; agg. when stooping, talking, in open air; amel. sitting in warm room.
Headache: in forehead in morning; as from a weight pressing upon top of brain, and a cord tied around head; amel. by shutting eyes; with nausea; on stooping; on ascending steps; as if brain were beating against skull, on nodding head; every step is painfully felt; violent, at night, disturbing sleep; pressive in forehead, in morning after rising, also in afternoon, during menses; pressive, from one temple to other; pressive, in vertex, morning and evening, as if eyes would be pressed down; jerking; tensive; tearing, as with a saw; stitching; stitches out at eyes; hammering, from vivacious talking; like blows through head; throbbing, in morning; aching in forehead, and confusion as if he had taken too much alcoholic drink, in morning, lasting until noon; in forehead on waking, going off after getting up and washing; pressive, in occiput; pressive, over eyebrows, almost all day; above right eye, lasting until noon; over eyes, every morning; as from stopped coryza; as from a board in front of head; as if screwed together, in and over forehead; tearing, in forehead; pinching, from one temple to other; shooting, in temples close to eyes, on moving them or on looking at anything; sticking, in temples; violent, in vertex, in evening as if hair would be torn out, it bristles on most painful spots; boring, on top, beneath vertex, the spot is painful to touch; pressive, in vertex, compels wrinkling forehead and screwing up eyes; burning, on vertex on awaking, succeeded by a cool feeling in same place; aching throbbing, in crown; in left side of occiput, as from congestion, after waking; pulsating, in left side of occiput, at last changes to a jerking every day, as if head would burst; throbbing, at night; pressive, in occiput, at night; nightly, with sleeplessness; every seventh day; congestive; nervous; catarrhal; rheumatic; gouty; syphilitic; from suppressed eruptions; from abuse of spirits or metallic substances, hairwashes, etc.; from debility, loss of animal fluids, severe study, etc.
Tearing or stitches in forehead or temples, from within outward; agg. from eating or stooping; amel. when pressing head together, or when moving about.
Painful tingling on vertex, and in temples.
Sensation of emptiness in occiput; agg. in open air, and from talking; amel. indoors.
Drawing and tearing through head.
Sick headache, very weakening, once a week or every two weeks; pain lacerating, stupefying, numbing.
Feeling of coldness about head, a cold spot on vertex continually; piercing, with buzzing in ears.
Feeling as if head were enlarged.
Heat on crown of head; cold feet; frequent flushing.
Severe tearing in frontal region; particularly around eyes and nose, affected parts extremely sensitive to touch, as if a blister had been applied; at same time, coldness in head and of body; on application of warmth, pulse becomes more rapid; stitches through eyes; attacks daily, paroxysmal, also at night, preceded by formication in nose, as if she would sneeze, short cough, yawning, followed by sweat. ~ Headache.
Throbbing, tearing pains in occiput, extending forward, with nausea, vomiting and pressure in eyes; attacks preceded by flatulency; after two or three days headache disappears, then vesicles form in mouth, with heat of mouth, which disappear and are followed by pains in throat; attacks every three or four weeks. ~ Headache.
Every morning 9 o'clock, severe pressive pain in forehead with heat, humming in head, increasing until midday, and disappearing 4 P. M.: of several months' duration; after suppressed itch. ~ Headache.
Severe throbbing, pressing pains in head, agg. from warm food, warmth of room and in sun; congestion to head with loss of consciousness, amel. sprinkling with cold water; at times, itching of anus; constipation; flatulency; after suppression of itch.
About 10 A. M. pain begins at inner point of left eyebrow and passes steadily along until it involves whole superciliary ridge, which becomes very sensitive to touch; lachrymation of left eye and impairment of sight; pain reaches its acme by midday, then gradually declines and by evening has worn away; average duration of attacks ten days; pain agg. from worry, and during menses; often hysterical and faint; acne of face; usually passes a week without action of bowels. ~ Sick headache.
Nocturnal headaches agg. from least motion in bed; heaviness in head, particularly in occiput; pains in head as if head would burst; stitching, humming in head; throbbing pain in vertex, coldness, a cold spot on head.
For three years, headache; symptoms get worse and worse until middle of Summer, and then steadily decline; cannot endure being excited; cannot remain long in a heated place; frequently faints with pain; is extremely nervous; paroxysms generally every two or three days; pain begins left side of head, sometimes extends all over it; amel. from cold; agg. from warmth, meditation, excitement and after food; generally lasts twenty-four hours.
Pain confined to one spot on top of head, near middle line, inclining to left side; came on about a year and a half ago from cold; quinine temporarily amel. pain; pain at its acme about 5 or 6 P. M., continues to be violent until 2 A. M., when it quits him instantaneously; agg. in Winter,`and whenever weather is unusually cold; pain appears to be in brain, and when violent almost drives him mad; dyspeptic, foul breath; furred tongue, very weak, perspires profusely, low-spirited, nervous, cannot bear moving about.
For two years, severe headache, extending from forehead to occiput; agg. when he catches cold; begins every morning after rising; gets a little amel. through day; violent pains in shoulders flying to head; pain prevents him raising arms to head, particularly right; tightness on chest.
For two months, constant pricking pain across forehead, with giddiness, agg. on stooping, in evening; cannot sleep until after 1 or 2 A. M.; after checked diarrhea.
Pain in forehead and vertex extending to eyes; sharp, violent, amel. by warmth; scalp tender when pain is worst.
Pain coming on at 10 A. M., sometimes as early as 6 A. M., and lasting an hour, seldom longer; confined to occiput; sensation as if head had been beaten.
After cessation of chronic diarrhea, which was more frequent in morning than evening, a headache ensued which awakened her at night, with sensation as if top of head were being pressed against wall, with heat in whole head; headache lasts all day.
Severe, sharp, darting pains in and about left eye, extending to inner ear of same side; pains suddenly leave eye and manifest themselves about left ovary; great tenderness of scalp.
Headache apt to commence in left side and go round to right, vomiting of acid matter, usually little or no thirst.
Pain commences in left temple, extends to right, over right eyeball to occiput; pain from superior portion of sternum through to back, and crosswise between shoulders, tenderness on pressure; swelling and soreness of left side of cervical spine; sudden vertigo, nausea and vomiting; loss of memory, forgets his own name; deafness in left ear.
Intermittent periodic neuralgia, agg. every twenty-four hours, generally at 12 M. or 12 P. M., and analogously agg. in midsummer and midwinter.
Chronic headache of four years' standing; scarcely a day without; generally begins about 5 or 6 P. M., front or back, splitting, with nausea and anorexia; ceases as he falls asleep; forehead is hot, amel. by sponging with cold water; head always more or less painful; emotional, easily moved to tears; strong desire for highly spiced food, apples, pickles, cider, etc.
Periodic neuralgic headache, affecting greater part of head, and coming on about noon every day, and lasting until evening, when it gradually subsides.
Headache with throbbing, increasing with increase of fever.
Headache is attended by nausea; hair falls out; forehead is covered with acne.
Pressive headache in forehead, agg. on motion, with great restlessness.
Sick headache once a week; pains stupefying; numbing; walking painful; agg. at night and damp, cold weather.
Head symptoms agg. : when awaking; in evening; from motion; stooping; talking; mental exertion and out doors; every seventh day; during rest; sitting; from pressure; moving head; in a warm room.
Meningitis: soporous sleep, from which they awake every ten to twenty minutes with loud screams; grinding of teeth; chewing motion of lower jaw; vomiting of food; photophobia; constipation; small, frequent pulse; thirst; dry, white tongue; sour smell from mouth; cheeks alternately red and pale, or one cheek red, one pale; changes color frequently; head hot; skin of rest of body dry and cool; head sweats and has odor of musk; can only lie in one certain position, that is with occiput drawn far backward, on changing this position, screaming and vomiting; delirious talking, during which they fall asleep; startled awaking; sopor, cannot be aroused by loud calls.
Brain affections in children who do not like to be washed, have pimples, boils and other eruptions on head, face and everywhere, pick at nose, have red lips, crave sour things, feel faint in forenoon, may have diarrhea early in morning; sleep restless, start when falling asleep, cry out during sleep, or murmur, moan, whine or snore; feet cold in morning and hot in evening; they run about but do not like to stand, sit hunched and walk stooping.
Fell, striking on back of head, was taken up insensible; following night, restless, followed by vomiting, dizziness on stooping, or standing on an elevation, with a tendency to fall backward; darting pain through eyes; frontal cephalalgia, pupils dilated.
Hydrocephalus: developing slowly after psoric eruptions; head drops backward; likes to lie with head low; face changing, often red or pale; nausea while lifting head up; breath sour; urine as if mixed with flour; subacute and chronic, in scrofulous children, where effusion has not progressed too far; spasms, in scrofulous children; regularly protrudes and retracts tongue.
Sensitiveness of vertex, pressing pain when touched; agg. in evening, from heat of bed, in morning when awaking; smarting and burning after scratching.
Roots of hair painful, especially to touch.
Severe itching on forehead and scalp.
Feeling of coldness about head.
Falling out of hair.
Itching or painful pimples on scalp.
Itching pimples on forehead; inflamed, painful to touch.
On forehead patches and groups of black points, like comedones.
Humid eruption on top of head, like tinea capitis, small, grainlike pustules, filled with pus, drying up into honeylike scabs.
On two spots on vertex, tender, scabby elevations, size of a pea.
Inflamed and suppurating pimples on hairy scalp.
Small vesicles on top of head, filled with limpid fluid; itch a great deal and form yellow or brown crusts.
Eruption on scalp; pus oozing out on different parts of head; scalp and hair matted with scales of dry pus; small boils behind ears; rash over body. ~ Impetigo.
Eruption on scalp since two years; part covered with a thick scab; when crust is removed from poulticing an eruption appears, which is vesicular at beginning, but soon becomes pustular, these burst, fluid concretes, and a thick crust is developed. ~ Eczema impetiginodes.
Thick, yellowish crust, somewhat moist, covering whole scalp and matted in with hair. ~ Eczema.
Large, thick, moist crust on back of head. ~ Eczema.
Thick, moist, greenish-yellow crust covering nearly whole left side of head; has a tendency to suppurate and has suppurated, leaving a large scar; of four years' duration. ~ Eczema.
Eczema around margin of hairy scalp, from ear to ear, posteriorly.
Humid, offensive eruption on top of head, filled with pus, drying up into honeylike scabs. ~ Tinea capitis.
Dry, offensive, easily bleeding, burning eruption, begins on back of head and behind ears; pains and cracks; amel. from scratching.
Humid, offensive eruption, with thick pus, yellow crusts, bleeding and burning.
Hair dry, falling off; scalp sore to touch, itching violently in evening, when getting warm in bed; dandruff.
Eruption on head since seven years; commenced with a few pustules and gradually spread over a surface about three times as large as a silver dollar; crusts thick, yellow and very adherent; part devoid of hair; eyes weak, lids much inflamed and agglutinated in morning. ~ Porrigo favosa.
Contractive pain as from a band around cranium, with sensation as if flesh were loose, followed by inflammation, swelling and caries of bones; agg. in wet, cold weather and when at rest; amel. from motion.
Fontanelles close too late.
A sanguineous tumor, size of a black walnut, on right of occipital bone; anterior fontanelle closed, posterior open and connected with tumor; after Calc. phos. , tumor lessened, but came to a standstill; anterior fontanelle opened more, and connection between posterior and tumor disappeared; Sulphur.  one dose, completed cure.
Sensitiveness of eyes to daylight; intolerance of sunlight; photophobia, with stitches, agg. in sultry weather; shuns light during sweat.
Dimness of vision: as of a veil or gauze before eyes; as from a fog; with headache; as if cornea had lost its transparency; sudden paroxysms of nyctalopia; while reading; objects seem more distant; for near and distant objects; with weakness of eyes; blindness; cataract, glaucoma; with innumerable, confused, dark spots floating before eyes.
Hallucinations of sight: flickering before eyes; small dark specks; dark points and spots; black flies seem to float not far from eyes; gas or lamp lights appear to be surrounded with a halo (cataract or glaucoma); like black, gauze or feather dust; scintillations and white spots; black points or stripes before eyes.
Impairment of vision of both eyes, when attempting to read, letters become instantly so muddled and blurred, one running into other, that it is impossible for him to read at all, without powerful convex glasses; wears convexes of eleven inches focus, prescribed by an oculist; there was no organic change in eye, and no objective symptoms to account for impairment; sinking, hungry and exhausted feeling at epigastrium, at 11 A. M. daily; heat rising to face, especially after washing; faint feeling on going into a bath; feet cold; very timid and easily startled; teeth and gums tender, bleed at times; agg. from chewing, especially cheese; feeling of a lump in epigastrium after food; at times canine appetite; food returns if he runs.
Amaurosis after a sudden disappearance of an eruption on head; can only see outlines of objects; spots and weblike forms appear before eyes; single objects seem double and indistinct; pupils greatly dilated, do not contract in strong light.
After disappearance of a severe tearing pain in left side of forehead, from which she suffered four months, muscae volitantes; for last four days gradual impairment of sight; can scarcely distinguish day from night; burning, tearing pains in eyes. ~ Amaurosis.
Amaurosis in a child 4 years old; no structural change in eye, but eyeballs in continual motion from side to side; has had an eruption suppressed; itchiness of skin (removed by Arsen.)
Asthenopia, muscular and accommodative; gaslight hurts more than sunlight.
Amaurosis and amblyopia, with or without diplopia, from suppression of an eruption.
After severe neuralgia in head, especially on left side, an appearance of threads before eyes which she could not wipe away; increased until she could only distinguish day from night; burning, tearing in eyes, and conjunctiva slightly red. ~ Amaurosis.
Has abused eyes by reading, writing, sewing; trouble began in right eye, which is agg.; sensation as if eye were gone, and a cool wind blew out of empty socket; severe pains and itching around back of eye; when closing eyes, flashes of light; mist like a veil or cloud before eye; agg. from strong light; using eyes causes intense headache over them; desire to spasmodically close eyes, which gives relief; menses regular, accompanied by severe bearing-down pains, with pain in hips and back, and sexual excitement; using eyes causes nausea, heartburn, faintness at stomach, with a desire to eat between meals (Sepia relieved, Sulphur finished the cure). ~ Asthenopia.
Blindness of left eye after suppressed itch; eye has a dead look; pupil enlarged and immovable; in middle of lens an opacity, as if it had been punctured by a needle; lids and conjunctiva somewhat reddened; on holding hand quite near to eye, he can dimly discern fingers.
Hyperemia of retina.
Retinitis, from overuse of eyes; congestion of optic nerve; outlines ill-defined, pain around eye, and itching in internal canthi.
Chorio-retinitis, and uncomplicated choroiditis; darting pains; chronic trouble, based upon abdominal venosity, stagnation in portal circulation, habitual constipation and cerebral congestion; psoric taint.
Opacities in vitreous, resulting from choroideal exudations, old hemorrhages, etc.
Sympathetic irritation of right eye, after removal of left; sharp pain in stump, extending in stitches to healthy eye, in which there is considerable irritation and photophobia, occasional obscuration of vision and commencing presbyopia; constant discharge from stump, which is excessively sensitive to touch.
For three years, dimness of vision of left eye, finally so marked as to prevent recognition of friends without aid of right eye; sees a bright halo around flame of candle; skin of face dry and hard; his work frequently obliged him to stand in water for a length of time. ~ Cortical cataract.
Mrs E., aet. 48, complains of heaviness of eyelids; mist and grey fog before eyes, and a feeling as of sand in eyes; nursing a baby; in right eye beginning of cataract; burning in forehead; flashes in right eye; pain as if beaten in small of back; nebulous sight; eruption on ears (Caustic.  finished cure).
Cataract after suppression of an eruption.
Redness of iris.
Iritis, scrofulous and syphilitic; chronic cases; drawing pain around eye, sharp sticking pains in eyes, agg. at night and toward morning; eyeball painful on motion.
Adhesions (posterior synechiae) after iritis.
Hypopion; from iritis, or other circumstances.
Trachoma, acute and chronic; pains sharp and sticking in morning, lids glued together; water is not a favorite application, and usually aggravates trouble.
Pterygium, dependent upon hereditary psora.
Pannus, in patients of strumous diathesis; true pannus crassum, whole of cornea presenting appearance of a piece of fresh raw beef; green halo around candlelight; herpetic pannus, resulting from phlyctenules, etc.
Wound of cornea, with hemorrhage into eye, and prolapse of iris.
Hypopion, with deep ulceration of centre of cornea involving one-third its surface.
Pustular inflammation of cornea, or conjunctiva, with marked lachrymation; pains sharp and stitching, as if a needle or splinter were sticking in eye.
Superficial and deep ulcers on cornea, intense redness of eye, great photophobia.
Specks or ulcers on cornea; opacities.
Keratitis parenchymatosa in a scrofulous subject, cornea like ground glass, photophobia, lids swollen and bleed easily.
Keratitis pustulosa: with sharp pain in eye at 2 P. M., also awakened early in morning by pain; of seven years' duration, cornea hazy, and very fine vessels on edge, with pustules, conjunctiva injected, sharp pain in left eye like knives, moderate photophobia, and lachrymation; in a large, fat, unhealthy child, much photophobia, discharge from ears and nose, eruptions on head and face, head dry and hot, so that it dries rapidly after washing, restless at night, etc.; photophobia agg. morning and evening, face rough and nose sore; photophobia, lachrymation and cracking of external canthi, restless first part of night; from suppression of an eruption behind ears; dislikes having eye washed, appetite poor, and restless at night; with sharp sticking pains and pustular eruptions around eye; from a cold, with much sharp, darting pains in eye; agg. in morning and darting pain through temples.
Conjunctivitis pustulosa; child restless at night; with sharp sticking pain, agg. by moving eyes; at first amel. by bathing, afterward agg.; stinging pain, amel. by washing in warm water; with great redness and sharp sticking pains; with sore pain in left eye, amel. by cold applications, burning in palms of hands; with dryness of lids.
Incipient sclerotitis; feeling of fullness and largeness of ball, agg. by use, or bright light, especially gaslight.
Subretinal tumor, in a girl 9 years old; a year previous, slight drooping of lid of right eye, has slightly increased; child cannot see from this eye; had suffered from enlarged glands and abscesses in neck, scars of which remained; in right eye a partial ptosis and a divergent squint of about half a line; movement of eye seems perfect in all directions; no external congestion or inflammation; pupil sensitive to changes of light before left eye, but sluggish to light and shade before its own eye; vision is for fingers only at eight inches; examination revealed a tumor under or in the retina, which covered macula lutea; vessels could be traced over tumor and small hemorrhagic spots were found around it; size of tumor equalled two diameters of optic disk, and its elevation nine millimetres.
Eyes sunken, surrounded by blue rings.
Biting of eyes and lachrymation, every evening.
A feeling as of sand in eyes.
Stitches as with a knife in right eye.
Itching and burning of eyes.
Burning heat in eyes; painful smarting.
Sensation as of a foreign body in eyes.
Burning and easy fatigue of eyes when reading.
Burning of eyes without redness.
Burning shooting beneath lids of left eye, as if sand had go into it.
Heaviness of eyes.
Dryness of eyes.
Eyeballs are painful on moving them.
Pressure in eyeballs on walking in open air.
In evening, dull aching and feeling of weight in both eyeballs, with loss of vision as if a thick veil were before eyes.
Pain as from dryness of eyeballs, and a sensation as if they rubbed against lids.
Violent pains in left eye, as if it were rubbed against spiculae of glass, and drawn in toward pupil.
Severe cutting in right eye.
Shooting in left eye, agg. from reading.
Redness of eyes during day; itching in evening.
Purulent mucus in eyes.
Inflammation of eyes or lids; aching; smarting, burning, or a feeling like sand.
Painful inflammation of eye, from presence of foreign body (after Acon.).
Left eye very red, lids puffy, upper one heavy and raised with difficulty; sensation as of a foreign body in eye; pustule on lower part of conjunctiva; lids covered with secretion, agglutinated in morning; dark circles around eyes, mist before them; headache above eyebrows as from a blow; forehead painful to touch; constant desire to vomit; disgust for food; repugnance for meat; wishes for nothing but vinegar and raw things, after eating, suffocating weight on stomach, causing rush of blood to head and ringing in ears; uterus presses upon bladder when she walks; on rising up, limbs totter. ~ Catarrhal ophthalmia.
Sclerotic of left eye, highly injected and puffy; naturally brown iris appears reddish; at lower portion of iris, a white spot, as large as a lentil; photophobia; profuse lachrymation; agglutination of lids at night; eyeball pains when moved; drawing pains round about eye; pain in occiput as if hollow, when lying; stool hard.
For twelve days ophthalmia and diarrhea; severe paroxysmal cutting pains in abdomen, with diarrhea and tenesmus, agg. at night; pulse rapid, feverish.
Conjunctiva and meibomian glands swollen and inflamed; eyes injected; a thin, acrid, excoriating discharge on opening eyes; pain as if salt were in them; cornea dim; photophobia; cannot clearly distinguish objects; sobs, cries, fears she will become blind.
Conjunctiva of right eye greatly injected and inflamed; cornea very dim, dirty, dusty-looking, as if covered by a film; vision greatly impaired; objects appear as if through a fog, are indistinct; lids red, burning pains; tenacious, acrid, excoriating discharge; agglutination of lids at night; constant lachrymation, agg. in damp weather; boy, aet. 18, after an attack of smallpox, when 5 years old.
For many years, periodical attacks of conjunctivitis, frequently lasting three months; conjunctiva of left eye highly injected; pressing, tensive burning, itching pains through eye; fog before eyes; tearing pain in left side of head; constipation; chilliness during day; heat at night; pulse hard, irritable.
Caught cold in right eye, about two months ago, which caused lachrymation and pricking pains; application of rose-water; three weeks ago both eyes were affected; constant lachrymation, of a rather gelatinous character, all day, but agg. morning and evening; in morning sees a halo around artificial light, yellow inside, then green, then yellow outside; removed by washing; gaslight looks dim; smarting in external canthi, which are red and prick at times.
Redness of both eyes, cannot stand light; headache almost every day, commencing in occiput, spreading to forehead; tongue coated red in middle, borders red; papillae on apex prominent; hungry, gone feeling, between 19 and 11 A. M.
Eyes red and hot, occasional stitches or stinging, obscuration of sight, mist before eyes, lachrymation when looking sharp out of doors.
Arthritic ophthalmia, frequent attacks for years, intense photophobia, confining him to a dark room for weeks and months; sclerotic red; cornea surrounded by a bluish ring; pains about eyes.
For years attacks of arthritic ophthalmia, which made him blind for weeks or months; photophobia, could not bear least exercise of eyes; conjunctiva but slightly reddened; sclerotic bright, rose-colored; bluish circle around cornea; pain around eye.
Scrofulous inflammation of eyes since birth; left eye agg.; looks like a piece of raw meat, was larger and protruded from socket; right eye also considerably affected; with left eye could not see anything by day, while at night he could distinguish a light; sight of right eye good; feeling as if eye were full of sand; green halo around light.
Attack of scrofulous ophthalmia every eighth year of her life, in month of January, or February; ulcers on cornea, with almost total blindness for six or eight weeks; always affects left eye.
Whole left eye seems to have grown larger, and its coverings are extraordinarily swollen; albuginea is blood-red from turgid vessels in it; cornea appears dimmed, as if covered with fine dust; an ulcer on cornea which had recently cicatrized was now again in full suppuration and had become deeper and broader; intolerance of light; constant, violent, pressive pains all around orbit, increased to a frightful degree on moving eyes, or exposure to light of sun, even though lids are closed, pain then almost drives him to despair, includes whole head, and deprives him of all rest and sense. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Right eye greatly injected; iris obscure; lids swollen, red, suppurating; photophobia; shooting pain above eye traversing head; great lachrymation; little appetite; from time to time, pain in stomach and abdomen. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
From her youth has been subject to weak eyes, with occasional epiphora, injection of eyes with much pain; now lay in bed, eyes covered with a bandage, as light was intolerable; conjunctiva and meibomian glands swollen and inflamed; sclerotic red; on opening lids, a large quantity of acrid, corrosive water gushed out, which excoriated skin; eyes pain as if salt had gotten into them; cornea dim; could not distinguish objects rightly; fears she will become blind.
Borders of lids thick and puffy, ulcerated; cornea covered with maculae, and, independently of these, visual power of eye so diminished that she could not see small objects at all, and larger ones appeared as if enveloped in smoke and mist; general health much affected; after Sulph., there appeared an eruption of pocks, warts, hepatic spots, pustules, herpetic scabs in different parts of body, this lasted eight days after leaving off remedy, after which eyes were completely cured. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Scrofulous ophthalmia; much photophobia and lachrymation, lids convulsively closed and could not be opened.
Traumatic ophthalmia; violent palpebral conjunctivitis; opacity of cornea; abscess in layers; hypopion.
Ophthalmia neonatorum, profuse, thick, yellow discharge, swelling of lids, etc.; tendency to relapse; non-syphilitic.
Paresis of right nervous abducens: woman, aet. 40, had for three months been troubled with double images to right and downward; no perceptible diminution in movements of eye, no apparent cause for paresis; some pain in eye on looking upward; headache and restlessness at night.
Lachrymation: in morning, followed by dryness; and burning in morning; profuse and burning from acrid, excoriating tears; in open air, dry in room; itching and biting in eyes.
Lids: dryness of inner surface; pressure, in evening; burning, inflamed, red, tense on motion; burning, externally; burning, in afternoon, with flow of tears; burning in edges in morning; cutting-burning in borders; smarting, in inner side, after midnight, followed by a rubbing dryness upon inner surface; smarting as from dryness of margins; with inclination to rub them; sensitiveness of edges in morning; itching as if they would become inflamed; itching, with intolerance of light; itching, burning, redness and swelling; itching in morning, on awaking; prickling, causing him to scratch and rub; agglutinated mornings; twitching, jerking; ulceration of margins; drawn together spasmodically, in morning; itching pustules on margins; granulated; dry, crusts in lashes; lashes fall out; eczematous; chronic blepharitis; ectropium or entropium; agg. from bathing eyes.
Itching, burning and smarting in canthi.
Dryness of eyes in room, lachrymation in open air.
Recurrence of successive crops of styes.
Blennorrhea of lachrymal sac.
Itching in eyebrows.
Sensation as if sounds did not come through ears, but through forehead and brain.
Deafness: preceded by oversensitiveness of hearing; especially for human voice; from disposition to catarrhs; agg. after eating, or blowing nose.
Deafness of right ear from aural catarrh; mild conjunctivitis; dry throat; empty feeling in pit of stomach; swollen toes, with large corns, so that he had to slit his shoes; gleet of ten years' duration.
After scarlatina eleven years ago, gradually lost hearing; can hear loud noises, such as locomotive whistle, when near, but only with great effort voice in conversation; at times slight purulent discharge from ears; feeling of hunger at 10 A. M.
Impaired hearing; heat and heavy pressure on top of head, with soreness of brain extending to inner ear.
Hardness of hearing of long standing, with hissing and humming in ears.
Deafness; surging noise in right ear; agg. on excitement or moving; had rheumatism in Winter; agg. when warm in bed; at night, pain in face, comes on 11 to 12 P. M.
Frequent stoppage of ears, especially when eating, or blowing one's nose, also on one side only.
Undulating feeling in ears, as of water, or whizzing and roaring.
Sounds in ears: much ringing; swashing as from water; humming or hissing.
Something seems to have come before left ear.
Stinging, tearing and itching in left ear.
Sharp, shooting, stitching pains in ears, to throat.
Stitching, tearing, pressing pains in ears, from ulceration.
Violent pressure in ears on swallowing and sneezing.
Tingling in ears.
Otitis: in psoric patients with tendency to skin eruptions, coryzas, and cerebral congestion; from a furuncle in meatus; in children who suddenly cry out with pain, while they appear listless and unobservant, and where it seems doubtful whether irritation is in brain or in intestinal canal; in complication with meningitis or eruptive fevers; lancinating, stinging, tearing in ear, extending to head and throat, agg. by disturbance, musical sounds, and all noises, and human voice is heard imperfectly; chronic with a purulent discharge.
Discharge from both ears, dirty, very offensive; profuse, of a penetrating odor, at times causing an eruption about auricles; very much objects to have ears washed out.
For ten years has had otorrhea from both ears, resulting from scarlatina; constant discharge of a very offensive, sour-smelling odor, so disagreeable that stench could not be removed by washing or syringing.
Diphtheria a month ago, left her with a running of ears, eczematous eruption behind ears; discharge very fetid; dislikes to be washed; mucous discharge from nose.
Purulent offensive-smelling discharge from ears; eczema behind ears, bleeding from scratching; nose and left upper eyelid covered with crusts.
Fetid, thin, corroding discharge from ear.
Discharge from ears, every seventh day.
Purulent, offensive otorrhea, agg. in left ear.
Ears very red, with children.
Itching in external ear.
Smell before nose as of an old catarrh; as of old offensive mucus.
Pressure in right nasal bone, in evening.
Burning in septum of nose.
Crawling in nose, as in coryza.
Stoppage and dryness of inner nose.
At one time acrid fluid from nose, again dry and stiff as parchment.
On inside of nose, especially in alae nasi, great itching and feeling as if nose were swelled.
Itching and burning in nostrils, as if sore.
Coryza: with sneezing, chilliness, catarrh and cough; fluent like water, trickling from nose; with bloody mucus; distressing, dry; yellow, glutinous, strong-smelling; profuse discharge of burning water; fluent, burning, outdoors, stopped up indoors; with soreness and ulceration of nostrils; chronic, with loss of taste and smell.
Mucus passes down choanae. ~ Coryza. ~ Scarlatina.
Pains in nose, which is swollen, or ulcerated within, with yellowish, ropy fluid trickling from nostrils. ~ Scarlatina.
Secretion increases from day to day, runs freely from nose, and is blown into little crepitant bubbles. ~ Scarlatina.
Mucus removed by a handkerchief, wells forth again from nostrils, taking its way over cheeks, nose and lips, making them sore and red.
Nosebleed: for seven days; at 3 P. M., with vertigo, afterward nose sore to touch.
Bloody discharge when blowing nose.
Chronic stoppage, also of one nostril.
On blowing nose, a stinging pain, beginning in right side of nose and going up to forehead in middle line; swelling of a vein in forehead just above nose; darting pain in right knee, agg. when right leg is lifted to step, or when it is off floor while sitting, or if it is too far back in walking, or if she puts it too far back when sitting.
Two reddish growths in nose, as large as peas, stitching pains when touched. ~ Nasal polypi.
Ulcers and scabs in nose; bloody discharge on blowing nose; profuse nauseous saliva.
Dry ulcers, or scabs in nose.
Swelling and inflammation in nose; red nose.
Freckles and black pores on nose.
Shining red swelling of point of nose.
Wings of nose inflamed, swollen.
Herpes across nose, like a saddle.
Eczema narium, with piles.
Lipoma nasi, lobulated arrangement, no subjective symptoms, old cases.
Face: pale and collapsed, with expression of great anxiety, as if worn out by long suffering; pale, sickly-looking; pale, eyes sunken, with blue margins; flushed; spotted red, circumscribed redness of cheeks; freckled; sallow, yellow, rough; covered with cold sweat.
Tearing pain: in right half of face; in malar bone, also at other times in lower jaw, as if parts would be torn out.
Boring above root of nose.
Burning: in face and throat, without redness; recurring several times during day; seeming to rise from chest.
Painful pressure on malar bone, and beneath eye.
Pain in all three divisions of fifth pair of nerves, left side; exposure to cold, draft of air, worry or anxiety always brings on an attack; generally begins about 5 P. M., and lasts with little intermission three or four days; besides sharp dartings which occur every few moments, affected side of face is extremely sore and tender, while scalp is so sensitive that she can hardly bear touch of comb, and cannot find a pillow soft enough.
Sharp stabbing pains below left zygoma, at times darting up to side of head, implicating gums and dental nerves; teeth sound; chewing and talking very difficult, at times impossible; sleep greatly disturbed; pains come and go suddenly.
Pains extending up left side of face, teeth and head, stiff neck; face greatly swollen; pain agg. in cold air, amel. from warmth and walking about; agg. in evening; pain often comes on with a twinge when sucking teeth, and darts up side of head and then as suddenly leaves; at times pains shoot up to eyes, sometimes one side, sometimes other; pain in back of head as if scalp had been beaten.
Neuralgic pains in right infraorbital region, along course of right inferior maxillary nerve, down back of head and on both sides and back of neck; sight of right eye extremely dim, with profuse lachrymation and constant desire to rub eye to remove dimness; sense of heat on vertex and down back of neck; great tenderness of scalp, is so sore can scarcely touch it with comb; hair comes out in handfuls when combing; nervous, restless, fingers and feet moving constantly; restless desire to move, and while telling her story walks about room nervously pulling and rubbing her fingers; very miserable, and profoundly depressed, determination to commit suicide, but cannot make up her mind how; all cervical vertebrae extremely sensitive to pressure; slightest pressure on spinous processes agg. pain in infraorbital region, side of face, and side and back of neck, makes her shrink and almost leap from chair; feels as if air just in front of her were hot; cannot get a full, easy and satisfactory breath.
Since three months, pain in right side of face and head; pain commences in upper and lower jaw bones, extends to infra and supraorbital nerves and up side of head; comes on in afternoon, lasts three or four hours, and returns again late at night, continuing until 1 A. M., comes on again in morning and disappears before afternoon.
Pain comes on about noon and lasts till evening, pain centres in right temple; going up to top of head over eyebrow, below eye and down along inferior maxilla.
For two days, pain in right side of face and head, extending over jaw of that side and to top of head; comes on in evening, lasts all night, amel. toward morning.
For several days, pain all over lower jaw, extending to shoulders and supra and infraorbital nerves on both sides and over whole head; pain commences in evening and lasts all night, keeping her awake.
Severe intermittent pains in right side of head, for a month; pain commences over malar bone and extends backward over side of head, agg. at night; commences gradually at 9 P. M., becoming more severe till about 3 A. M., when at its height, is gradually subsides; also comes on at breakfast and lasts till 4 P. M.
After catching cold, neuralgia of jaws and temples, sometimes one side, sometimes other; at first, attacks come on at a regular hour at night, and lasted about an hour and a half; he then caught fresh cold, and pains were almost incessant, agg. during night; dull aching, often very severe.
Tic douloureux, right cheek; several decayed teeth on same side.
Erysipelas of face, following an attack of congestion to head, for which leeches were applied; eyes lustreless, sopor; fever irregular, begins with coldness of hands, then heat and sweat on forearms, thirst, rest of body dry, parchment-like; emaciation; debility.
Erysipelas, beginning at right ear and spreading over face.
Swelling of cheek, with pricking.
Acne; great itchiness and bluish color of face.
For three months, itching of face and scalp; bruised feeling there; twisting pains in abdomen; fluttering in chest; painful menses; leucorrhea.
Red spots in face.
Acne punctata, completely covering face.
Whole surface of forehead and cheeks red and scurfy. ~ After vaccination.
Eruption on face, crusta serpiginosa, with terrible itching; child scratched herself raw; agg. on cheeks and around eyes; hands and arms cold, swollen and bluish.
Excoriations, pimples, vesicles; violent itching, agg. at night; bleeding from scratching; diarrhea in morning. ~ Crusta lactea.
Whole face covered with a moist, much itching tetter, eruption thickest on nose, and about eyes.
Sore pain in oral commissures.
Glandular swellings on lower jaw.
Drawing jerking on left lower jaw.
A scabby ulcer, with burning pain on margin of lower lip.
Swelling of upper lip.
Swelling of lower lip, with eruption on it.
On internal surface of left lower lip, a group of greyish-white aphthae, rather painful.
Painful eruptions about chin.
Herpes at corners of mouth.
Bright redness of lips, particularly with children, complexion sallow.
Lips dry, rough and cracked.
Burning, twitching or trembling of lips.
Corners of mouth ulcerated. ~ Scarlatina.
Eczema impetiginoides, on nose and lips, of several years' standing; itching and burning terribly; nose and lips swollen, presenting a loathsome appearance.
Mentagra, commencing a year and a half ago, as a nodous, crusty eruption below nose, spreading gradually through whiskers, and finally to chin; nodous infiltration and pustules, with and without crusts; each pustules and node is pierced by a hair which sits quite fast; on pulling a few hairs out and examining the roots under microscope, found them thoroughly invested by microscopic fungus tricophyton.
Enlarged submaxillary gland; swelling as large as hen's egg, under ramus of jaw; gland tender to touch, painful on swallowing; skin covering it slightly red; constipation.
Great sensitiveness of teeth.
Teeth feel too long.
Tearing toothache on left side.
Pulsating and boring in teeth, agg. from heat.
Toothache coming on in open air, from least draft, at night in bed, from washing with cold water; with congestion to head, or stitches in ears.
Painful feeling of looseness of teeth.
Pain in teeth: drawing; tearing; throbbing; boring; boring, as with a hot iron; pressive; sticking, extending into ear.
Jumping pain in hollow teeth, extending to upper and lower jaw, or to ear.
Violent stitches through teeth from every cold drink.
Throbbing toothache after suppressed eruptions.
Swelling of gums: with throbbing pain; about old stumps.
Gums bleed and recede from teeth. ~ Scorbutus.
Abscess of gum, right side, lower jaw; hard round swelling from which there ooze pus and blood through a small opening at side of a carious tooth; right submaxillary gland swollen and painful; cheek swollen, painful, red, in streaks, especially directly over seat of abscess; mouth opened with difficulty; tearing pain in teeth.
Easily bleeding, fungous growth, looking like raw meat, recurring after excision, seeming to spring from cavities remaining after extraction of teeth, and growing to about same height as teeth; stitching pains in lower jaw; gums greatly swollen, dark-red; congestion of blood to head; fever toward evening; chill, fever with constant coldness of hands and feet.
Taste: sour; bitter; sweetish; bitter, or foul, when awaking in morning; bitter soon after eating; metallic; coppery; pasty; vinegary; sweetish; sour; putrid; sweet, nauseating.
Food tastes like straw or too salt.
Tongue: white, with red tip and borders; red and cracked; white or yellow; brown, parched, rough; furred in morning, but wears off during day; very dry, particularly in morning.
Burning pain on tongue.
On right anterior border of tongue a hard raised spot size of a lentil; on moving tongue, shooting pain in it.
A smarting blister on right side of tongue.
Bad odor from mouth: after eating; in scarlatina; sour smell.
Great dryness of palate with much thirst; is obliged to drink much.
Dryness of mouth: after eating; in morning on awaking; insipid, and sticky, in morning.
Heat in mouth and much thirst at night.
Saliva: collects even after eating; bloody; salty; sour; bitter; profuse, with nauseous taste.
Ptyalism, from abuse of mercury, during a fever, or in scarlatina.
Vesicles on palate, and ulcer on uvula, making eating and talking painful.
White or sore patches, similar to those of diphtheria; sore throat when swallowing, with redness and swelling of tongue and uvula. ~ Scarlatina.
Vesicles in mouth, with burning pain; vesicles on roof of mouth. ~ Scarlatina.
Exfoliation of membrane of mouth. ~ Scarlatina.
Blisters in mouth. ~ Scarlatina.
Stomatitis: whole mouth, tongue, and lips covered with aphthae; restlessness; greenish evacuations with severe tenesmus; emaciation; rash; excoriation of inner surface of thighs; pustular eruption on back, pustules containing thin, yellow pus.
Child grasps everything within reach and thrusts it into mouth.
Feeling of roughness in fauces and uvula.
Burning in fauces.
A hard ball seems to rise in throat, close pharynx and take away breath.
Sensation as if swallowing a piece of meat, during empty deglutition.
Sensation of a lump in throat.
Dryness of throat: exciting cough; at night; constant desire to swallow saliva in order to moisten affected parts.
Roughness in throat; scraping; hawking and clearing.
Rawness of throat.
Sore throat with swelling of cervical glands.
Choking and sensation of soreness in throat, as if tonsils were swollen, with stitches extending into ears, always on swallowing.
Sore throat, great burning and dryness, first right, then left side.
Violent sore throat with redness of tonsils, frequent coughing and dyspnea; agitation and sleeplessness.
On swallowing, pressive pain in throat, as from swelling of palate.
Stitches in throat on swallowing; painful contraction.
Burning coming up into throat, with sour eructations.
Sensation as of a hair in throat.
Coldness in throat during an inspiration.
Spasmodic contractive sensation in middle of pharynx, food will not go down.
Burning in pharynx, with sour eructations.
Rawness in fauces, with hoarseness and aphonia.
Needlelike stitches in submaxillary glands, which are painful to touch.
Violent stitches in swollen parotid glands.
Swelling of palate and tonsils, elongation of palate.
Whole back part of pharynx in a state of ulceration or sloughing; much nauseous saliva; after suppuration parts heal slowly.
Posterior walls of fauces look dry, dryness causing a constant inclination to swallow.
Frequently recurring and long lasting sore throat; throat, tonsils and uvula swollen; difficult deglutition; stitches in throat; sensation of a lump in throat; as if throat were too narrow; dryness and rawness in throat.
Enlargement of left tonsil.
Tonsillitis: after bursting of abscess parts remain irritated, and patient is slow in recovering.
Fauces, palate, and uvula bluish-red; considerable discharge of transparent mucus; continuous necessity to swallow and clear throat, which is painful, from constant irritation down to upper part of chest; agg. in evening, and raw air, and from cold food and drink; warm things are agreeable.
Diphtheria: yellow deposit about posterior wall of pharynx quick pulse; flashes of heat; faintness; sinking spells; complaining of closeness of room; sluggish cases; empty swallowing more painful than that of liquids; inflamed parts purple; dryness of throat; diphtheritic membrane yellowish, commencing on each side of throat, or on right side going to left; mucous membrane livid or bright red; tongue coated white with red border, or yellow as if sprinkled with sulphur; thirsty, but vomits everything; very restless, must move about in bed, but movements start chills on back, running from below upward; clammy, cold perspiration; shooting pains from back of neck into left ear; empty gone feeling in stomach; cold drinks do not agree with stomach; desire for beer; when the indicated medicine does not have the desired effect; useful as an intercurrent.
Appetite: excessive; canine; ravenous, obliged to eat frequently, if he does not he has a headache and great lassitude, and has to lie down; feeling of faintness with strong craving for food, at 11 A. M.; voracious children put everything they see into mouth, swallow everything, watch every one eating.
Complaints after eating, even a little.
He is hungry, but as soon as he sees food his appetite vanishes and he feels full in abdomen; when he begins to eat he is averse to it.
Loss of appetite: complete; nothing is relished; with constant thirst.
Drinks much, but eats little.
Violent thirst for ale or beer; longing for brandy.
Desire for sweets; diseases from eating sweet things, candy, etc.
Milk disagrees, causing sour taste and sour eructations.
Desire to imbibe alcoholic drinks, from morning until night (Sulphur tincture).
Aversion: to meat; to sour and sweet things; to smoking tobacco; to wine.
Eructations: generally empty, or tasting of food; sour; after eating; as soon as he presses on stomach; tasting of bad eggs; empty, every morning; empty, after eating.
Heartburn all day; waterbrash.
Severe heartburn; is afraid to eat anything but soup; emaciation.
Food rises into throat.
Regurgitations: sour; of food and drink.
Nausea: in morning; before or after each meal; during stool, in evening; qualmish, in morning; retching.
Vomiting: of food, especially in morning and in evening; first watery, then of food; bitter; sour; of blood in evening, of food at noon; in morning, with trembling of hands and feet; sour or bitter, with cold perspiration in face; chronic.
Sensitiveness to touch in region of stomach; even bedcover causes pain.
Weak, empty, gone or faint feeling in stomach about 11 A. M.
Fullness in stomach: and empty eructations; after eating but a little; as if puffed up; and swelling; with nausea and vomiting.
Pressure in stomach: after eating; at night; amel. by eructations; with headache, after midnight; causing anxiety at night, with palpitation; during menses; very violent, while lying down.
Heaviness in stomach; feeling of weight.
Burning in stomach: like violent heartburn; in morning.
Stitches in stomach: in pit of stomach on deep breathing.
Pain in chest for last eight years, like spasms and cramps, coming on generally before dinner, at noon, somewhat amel. by eating, getting agg. before tea, and ceasing on partaking of it; is then free from pain until midnight, when he is awakened by an intensely severe but short paroxysm; must lean against something for relief, must bend double; at height of paroxysm, arms and hands seem paralyzed; amel. from warm food; much flatulence and audible gurgling and rumbling in abdomen; symptoms appear to come on with slight dyspepsia, such as heartburn, etc.; tongue white, irritable looking; stomach acid. ~ Gastralgia.
Chronic cardialgia; constant pain in epigastrium and back; loss of appetite; constipation.
Pressing, constricting pains in region of stomach, agg. from eating; fixed stitching pain in left side of chest.
Constant bloating of epigastrium, with oppression of breathing, even in morning before breakfast, agg. after eating slightest amount of food; empty and sour belching, nausea, at times vomiting; constant pressure in stomach, and a periodical burning; constipation.
Gastralgia: pain in right hypochondrium extends over stomach to left; cannot lie on either side; when lying on back, pain spreads to chest under sternum, and hinders respiration; must get up and walk about; after repercussion of eruptions.
Pressing pain and swelling of stomach; some pain in back opposite stomach, coming on an hour or so after meals, causing difficulty of breathing and speaking, faint feeling, giddiness and weakness; feeling of coldness in centre of chest, which makes mouth water; for about four weeks cough only in morning while dressing, with easy green sputa; wakes with pain above left eye, increases gradually, is agg. from 2 to 5 P. M., then decreases gradually (but more quickly than it increased) after tea; sleepy during day; when stomach swells, cannot bear pressure of clothing; shooting from centre of chest to between scapulae, soon after meals, generally preceding pain in stomach; palpitation after meals.
Violent pains in stomach, sickness and vomiting of food soon after eating; pain agg. after eating; emaciation; a tender spot on spine at about centre of dorsal vertebrae.
Tight, crampy pain in stomach, preventing him from rising from a seat, and felt when laughing or sneezing, agg. waking in morning and attempting any muscular exertion.
For several years, a hard swelling could be felt in abdomen; abdomen greatly but regularly distended, as in ascites, region of stomach sensitive to pressure; when lying on back, a circumscribed hard mass, as large as two fists, could be felt in epigastrium, extending toward liver; at times severe tearing pains in intestines; flatulency and belching; watery diarrhea of four weeks' standing; anorexia; after eating, oppression of chest, bloating and pain in abdomen; pale, emaciated; febris lenta; menses regular, preceded by severe pains in lower abdomen; after Sulph. aggravation, followed by discharge of masses of mucus per rectum and complete cure.
Nocturnal heat; much thirst and desire for beer; pressure in stomach; urine like beer; no alvine evacuation; craves sour things.
Acute dyspepsia; food taken in morning distresses him all day; sour vomiting, especially after meals; irritating condition of scrotum every summer, until fourteen or fifteen years ago, after this all over body; when 18 years old, had boils in different parts of his body.
Cramp in stomach immediately after a meal.
Dyspeptic symptoms, from eating too rapidly; esophagus from cardia to pharynx ached incessantly, proceeding from place where she felt pressure.
Sore feeling in hypochondria, tender to touch.
In hepatic region, dull pain, accompanied by a little dry cough; pressing pain; stitches; fine burning stitches while sitting bent over.
Pressure in region of liver; wind accumulates in left side; feeling of weight in abdomen. ~ Chronic indigestion.
Swelling and induration of liver; increased secretion of bile.
Acute hepatitis; engorgement, enlargement and tenderness; protracted jaundice; stinging or aching pains in right side, tenderness on pressure; weight and heaviness; depression of spirits.
Fullness in region of liver; fullness and pressure across stomach, with distension of transverse colon; chronic diarrhea, has to get out of bed in a hurry; sometimes dizzy in morning, bed whirls when turning over at night; dizzy when going down stairs; constant inclination to sleep; neuralgia of liver, amel. by application of mustard, and by lying on painful side; faint and hungry by 11 A. M., disinclination to bathing; partial paralysis of muscles of left side of face.
Chronic inflammation, enlargement and tenderness of liver of fifteen years' standing; inclination to dwell constantly on her condition; tendency to fainting; menses either too early or too late, thick, blackish, acrid.
Icterus; skin has a greenish-yellow tint; lassitude; itching of skin at night; in psoric persons with or without hardness and swelling of liver; vomiting of ingesta or blood; pain in pit of stomach and right hypochondrium; abdomen bloated; stool constipated; sleeplessness; hectic fever; red lips.
Pain from stomach through to back, with a forcing asunder feeling in back; all action of bowels stopped; urine loaded with bile. ~ Biliary obstruction.
Frequent shoots in splenic region.
Movements of flatus cause painful sticking, especially in left hypochondrium.
Stitches in spleen agg. when taking a deep inspiration, and when walking.
Stitches in left side of abdomen when coughing.
Intestines feel as if strung in knots.
Griping about navel extending upward toward stomach, disappearing on emission of flatus.
Tension and pressure in umbilical region.
Pressure across, above navel, with little appetite; cannot sleep at night on account of it.
Pinching, constrictive pain about navel, while sitting.
Stitches in left side of abdomen on deep breathing.
Distension and hardness of abdomen.
Inflation of abdomen with wind; rumbling and gurgling in bowels.
Emission of flatus: especially in evening and night; having odor of bad eggs, or sulphuretted hydrogen; inodorous.
Rumbling and gurgling in bowels; painless diarrhea, driving patient out of bed at 5 A. M.
Rolling and rumbling in bowels as if empty.
Incarcerated flatus in left side of abdomen, with heaviness, fullness and constipation.
Movements in abdomen as of the fist of a child.
Anxiety in abdomen, followed by a feeling of weakness of feet, extending above malleoli, like an internal trembling.
Feeling of fullness and tension in abdomen; bearing down toward anus, and excessive tickling there; in morning; after eating; immediately after a little food, with dyspnea; as from incarcerated flatus.
Tension in abdominal muscles, could not readily straighten up.
Griping in abdomen: before morning stool; after stool; with diarrhea; at night; followed soon by a liquid motion, whereupon pain ceased.
Drawing colic during menses.
Pressure downward: toward anus; while lying in bed at night; as if a hernia would form, toward female genitals.
Colic, always after eating.
Sensitiveness of upper part of abdomen; clothes press disagreeably.
Feeling of soreness in intestines before stool.
Sore feeling in abdominal walls, as if muscles of abdomen and peritoneum had been bruised.
Sore pain in whole abdomen as if raw, particularly on taking a full breath, coughing on taking violent exercise.
Cutting in abdomen, loins, and sacrum, amel. from dry heat.
Big belly and emaciated limbs; children dislike to be washed.
Painful sensitiveness of abdomen to touch, as if internally raw and sore.
Awakens about 5 A. M. with cutting, colicky pain in abdomen, compelling instant resort to stool.
Colic after eating or drinking, obliging one to bend double, agg. from sweet things.
Cystic tumor just within abdominal walls, with pyogenic membrane, caused by heavy lifting; large quantities of serum and sanious pus discharged through a drainage tube; cachectic appearance; no appetite; great emaciation; diarrhea; stool brown, watery, frothy, at times undigested, painless, more frequent in morning and early forenoon; pulse 120, weak; wakeful at night, sleep disturbed by dreams.
Eczema umbilicale; soreness and itching about navel, so that child is continually picking at it, and augmenting trouble.
Itching eruption over abdomen.
Portal stasis: hemorrhoidal congestions; with indigestion, constipation, etc.
Incarcerated hernia (after Acon.).
Painful swelling of inguinal glands.
Sudden call to stool on waking in morning.
Desire to stool, with colic, awakes him about 5 A. M.
Constant urging to stool and to urinate, with evacuation of a few drops of blood immediately after urinating, and violent stitching in urethra, with apprehension and discomfort.
Thin stool every morning, with cutting in lower abdomen.
Soft stool with tenesmus and burning in anus, in evening; preceded by distension of abdomen, followed by emissions of hot, offensive flatus, with gripings in small of back.
Stools: soft and very thin; frequent, pasty; semi-liquid; brown, watery, fecal; green mucous; bloody mucous; undigested; frothy; sour; changeable; fetid; bloody in evening; green, watery; leaving pale green stain on diaper; brown mucous; white mucous; bloody in streaks; bilious; purulent; corrosive; sometimes painless; putrid; expulsion sudden, often involuntary.
Diarrhea: at night, with colic, tenesmus, watery white mucous stools, of sour smell; driving out of bed in morning, painless; fetid, watery, or involuntary; of scrofulous children; as if bowels were too weak to retain their contents; stools involuntary, with a sensation as if wind would pass; alternating with constipation; after taking cold; in damp weather; after taking milk or acids; during dentition; after ale or beer; from artificial food; during sleep; during pregnancy.
Abdomen distended; stools watery, flocculent, occasional lienteria, large and very offensive and passed by day and night, none, however, during morning hours; little or no fever; great thirst, particularly at night; urine passed frequently and in large quantities; great desire for meat, would scarcely eat anything else; cross and peevish; emaciation. ~ Marasmus.
Sudden attack of diarrhea, during heat of Summer; ten discharges in seven hours, watery, greenish; next day had twenty discharges in twelve hours, more frequent in morning, consisting of green, slimy, watery fluid; eyes swollen; lies very quiet and pale; in evening stool every half hour.
Diarrhea, stools only during sleep; if kept awake whole day, no stool occurred; stools of green and yellow mucus; stools sudden, would come before child could tell of it, though she invariably awoke before stool; aversion to bathing.
Diarrhea after midnight; painless, driving out of bed early in morning; as if bowels were too weak to retain their contents.
Several thin, watery stools, driving patients out of bed about 5 A. M., after which they had one stool every hour until 9 A. M.
Violent diarrhea every night; after midnight and later, five to eight times, with much painful urging; had to wait a long time, then it came as thin as water, slimy, bright yellow, and burning hot; slept and was amel. when waking at 5 o'clock; movements in bowels, rumbling and grumbling; amel. when sitting up; agg. when lying down; weak in legs; had not right kind of appetite, except sometimes in evening; tongue coated thinly white; he could not bear milk; after drinking beer he must vomit; after brandy burning aching, especially burning in abdomen; after eggs, and anything prepared with eggs, he must vomit; after a glass of wine with nutmeg, tearing and twitching in legs, heat and burning, especially in stomach, a tearing as if stomach were torn with pincers; burning rising in throat; stomach swells; after eating, eructation, which ameliorates; had sweat every night, especially in neck; distended veins.
Diarrhea acrid, excoriating anus, producing an eruption; emaciation; abdomen hard, distended; diarrhea after every cold.
Vomited night or morning; impaired appetite, feculent diarrhea, with undigested food, what he ate in morning; febrile symptoms, with prostration, languor and fretfullness; felt like a lump of ice in right chest.
After having a diarrhea checked with opium, a pain in belly; attempts to induce a passage from bowels produced vomiting, finally of fecal matter; whole lower belly swollen, in left side in region of sigmoid flexure, an elastic swelling, quite fixed, as large as two fists, and painful to pressure; rest of abdomen not sensitive to touch; tongue red, cracked and dry; pulse full, soft, not accelerated; much thirst and great weakness.
Stool of, first, small round lumps, very dark green, almost black, difficult, remaining part softer and larger; stool sometimes slips back when about to escape; with stool passes blood, sometimes bright, sometimes like jelly.
Diarrhea, with great emaciation, excessive prostration; child conscious, but lies as if unable to move; agg. between 10 P. M. and 1 A. M.; stools watery, putrid.
After childbirth, offensive-smelling diarrhea, frequent, with faint feeling before and after stools.
After stool, continued urging, anus swollen, sore, stitching and pulsating pain all day.
Chronic diarrhea; stools watery, greenish, like chopped eggs, painless, of a very offensive, putrid odor; belching, followed by vomiting; abdomen distended and hard in places; constant rumbling in abdomen; sleeplessness; thirst, constant desire to drink; great emaciation.
Diarrhea of eighteen months' duration, after suppression of gonorrhea by Bals. copaiva.
Great debility, can only sit up a few minutes at a time; pulse 100; skin sallow, dry; tongue coated yellow; bitter taste; no appetite; what little she eats occasions distress in stomach and bowels, especially latter; pain agg. about an hour after eating; bowels bloated and tender to touch; urine high-colored and scanty; lower limbs cold; burning pain in vertex; diarrhea agg. in morning, obliging her to get up usually before daylight; ten evacuations before noon, not more than two or three after that time until early morning again; stools undigested, frothy, yellow, watery; pain before, during and after stool; weakness and faintness after stool. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Smell of stool follows him all around, as if he had soiled himself.
Before stool: sudden and violent urging, driving out of bed; cutting colic; rumbling.
During stool: heat; warm sweat; rush of blood to head; chilliness; fainting; nausea; tenesmus; headache; soreness in abdomen; itching in anus and rectum; spasmodic constricting pain extending to chest, groins and genitals; cutting pains, agg. from pressure or bending backward; prolapsus ani; cramps in legs; burning in anus.
After stool: tenesmus; burning in anus; cold sweat on face and feet; excoriation about anus; soreness in whole intestines; pressure in rectum; prolapsus ani; child falls asleep as soon as tenesmus ceases.
Accompaniments to diarrhea: sleepiness in daytime, afternoon and after sunset; sleeping with eyes half open; wakefullness; awaking often; aversion to washing.
Dysenteric stools at night, with colic and violent tenesmus.
Dysentery: child was faint regularly at 11 A. M.; early morning aggravation.
Five or ten bloody stools in twenty-four hours, generally one or two at night; agg. always early morning; had to rise in a hurry at 6 A. M.: considerable straining and tenesmus; cold feet by day, burning of soles at night; faint and empty about 11 A. M.; feeble, cannot walk; has lasted four or five years. ~ Chronic dysentery.
Dysentery: after Acon. has removed acute symptoms, when tenesmus has ceased but blood is still discharged; when remedies have failed to act; during stool burning, cutting, pressing and prolapsus recti, cutting in urethra, catching of breath, palpitation, chills about lower part of body, afterward straining and throbbing in rectum, bruised pains and itching in abdomen, chills and lassitude; agg. early in morning, driving out of bed; faintish feeling in pit of stomach about 10 or 11 A. M.; passages make perineum red all around anus; frequent relapses, child seems to be doing well when, without any apparent cause, it gets agg.
Sulphur follows well after Nux vom., especially when agg. at night; discharge of blood, slime and pus, with fever, loss of appetite, pain in bowels often so violent as to cause nausea and drenching perspiration; fever consists of dry heat without thirst. ~ Dysentery.
Cholera infantum, generally begins after midnight; diarrhea and vomiting; discharges from bowels watery, green and involuntary; sometimes smell sour, at other times very offensive; vomiting frequent, often sour, with cold perspiration on face; face pale, fontanelles open; hands and feet cold; child lies in a stupor with eyes half open; not much thirst and entire suppression of urine; psoric patients prone to eruptions, and excoriations; hydrocephaloid symptoms.
Cholera Asiatica; as a prophylactic, a pinch of the powdered milk of sulphur worn in stockings in contact with soles of feet; diarrhea commences between midnight and morning, with or without pain, with or without vomiting, ineffectual desire to evacuate; diarrhea and vomiting at same time; numbness of limbs, cramps in soles of feet and calves; blueness under eyes; coldness of skin; indifference of mind; during convalescence, red spots, furuncles, etc.; susceptibility to temperature, warm things feel hot; nerve symptoms.
Stool, with a sensation as if something remained, and as if stool had been insufficient.
Chronic constipation; bowels had not moved for years without aid of purgatives; dull feeling in brain; heaviness on top of head; weak, hungry feeling in stomach before dinner; burning of soles of feet at night.
First part of stool in small round lumps, very dark green, almost black, difficult; remaining part softer and larger; stool sometimes slips back when about to escape; with stool passes blood, sometimes bright, sometimes like jelly.
Constipation, especially in hemorrhoidal and hypochondriac persons; in pregnant women and newborn; alternating with diarrhea; with paralysis; with skin trouble.
Frequent unsuccessful desire for stool; first effort is painful; is compelled to desist.
Constipated stools: hard, knotty and dry, as if burnt; insufficient; chestnut or olive-shaped; flat; like sheep's dung.
After constipated stool: prolapse of rectum; lancinating pains from anus upward; stinging, sore, burning, itching, pulsating pains in anus.
Passage of fetid flatus; smelling like rotten eggs.
Burning and pressure in rectum.
Constant bearing down in rectum; feeling of fullness.
Cutting in rectum during normal stool.
Violent stitches in rectum, especially in evening.
Violent sticking in rectum even when not at stool, taking away breath.
Crawling and biting in rectum as from worms, while sitting, in evening.
Itching in rectum.
Throbbing pain in rectum.
Passes blood with stool for two years, since he had scarlatina; prolapsus of rectum for three weeks; hemorrhage has been agg. for last month; easily tired; restless at night; pain in back; overexertion will bring prolapsus and bleeding; stools very dark, almost black.
Hemorrhage per anum, looks blanched and bloodless, with a passive flow of blood from anus; almost pulseless, lips pale and quiver; talks and answers questions only in a whisper. ~ Cirrhosis of liver.
Rectocele; stools flat and thin.
Increased congestion of hemorrhoidal vessels.
Hemorrhoids: painful and bleeding; regular, hard stools; tongue coated; bad taste in mouth; appetite good, but everything turns sour; much wind in bowels; aching in pit of stomach, making her faint; must exercise hard, then feels amel., when sitting or lying down, faint; despondent.
Hemorrhoids so large and painful that he could not stand up; constipation, with continual urging in rectum; frequent involuntary discharge of mucus and feces covered with blood; stitching pains from anus upward; painful tension in anus and small of back preventing rising or walking; loss of appetite; sleepless at night; every four to eight weeks swelling of hemorrhoids and discharge of blood.
Piles, now internal, at first external; during and after stool throbbing, burning, smarting in piles and shooting upward, catches breath; also dull aching in coccyx and sacrum, extending around side of pelvis, lasting seven hours after stool; stool once in two to four days; pain makes her feel faint, trembling, sick, inclined to move about, hot and as if she would lose her senses; pain at anus amel. when standing than lying.
Shooting pains in anus, with heat and soreness; sleeps lightly and awakens very often; falls asleep when he attempts to read; least exertion fatigues him; pain in left pelvis extending to foot of that side, agg. when sitting after a long walk; at every stool, which is not hard, passes much blood. ~ Hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids, moist, blind, or flowing dark blood, with violent bearing-down pains from small of back toward anus.
Suppressed hemorrhoids, with colic, palpitation, congestion to lungs; back feels stiff as if bruised.
Piles with chronic hemorrhages from bowels, great itching and sore feeling of anus; burning and intolerable itching of anus at night; cannot sleep from itching.
Large hemorrhoids, violent burning and sticking in anus; pressing in rectum during and after stool; it feels full.
Sore feeling at anus and escape of moisture; itching in skin surrounding anus.
Burning in anus: after sitting a while; after soft stools in evening.
Pressure and burning in anus.
Constant bearing down toward anus; forcing down after sitting.
Aching in anus.
Frequent stitches through anus.
Itching in anus.
Itching in perineum with soft stool.
Swelling of anus with burning itching.
Bleeding from anus.
Discharge of liquid from anus, followed by feces at night during sleep.
Involuntary discharge of moisture from anus followed by itching.
Feeling of soreness of anus and exudation of a viscid, slimy fluid.
Excoriation about anus.
Burning, tearing and itching in rectum and anus, with feeling of fullness; cannot bear to have hemorrhoidal tumors washed; constant desire to scratch parts.
Lancinating pain from anus upward, especially after stool.
Pulsating pain in anus all day.
Itching, burning and stinging in anus.
Anus swollen, with sore, stitching pains.
Broad flat condylomata in anus.
Thread-worms with stool; ascarides; lumbrici; taenia.
Violent pain in region of kidneys after stooping a long time.
Retention of urine.
Frequent micturition, especially at night; large quantities of colorless urine after hysteria.
Burning in orifice of urethra, during micturition.
Redness and inflammation of orifice of urethra.
Painful desire, with discharge of bloody urine, requiring great effort.
Mucous discharge from urethra.
Stream of urine much thinner than usual; intermits.
Urine: profuse, colorless; scanty; reddish; very offensive; turbid; greasy pellicles upon it.
Constant desire to urinate; a few drops pass involuntarily.
Great desire to urinate, with burning in urethra.
Hard pressure upon bladder.
A feeling in urethra as if he were constantly obliged to urinate.
Burning in urethra.
Pains in urethra as in beginning of gonorrhea.
In morning on passing water, flying shoots in urethra.
Painful shoots in urethra, with rigor.
Stitches in forepart of urethra.
Itching in urethra.
Weak, slow stream of urine from paresis of sphincter vesicae.
Desire to urinate comes suddenly and is imperative; if not gratified, urine passes involuntarily.
Hemorrhage from urethra.
Irresistible desire to urinate on seeing water running from hydrant (Canthar. and Lyssin). ~ Irritability of bladder.
Diabetes; morbus Brightii.
Haematuria; stitching and burning in urethra during micturition.
Frequent urging to urinate, but only a few drops are discharged, accompanied by severe cutting pains in vesical region and burning sensation in urethra; urine escapes slowly in drops from urethra; pains continue after urination; urine brown, turbid, slimy, depositing a tenacious mucous sediment; loss of strength and weight.
Constant painful urging to urinate, with frequent discharge of a few drops of urine, with increase of pain and followed by drawing pain along ureters, compelling her to bend double; thirty to forty efforts to urinate in twenty-four hours; urine brown, turbid, depositing a mucous sediment; dyschesia; complaining mood; loss of appetite; fever toward evening; great lassitude.
Four years ago while on a journey wanted to urinate, but suppressed it for the time, and when finally he wished to urinate could not pass any; only after several days'catheterizing was enabled to pass water, but always with excessive tenesmus, so that he had to try it twelve to twenty-four times in a day.
Chronic irritability of bladder; must rise several times at night to urinate, and rush from his work during day to relieve bladder, at risk of wetting his clothes if he did not yield to urgency of case; profuse sweats at night.
Involuntary urination at night, for two years; scarcely a night passed without his wetting bed; disagreeable sensation of hunger, with flushes of heat, about 11 A. M.
Enuresis: pale, lean children, with large abdomen, who love sugar and highly seasoned food, and abhor to be washed; micturition copious after midnight.
Urine excoriates parts.
Both flow of urine and discharge of feces are painful to parts over which they pass.
Coldness of penis; weak sexual power; impotence.
Involuntary discharge of semen, with burning in urethra.
Increased sexual desire, with stitches in testicles; chronic prostatitis after gonorrhea.
Too quick discharge of semen during coition, or before erection is complete, or before he succeeds in inserting penis.
Testicles relaxed, hanging down; soreness and moisture of scrotum, or offensive sweat of genitals.
Itching of prepuce.
Waning of sexual desire from overindulgence, with weakness of back and threatening paralysis.
Offensive sweat about genitals.
Prepuce and glans penis icy cold.
Burning and redness of prepuce.
Stitches in penis.
Itching on glans penis.
Pressure and tension in testicles and spermatic cords.
Itching at mouth of urethra as at commencement of gonorrhea; of great value in second stage.
Chronic gonorrhea, with shooting burning pains, or without pain, with discharge of white or yellow acrid mucus.
Inflammation of urethra, and especially prepuce, with acrid discharge.
Inflammation and swelling, with deep rhagades, burning and redness of prepuce with phimosis.
Deep suppurating ulcer on glans and prepuce, with puffed edges.
Phimosis, with discharge of fetid pus.
Discharge of prostatic fluid after micturition and stool.
Mercurial syphilis; itching ulcers which are soon covered with a crust, discharging pus from underneath; cocks-comblike excrescences on glans, soft, spongy, easily bleeding; excoriations on genitals with burning; copper-colored spots on forehead; hard, large inflamed buboes.
Chancre, phagedenic, destroying lower half of glans penis; paraphimosis; ulcer consists at first in numerous little specks of pus, sievelike, dispersed, gradually unite into one whole; sudden eruption of varicella syphilitica over whole body (followed by Cinnab.).
Chancres, with boardlike hardness of red and swollen prepuce.
Ulcer on dorsum of penis; discolored, greenish crust; not much pain.
Fistula urinaria, after gonorrhea, edges indurated, discharge of pus and urine from fistula; formication in rectum, tenesmus, burning during stool; constipation.
Scanty, light yellow discharge from urethra; burning on beginning to urinate and during coitus; hemorrhoids, with pains in head and back; itching and stitches in anus, constipation, flatulency. ~ Gleet.
Varicocele, continuous relaxation of scrotum.
Hydrocele, in a boy aet. 5, for several years; tumor large, very tense and shining, prevents running and playing; general health suffering.
Old discharging buboes which do not heal.
Moist excoriation about genitals.
Soreness and moisture of scrotum; soreness between thighs when walking.
Chronic enlargement of prostate gland.
Fetid perspiration on genital organs, with soreness and excoriation destroying most of hair, painful in walking, with thickening and induration of scrotum.
Sterility, with too early and too profuse menses.
A weak feeling in genital organs.
Sore feeling in vagina during an embrace.
Pain alternating between eye and ovary; pains from ovarian region to back.
Continued bearing down: in pelvis toward genitals; congestion to uterus.
Labor-like pain over symphysis.
Uterine pains, running from groins to back.
Moroseness and apprehension with uterine pain; menses two days too late, with anxious and uncomfortable feeling.
Cancer of uterus; offensive, corrosive, ichorous leucorrhea; sensation of heat in crown of head; coldness of feet, or burning in soles of feet at night; flushes of heat, pass off in a perspiration with faintness; remarkably weak at pit of stomach from eleven in morning until noon; violent burning in vagina, with painful soreness during sexual intercourse.
Prolapsus from reaching high; prolapsus, with pain in hypogastrium, in right side especially.
Prolapsus uteri; metritis; dropsy of uterus.
Uterine discharge, watery, whitish, copious, in gushes and scalding; sometimes thicker, whitish-yellow, staining napkins a mustard yellow, with yellow granules like crushed mustard-seed and of fecal odor.
Leucorrhea, greenish-yellow, excoriating parts.
Chronic leucorrhea, thin and very profuse, or scanty, yellow, causing burning and smarting of vulva and thighs.
Hot flushes at climacteric period, with hot head, hands and feet, and a great goneness in stomach.
Menses: too early, too profuse, last too long; every fourteen to eighteen days, lasting eight days, discharge scanty, dark; dark, putrid, clotted; thick, acrid, makes thighs sore; smelling sour; pale; too late, of short duration, or suppressed; late, with constipation and distended abdomen; scanty, recurring at long and variable intervals; absent four months; suppressed, causing congestion to other parts.
Menorrhagia; profuse, with liability to miscarriage; has not been well since her last miscarriage; strong-smelling perspiration in axillae; heat in sacral region; dull aching in ovarian region; hunger at 11 A. M., cannot wait for dinner; inflation of abdomen every afternoon; sleep restless, feet cold.
Dysmenorrhea; spasmodic pain in hypogastrium, as if intestines were strung up in knots, scanty flow, with colicky pain in small of back.
A young lady, unmarried, had not menstruated for a year, although she did not in any way feel unwell.
Amenia in scrofulous constitutions, tendency to papular skin eruption, or portal and pelvic congestion.
Girl, aet. 19, menstruated but once ten months ago, no reappearance of flow; after Sulph. regular menses.
Before menses: headache; cough, in evening; nosebleed; leucorrhea; itching of vulva; lumbar pains; cramp in splenic region; restless and anxious; headache; toothache; heartburn; cough, in evening in bed; night sweat.
During menses; nosebleed; rush of blood to head; weak, faint spells; colic; irritability; day-sleepiness; pressure in forehead; vertigo; excitement of circulation; palpitation; epistaxis; sore throat; lassitude and heaviness of feet; pressure in epigastrium; labor-like pains in abdomen and back.
Burning in vagina, scarcely able to keep still.
Violent itching of clitoris and vagina. ~ Nymphomania. ~ Pruritus vulvae.
Troublesome itching of vulva, with pimples.
Leucorrhea: very profuse, pudenda sore and burning; milky; smarting like salt, must scratch till parts bleed; agg. at night, must rise and bathe parts; mucous, a fortnight before menses; yellow, excoriating, accompanied by palpitation during motion, followed by burning in abdomen; preceded by cutting or pinching around navel; agg. in morning after rising; scanty, acrid; mild.
Ascarides of vulva.
Swelling of mamma.
Nodosities in mamma.
Nipples cracked, stinging and burning, bleeding when nursing; areolae covered with yellowish scales oozing acrid fluid, itching and burning in night.
Scirrhus of breast.
Promotes expulsion of moles.
Pelvic sufferings, with flushes of heat and weak, fainty spells.
Morning sickness of pregnancy, not amounting to vomiting, with faint, sickish spells during forenoon; profuse salivation, taste of which causes nausea; aversion to meat; craving beer or brandy.
Constant nausea, vomits everything that is taken into stomach; obstinate constipation; heat on top of head; faintness at pit of stomach; icy-cold feet.
Cramps in calves, hot flushes, weak, faint spells; burning of soles; must put them outside of covers or in a cool place.
Feels hungry and faint about 11 A. M.; cannot wait for dinner.
Labor: frequent weak, fainty spells; wishes to be fanned: wants more air; flushes of heat and cold feet.
After-pains begin in sacrum, pass around pubes and run down thighs.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Swelling of right breast as large as a hen's egg, after an attack of erysipelatous mastitis; surface of swelling covered with excessive granulations; severe itching; discharge of thin, sanious pus.
Suppuration of mamma, with chilliness in forenoon, heat in afternoon; inflammation runs in radii from nipple.
Soreness of nipples.
Nipples cracked, sore, bleeding, burn like fire; deep cracks at base of nipples, as if they would drop off.
After nursing, nipples smart, burn and bleed; chapped nipples.
Hemorrhoids during pregnancy and in childbed.
Hoarseness: evening or morning; roughness of voice, with dryness of throat and burning on swallowing; in morning, with irritation of throat.
A rough nasal sound, like snoring, in trachea.
Voice rough, hoarse, with much mucus on chest; aphonia.
Talking excites pain and fatigues whole body; shooting pains through left chest to back.
Chronic aphonia on a psoric basis.
Complete aphonia; hoarse, suffocating cough, with smarting in chest, when coughing. ~ Sequel of pneumonia.
A boy, aet. 10, sudden aphonia; emaciation; aversion to everything sweet.
Great hoarseness, gradually ending in complete loss of voice.
Suddenly awakes from sleep with a cry, cannot breathe, face bluish, eyes projecting from head, throws arms above head, trembling and rigidity of limbs; after a minute, rapid whistling respiration and cough, face gets pale, cries, is greatly prostrated; attacks agg. after crying or getting angry. ~ Spasmus glottidis.
Drawing and dryness in larynx at times.
Perfect aphonia; with harassing dry cough, preceded by hoarseness; cough caused by constant pricking, and itching or tickling in left side of larynx; coughs, particularly at night in bed, after midnight until 2 A. M.; hacking all day, with frequent paroxysms of cough; loss of smell and taste; coughs always after eating; subject to these attacks since childhood, each lasting usually two or three weeks. ~ Laryngitis.
Chronic laryngitis; cough in evening before and when going to bed; catarrh of mucous membranes; disposition to skin affections; suppressed eruptions.
Catarrh, with fluent coryza, chilliness, rawness of chest and cough.
Cough of several weeks' duration, with soreness of upper portion of chest and slight whitish expectoration; agg. during day and in evening when lying down; cough occasioned by an itching sensation in bronchi, accompanied by retching; hot flushes; cold feet; faint and hungry at 10 A. M.; rheumatic pains in knees and hips at night, with soreness and coldness; itching of skin on retiring. ~ Acute bronchial catarrh.
Night sweats and cough with copious expectoration of blood streaked mucus; fever and cough; hoarseness; a sensation as of ice in chest when chilled, or perspiration is checked. ~ Bronchitis.
Chronic bronchitis, with arterial and venous vascular irritability, great impressionability of skin, which suffers from slightest atmospheric variation; in rheumatic, gouty, herpetic and scrofulous individuals, also when seemingly well-indicated remedies refuse to act.
Dilatation of air tubes and putrid sputa.
Shortness of breath: and oppression on bending arms backward; from talking much; when walking in open air; in evening in bed.
Feels suffocated; wants doors and windows wide open; particularly in night.
Labored, heavy breathing; audible beats of heart.
Asthma at night.
Asthma: attack every eight days; has rough, harsh hair; stooping posture; hunger and weakness every day at 11 A. M.
Asthmatic attacks following swelling of hemorrhoids; chest oppressed, constricted; nightly attack of suffocation; great anxiety, rush of blood to chest, sudden cessation of respiration, gasps for air, jumps out of bed for relief; several attacks every night, followed by palpitation.
Asthma: alternating with fits of gout or attacks of lepra and psoriasis.
Asthma, arising from suppressed eruptions, especially itch; or from suppressed chronic discharges; periodical, spasmodic stinging in back; congestion to chest; comes on in sleep, when turning over in bed, or in evening.
Rattling in chest, agg. after expectorating.
Cough: dry, choking; short, dry, with stitches in chest, or under left scapula; dry, with hoarseness, dryness in throat, and watery coryza; with much rattling of mucus in chest; loose, with soreness and pressure in chest; with expectoration of thick mucus; with rattling in trachea, hoarseness; with expectoration of greenish lumps of sweetish taste; caused by roughness in throat; short, in evening, while sitting asleep; when going to sleep, with heat in head and face, and cold hands; only at night; with shooting pains in chest; caused by rawness in larynx; woke him from sleep at night; dry, with hoarseness, dryness of throat, and fluent coryza of clear water; short, dry, violent, with pain in sternum, or stitches in chest; excited by tickling in larynx, as if caused by down, evening and night without, morning and day with, expectoration of dark blood, or of yellow, greenish, purulent, or milk-white watery mucus, usually of sourish, sometimes putrid, flat, or saltish taste, or like offensive discharge of an old catarrh; dry, a long time in evening in bed, before falling asleep.
Expectoration of bloody pus.
Dry cough, for seven weeks, agg. at night; tosses about at night; kicks off covers; much itching of nose; itching over body, agg. at night; great thirst.
For four months, cough with salty expectoration; pain in head from nape to eyes; feels sick at times.
Following pleurisy, a cough for nearly two years; in pleurisy had great sinking of stomach; cough only on lying down in daytime, not severe, always ending with a little easy expectoration.
Cough ever since a child; hollow, hard, like a stroke of a sledge-hammer on a piece of timber; short, dry shock, in paroxysms, racking her to pieces.
Chronic, severe dry cough in evening in bed and in morning; hoarseness, voice deeper than usual; agg. in cold, damp weather; sensation as of something in larynx, followed by cough and expectoration of mucus.
Chronic cough, agg. at night; wheezing in chest; child coughs like an old man; feet and hands cold; pain in chest; disease confined to large bronchial tubes.
When coughing: headache as if bruised or torn; sometimes vomiting; hoarseness; soreness in trachea; constriction of air passages; sensation as if lungs came in contact with back; pressing, tension, cramplike pain, cutting, stinging, soreness and bursting pain in chest; pain in sternum; jarring of chest and abdomen; reverberation in crown of head; bursting pain in head, amel. by pressure, during cough; cervical pain, epistaxis, palpitation; rattling; retching and vomiting; paleness with cold hands; sleeplessness; night sweats; hypochondriac pains; pains in abdomen, back, hips and legs; discharge of feces; convulsions.
Chronic bronchial catarrh, with excessive collection of mucus or muco-purulent matter, with loose rattling cough and easy expectoration, especially in daytime; at night mucus is more tenacious and raised with difficulty; becomes easy in morning; patient very sensitive to rainy weather, feels least change.
Spasmodic whooping cough: two paroxysms in quick succession; successions follow each other rapidly; suppressed and choking, without being pronounced; with tickling in larynx as if caused by down, evening and night; expectoration of dark blood, or of yellowish greenish, purulent, white, watery mucus; sour, or putrid saltish taste; face becomes pale during paroxysms: frequent relapses without any known cause; third stage.
Aggravation of cough: from afternoon to midnight; from cold; cold damp weather; in open cold air; driving in an open wagon; after sleep; lying upon side; standing; talking; after eating; from highly seasoned food; vinegar and other acids; before menses.
Anxiety in chest.
Weakness of chest when talking or reading aloud; during evening, while lying down.
Weak feeling in chest, could get her breath only with difficulty.
Fullness in chest before menses, is frequently obliged to take a deep breath.
Sensation as if lungs touched back.
Feeling as if a lump of ice were in right chest.
Oppression, heaviness and pressure in chest.
Oppression of chest with stitches in left side.
Pain in chest as if strained, with oppression.
Chest painful on moving arm.
Pain in upper part of chest as if he had fallen upon it.
Pains in whole thorax.
Pains in chest from overlifting, or after inflammation of lungs.
Burning in chest, rising to face.
Pain as if chest would fly to pieces, when coughing or drawing a deep breath.
Roughness and soreness in chest.
Pain in sternum; aching.
Violent cramp in chest.
Tightness of chest as if something had grown fast; constriction; occasional shootings.
On taking a deep breath, chest feels constricted.
Tightness and constriction of chest on bringing arms together in front.
Painful constriction of chest.
Tormenting shootings behind lowest rib of left side, toward back, agg. by breathing deeply.
Shooting in left side of chest through to back.
Thrusts in left chest toward heart, which took away her breath; great thirst at night.
Stitches in right side of chest, through stomach and pit of stomach.
A stitch extending from right side of chest into scapula.
Painful shattering stitches shoot into right chest.
Stitches in left chest when breathing.
Stitches through chest, extending into left scapula; agg. lying on back and during least motion.
Flying stitches in left side of chest, agg. by walking quickly and going up stairs.
Stitches in sternum.
Sensation of coldness in chest.
Burning pain all around left side, below heart and across stomach, agg. evenings; it sometimes extends down as far as kidney; it causes him to shake all over; hands, legs and whole body tremble; retching, frequent aching in forehead, increasing with pain in sides, latter agg. every third night, lasts two or three hours, and gradually leaves him; often feels it when drawing a deep breath. ~ Remittent neuralgia of chest.
Severe acute pain deep in left lung, outside of nipple; agg. in evening.
Congestion of blood to chest.
Dry cough, oppression of chest, emaciation; daily expectoration of red, frothy blood, particularly in morning; voice hoarse; painful pressure beneath sternum and in region of stomach; occasional stitches in left side; after suppression of an eruption. ~ Haemoptysis.
Neglected influenza and pleuritis; dull stitches in right side and severe oppression of chest, so that he cannot talk, on taking a deep inspiration, or coughing; respiration difficult; pulse weak, small.
Yesterday morning cough, afternoon feverish or hurried breathing, also last night; this morning cough, which sounds loose; pulse 184; skin hot; palms and body perspire; breathing very rapid, could not well be counted, as it was interrupted every few seconds by cough, it was certainly 72; tongue dry; sibilous all over chest, especially lower right lobe; crepitation in both lower lobes: chilly yesterday; no alae nasi movement except when she voluntarily moves them; breathing very loud when lying on right side, less loud when lying on left; during cough noisy escape of flatus per anum; left chest dull on percussion. ~ Pneumonia.
Three days ago several chills lasting till afternoon; then intense heat agg. in evening, with headache and thirst, calling for frequent mouthfuls of cold water; great restlessness during night; next morning when heat had somewhat subsided pulse 112; during heat it was 130; paroxysms of heat came every two hours without any more chills; congestion of lower half of left lung and lower two-thirds of right lung, very distinct; marked dyspnea; short, troublesome cough; anxious and distressed for breath. ~ Pneumonia.
Four days ago shivering, heat, severe stitch in side, dry exhausting cough, distressing heat at night, with thirst and anxiety; diarrhea; then fever, circumscribed redness of cheeks, moist coated tongue, rapid short breathing, left side less raised during respiration than right; percussion sound on left side posteriorly as far as fourth rib tympanitic, and from fifth rib downward dull; increased vocal fremitus; on auscultation consonating rale and indeterminate respiratory murmurs at fourth rib; from fifth rib downward strong bronchial respiration; on right side superiorly and posteriorly feeble but distinct crepitation, and in upper part of chest respiration was sharp and expiratory murmur distinct; pulse 100, hard; cough frequent; expectoration moderate in quantity, tough, adherent, without bubbles and colored with blood; urine scanty, turbid; giddiness on rising; general heat, especially of head; prostration; pain in all limbs; anxiety; urgent thirst; dryness of mouth; pappy taste; want of appetite; nausea; stabbing pain in left chest, on least movement; coughing on breathing deeply. ~ Pneumonia.
Pneumonia, with hepatization after violence of fever has abated; before red hepatization and afterward grey hepatization; dry hacking cough especially at night; severe dyspnea and suffocation, agg. at night, with stitches and soreness on coughing, stitches in chest, dullness in mind, stupidity, forgets what he has to say; cannot make an exertion to think; almost complete hepatization of both lungs. ~ Typhoid pneumonia.
Pneumonia, badly treated cases; hepatization or abscess, with pale, cold, damp skin, emaciation, hectic fever, swelling of extremities; purulent sputa, quick, weak pulse.
Pneumonia: left lower lung; can lie on back or left side, not on right fanlike motion of nostrils.
Pneumonia assumes a torpid character with slow solidification; rattling in chest; frequent weak, faint spells and flushes of heat; feels suffocated, wants doors and windows open; constant heat on top of head.
Torpid typhoid pneumonia, with short rapid breathing, a mere heaving of chest; cough and expectoration nearly impossible; patient responds sluggishly, comprehends slowly; agg. about midnight.
Neglected or occult pneumonia in psoric patients, threatens to terminate in tuberculosis or in phthisis pituitosa.
Pneumonia passes through its first stages normally and then remains stationary; deficiency of reaction; absorbs infiltration and prevents suppuration.
Left thorax overfilled with pleuritic exudations, not a trace of respiratory murmur; vertebral column strongly bent to right side; wall of thorax perforated near left nipple; decided fluctuation and formation of abscess, which broke and discharged a large quantity of pus; after a week cannot get a trace of respiratory murmur; everywhere dull sound on percussion.
Pleurisy (after Acon.) acute, plastic form.
Parenchymatous pleuritis after removal of febrile eruptions; at termination of process of exudation and to render innocuous those parts of exudation which are not absorbed; pleuritis in course of acute articular rheumatism, or articular gout; fibrous pleuro-pneumonia.
Hydrothorax, with sudden arrest of breathing at night in bed when turning, going off when sitting.
Sensation of fullness in chest, alternating with a sense of weakness in evening on going to bed; eruption on arms, which are numb after scratching; quite costive; feels hungry 10 A. M.
Since an attack of pleurisy about twenty years ago, pain in left lower thorax, back and front, as if something fell forward on turning over on right side when lying; if she continues to lie on right side it feels as if it pressed against front lower chest; if she still continues in that position, there is also heat in part affected; pressure causes dyspnea when lying on right side.
Pressure and tension in chest and in region of stomach; sensation as if chest were too narrow, frequently draws shoulders back to overcome this and to get air; has had several attacks of haemoptysis; salty-tasting, purulent blood-streaked expectoration; hemorrhoids; sleep restless, dry heat prevents him falling asleep, much thirst at night. ~ Phthisis.
A boy, aet. 7, sickly since a long time, fevered at night, slept badly, restless whole night; upper parts of superior lobe of lungs without respiratory murmur, empty, dull percussion sound; exudative condensation of lung tissues.
Difficult expectoration of small quantities of muco-purulent matter; night sweat; forenoon chills followed by mild hectic; dullness in apex of left lobe extending down to third intercostal; bronchial rale, with distinct voice sounds; pain in chest from front, back into shoulder blade; small cavity in this part of left lobe. ~ Phthisis.
Cough so severe as to cause retching, extreme prostration, paleness of face and cold sweat on forehead; stitches in various parts of chest on coughing; cough agg. at night, constant as soon as he closes his eyes; expectoration profuse, purulent, of very offensive odor; appetite poor; extreme prostration; copious night sweats; despairing mood. ~ Phthisis.
Severe harassing cough, with thick, yellow, purulent expectoration; thirst; night sweats; hectic; pulse 125; loss of appetite; hurried respiration; oppression on chest and occasional looseness of stools, running off in painless diarrhea, cold, clammy hands and feet and stinging in same, with flashes of heat and coldness throughout body; ears discharge profuse offensive pus; chronic ulceration of external meatus with perforation and complete destruction of drums.
Tuberculosis of lungs; especially indicated as a preventive when there are congestions to head and chest; dry, teasing night cough; breath hot; pain like a rivet through upper third of left lung to scapula; sweats; flashes of heat; burning of feet, with desire to uncover them.
Rush of blood to heart.
Palpitation: anxious; in evening in bed; and fluttering of heart; without anxiety, at any time of day; during stool; violent at night, on turning in bed; violent and rapid on falling asleep; when going up stairs or when climbing a hill; visible.
Sensation as if heart were enlarged.
Stitches in region of heart, or in right side of chest, at night, while lying on back, on slightest motion.
Short stitches in precordial region.
Pericarditis; pericardial effusion; exudation.
Stitches in cardiac region, agg. taking a deep breath.
Sharp pain at heart going through chest, to between shoulders; especially with dyspeptic symptoms.
Cutting pains about heart as with knives, which decrease or increase, last a few hours, with redness of face, followed by general coldness; attacks only when waking up.
Has been sick over a year; failing appetite and diminishing strength; skin very yellow, like icterus; six months ago began to complain of palpitation whenever he took exercise; edema on both sides of tibia; for a month confined to bed, slightest exercise caused dyspnea and palpitation; insufficiency of mitral valve; (received Quinine, Strychnia, Arsenic, Digitalis, Bromide of Potassium, etc.), debility and sleeplessness increased; stomach retained no food or drink; nausea continued, had not slept for five nights, great emaciation; very weak; dyspnea caused by talking even in a low voice; could only lie on back; when he turned head, he heard a noise in right carotid artery, as from escaping steam; skin dry; mouth and throat very dry, not amel. by drinking; frequent, scanty micturition; urine pale; constipated; aversion to food; aversion to light; pulse feeble, 140.
Pulse: full, hard and accelerated, at times intermittent.
Great orgasm of blood, with violent burning in hands.
Shootings in sternum
Does not walk erect; stoops or bends forward in walking or sitting; morning sweat after walking.
Seven years ago noticed a deep yellow spot, size of a silver dollar, on left breast; now covers her person from hips to neck; inordinate hunger from 10 to 11 A. M. ~ Chloasma.
A keloid on sternum which had a diameter of one and one-half inches, and an elevation of one-tenth of an inch; it was hard and shone like mother of pearl and pained at times; man suffered from enteritis, which by bad treatment had become chronic.
Glands of neck swollen.
Stiffness of neck: in nape, with paralytic sprained pain; with cracking of vertebrae on bending head backward.
Tearing and tension in left side of nape, before midnight, after waking feels as if too short; in morning must cry out with pain; amel. during rest.
Drawing pain in nape of neck and scapulae.
Stitches: in nape of neck, on stooping; in cervical muscles; beneath scapulae, which take away breath, and do not permit stooping; in scapulae.
An itching tetter on nape of neck below hair.
Pressive pain in back, beneath scapulae, in evening.
Tensive pain between scapulae while lying or moving.
Pain in small of back: could not walk erect, was obliged to walk bent over; violent only on stooping, tensive as if everything were too short; on rising from a seat; gnawing; after heavy lifting and taking cold at same time; violent, as if bruised, also in coccyx; tiresome feeling, as if bruised; stitches.
Sticking pain in lumbar vertebrae with every expiration.
Stitches transversely across small of back.
Pain in back as if sprained, or from a false step.
Sensation as if vertebrae were gliding one over the other when turning in bed.
Stiffness, now in back, now in hips, painful on turning over in bed; obliged to hold breath.
Pain in back on stooping.
Pulsating stitches in region of loins and kidneys.
Pain in loins; urine thick, dark; pains in chest; hot sweats; flatulence.
Piercing pain and tension in sacrum.
Cannot lie on her back on account of rush of blood to head. ~ Nightmare.
Finds himself, in night, lying on back.
Does not walk erect; stoops or bends over forward in walking and sitting.
Large goitre, interfered with respiration, caused oppression when ascending heights or walking quickly; snoring during sleep,; for past year chills, night sweats, and difficult expectoration; stammering and deafness; after vaccination pustular eruption on head.
Woman, aet. 60, removed a mole from left shoulder; an ulcer two inches in diameter was result, a year later; had been treated with ointments; sore, intolerant of water, heat in vertex; distressing headache a “breeze of pain” as it was called.
Constant backache for several years.
For seven weeks, constant pain in small of back, agg. from motion and stooping, disturbing sleep at night; pain as if he would have to sink down, shooting, stitching, causing a sensation of lameness in thighs; can hardly walk; must lie on left side at night; hands cold. ~ Lumbago.
Burning and tensive aching between scapulae; heat on top of head; palpitation of heart; sleeplessness; remedies do not seem to take effect. ~ Myelitis.
Child, 3 years old, of psoric constitution, dorsal inflammation, and an ill-conditioned ulcer, two inches in front of spine, and one inch above spine of ilium, with hard, elevated edges, no granulations, deep and long enough to receive half of a hen's egg divided longitudinally, from edges of which were growing twenty or thirty black and coarse hairs.
Tabes dorsalis; unsteady gait; great debility and trembling; limbs go to sleep.
Pott's curvature; muscles soft and flabby; great prostration; well-marked curvature in lumbo-dorsal region.
Spinal curvature occurring after suppression of scabies by ointment.
Angular curvature and abscess in a child, aet. 8, result of a fall; great and rapid emaciation; violent hectic; skin hot and dry, covered with fine rash; thirst; inflamed eyelids; constipation; no appetite; urine scanty and high-colored; breathing difficult, especially inspiration; neuralgic pains in thoracic and abdominal walls, extending from back; abscess discharging large quantities of pus daily (had been punctured); hump prominent and increasing very fast.
Curvature of spine, vertebrae softened.
Pain as if sprained, or as if bruised, in left shoulder.
Rheumatic pains in shoulders, especially in left.
Lacerating pains in shoulders and shoulder joints, especially at night.
Pain in left shoulder as if luxated, or bruised.
Pressure, like a weight, in shoulder when walking in open air.
Drawing pains in shoulder joint, arms and hands.
Stitches extending from shoulder into chest, on motion.
Stitches beneath right axilla.
Weakness of upper arm, could not raise it.
Jerking pressure in deltoid muscle.
Perspiration in armpits, smelling like garlic; offensive to patient.
Sensation as if something heavy were hanging on upper arm.
Heaviness and tension in humeri.
Arms pain as if beaten.
Drawing and tearing pain in arms and hands.
Sensation as of a mouse running up arms and back before a fit.
Scabs on right arm. ~ Eczema.
Irritating rash on arms for two months, pustular, on elbow apparently from contact with coarse shirt; in some parts patches like lichen; in others linear appearance of psoriasis.
Erysipelas under left elbow; joint very painful, skin hot, very red and infiltrated; arm sensitive, slightest motion agg. pain; headache; thirst; restless sleep; constricting sensation in throat; pulse small and thin; erysipelas extending from elbow all around to extensor side of forearm, and continued to progress to upper arm, showing at first a pale reddish hue, which finally became darkened and reached its acme in production of vesicles of different size; enormous tension and swelling of skin with excessive burning pain; extension of redness upward, copious hemorrhages from blisters, which turned black and dried up slowly; spread steadily upward; soon reached shoulder, and began to radiate toward neck and head; pulse became still smaller and sensorium not quite free; excessive prostration.
Stiffness of wrists, especially in morning.
Pain in wrist as if sprained.
Tremulous sensation in hands when writing; cold trembling hands.
Burning of hands.
Crawling in hands.
Psoriasis inveterata, with dry, scaly eruption on backs of hands; intense itching when warm; after scratching relief, followed by burning and at times bleeding; knuckles crack; at night in bed, feet burn, is obliged to put them in a cool place.
Rhagades on hands, especially between fingers, on finger joints and in palms.
Perspiration of hands, and in palms of hands.
Hands covered with sweat, particularly palms.
Pain in flexor surface of right middle finger as from a sticking splinter.
Pain as from sprain in first joint of thumb.
Cramp in three middle fingers.
Burning in balls and tips of fingers.
Stitches in tips of fingers.
Crawling and prickling in tips of fingers, very acute, agg. on hanging arms down.
Pain in end of finger like a brier sticking there; redness and swelling so painful she had to desist from work; burning and stinging, amel. in cold water (Apis had been given without relief).
Panaritium in left index finger; pus collected beneath nail which soon came off and was succeeded by a thick, yellow distorted one, from beneath which pus continued to discharge; point of finger swollen, shining, yellowish-white; frequent severe stitching pains; pain on touching nail; whole hand at times as if lame.
Panaritium affecting thumb: great swelling and inflammation; formation of pus around and beneath nail; intolerable throbbing and boring pains, agg. at night.
For three weeks, whitlow on left forefinger, whole finger inflamed, last phalanx contains pus along its entire extent, except at dorsum; shooting pain in ulnar surface of last phalanx, throbbing all along finger, aching to axilla and scapula; burning in whole finger, it is very tender; sleep disturbed by pain; amel. by cold water, holding arm up; agg. by letting it hang down and from hot water; a lump as large as a marble in ulnar side of bend of elbow, with aching in it; often has hangnails; has had five whitlows in nine years.
Deadness of fingers in morning.
Thick, red chilblains on fingers.
Cracking and chapping on finger joints.
Erysipelatous swelling of fingers with numbness.
Cold hands and feet.
Coxalgia after catching cold; leg longer than sound one; gluteal fold sunken; foot on affected side thrown forward, and is supported by great toe.
Sudden cramp like very painful jerks about hip joint.
Tensive pain in hip joint on walking.
Drawing pain in left hip.
In morning violent shooting pains in right hip joint, compelled him to keep his bed, as he could not raise himself, nor move without greatest effort; shooting extended through right half of pelvis and down right femur, avoided knee and reappeared as severely in foot.
Shooting pains in hip in evening, extending to upper third of thigh, agg. when at rest, amel. by motion and pressure.
Pain in left hip as if bruised, or luxated.
Dull, heavy pain in right hip extending to knee, producing lameness, soreness and tumefaction; tendons forming lateral boundaries of popliteal space contracted, hard and sensitive to touch, making it difficult for her to touch heel to floor; sense of confusion and fullness in head; heat and weight in vertex. ~ Rheumatism.
Pain in posterior muscles of thigh while sitting.
Soreness between thighs, especially on walking.
Cramp in thighs.
Drawing and bruised pain in thighs.
Middle of thigh as if broken.
White painless, elastic swelling of right knee; no heat.
Doughy swelling of right knee, especially above patella; pain on pressure; cannot straighten leg on account of pain.
Periodical, transient, shooting pains in left knee; constant pain agg. in paroxysms, in left hip joint, agg. walking, from external pressure, and especially by pushing leg upward toward hip joint; affected leg one inch longer than sound one, flexed at knee and thrown outward; limping gait.
Cramplike pressure in hollows of knee, extending to ankles.
Pressure in left patella and knee joint.
Violent drawing and tearing through knees and tibia, especially in evening, does not know where to lay legs.
Tearing and a feeling as if sprained in left knee.
Stitches in knee.
Stitching pain in right knee extending to toes, agg. after midnight, then so severe as to cause spasmodic twitchings; burning in knee; knee and leg swollen; severe pain on inner surface of knee from least touch; constant severe chilliness, not followed by heat; stool hard.
Stiffness in knees and cracking.
Tightness in hollows of knees, as if too short on stooping.
Pain in knees as from stiffness, on rising from a seat.
Knee red, swollen, painful, has a doughy feel, synovial fluid in surrounding cellular tissue; feels agg. at night in bed, when it burns and itches; amel. moving about, agg. keeping quiet, with stiffness when beginning to move. ~ Gonitis.
Swelling of right knee; every Summer is troubled with an eruption on one hand, terribly itching and burning after scratching, agg. at night, spreads up arm to shoulder; knee pan feels elastic, as if some fluid were in joint; burning pain during rest.
Dropsy of knee joints; subacute and chronic synovitis.
Sciatica: subacute and chronic; pain in small of back; stitching drawing on rising from a seat; tensive pain in hip, agg. on left side; drawing down limb, with sensation as if bruised; limb feels heavy, as if paralyzed, agg. walking; knees rigid; feet swollen.
Bruised sensation in lower extremities.
Drawing pain in lower extremities in morning and evening in bed.
He puts lower extremities out of bed on account of tearing pain in them.
Heaviness and weakness of limbs when walking.
Pains in limbs are greatly agg. by heat and at night.
Arthritic swelling of joints, with cracking on motion.
On going to sleep, one leg is suddenly drawn up, and shot out again, partially rousing him.
Inclined to cramp in leg, on stretching out foot.
Tearing in legs from knees to feet, while walking and sitting.
After convalescence from pneumonia, pain in both shins, especially left, agg. when standing; outer side of left lower leg swelled; boring pain in left lower leg, like a gimlet going from just below knee to ankle.
Ulcer on tibia in a man broken down by rheumatism and strong drink.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Erysipelas of legs.
Chronic abscess at head of tibia, with serous discharge.
Cramps in calves and soles, particularly at night; looseness of bowels. ~ Asiatic cholera.
Cramps in calves: while dancing; when walking; in stretching out legs; at night; in morning in bed.
Weary pain in calves, at night in bed.
Enlarged vein in right calf for last six days, with aching, tingling and burning in it.
Stiffness of ankle joints.
Pain as from a sprain in left ankle on standing and walking.
Ulcer of more than two years' duration on left leg, above outer malleolus, as large as a quarter dollar, with areola much swelled, very hard, dull purplish red; stinging pains; scanty watery discharge; before appearance of ulcer had much rheumatism, amel. in Winter, agg. before a storm; feet hot at night, keeps them out of bed.
A deep ulcer on inner side of right ankle, discharging thin ichor of bad odor; some swelling about ulcer.
Swelling and redness of inner side of right foot and right inner malleolus; part very tender; sharp darting pain from right inner malleolus, going up to knee, and down along instep toward toes; agg. by standing on it with foot flat; can stand a little on toes.
Aching, drawing, tearing pains in feet.
Tensive pain in right foot, after dinner and in morning.
Drawing in feet extending up to hips, with cracking of joints on every movement.
Great heaviness of feet, especially of ankles.
Stitches: in ball of right foot.
Burning in feet, wants to find a cool place for them; puts them out of bed to cool them off.
On putting feet to ground prickling in balls of feet, as if it would draw toes down.
Children kick off clothes to cool their feet.
Sensation of cold feet, though they really are not cold.
Cold feet and hands; cold soles.
Feet cold, or covered with cold sweat.
Intense icy coldness of feet; agg. when head is congested.
Herpetic eruption on foot, from a blow received six months ago; heals and then breaks out again.
Ulcer on instep.
Chronic badly smelling feet; gnawing empty feeling at pit of stomach an hour or so before dinner; dry, burning heat in soles at night, even when cold through day; had itch suppressed by Sulphur.
Sticking, crawling in right heel.
Cramp in soles of feet at every step.
Burning in soles: on stepping after sitting a long time; and itching, especially on walking; wishes to find a cool place for them, puts them out of bed; wants them uncovered.
Soles cold and sweating.
Pressive pain and soreness on inside of great toe.
Sudden sharp cutting pain from behind forward in left great toe; also shoots as from a fine needle.
Sharp shoots as from a blunt nail, in rapid succession, at root of nail of great toe.
Cramps in toes on stretching out feet.
Red, shining swelling of toes.
Eczema under toes.
Itching in toes that had been frozen.
Pain in corns.
Corns and frost-bite; had not been able to wear boots for two years; feet very sore, tender, swollen, inflamed; burning, boring and stitching pains.
Redness and swelling of chilblain, with tendency to suppuration; chilblain thick, and red, with cracks on joints; itching agg. in warm bed.
Trembling of limbs, hands and feet, with weariness and prostration.
Unsteady gait; tremor of hands.
Limbs go to sleep easily.
Tearing in limbs, muscles and joints, from above downward.
Weariness, cracking, swelling of joints.
Arthritic swelling and heat.
Pains in knees, ankles and elbows, every night about 11 P. M., continuing till 7 A. M.
Gouty or rheumatic complaints, with or without swelling.
Pains in limbs, agg. when covered with feather covering.
Severe inflammation of joints, much redness, swelling, and excruciating pain on motion; all joints may be successively attacked; is apt to begin in feet and pass from them successively to upper joints; pains decidedly agg. at night. ~ Rheumatism.
Chronic rheumatism; stiffness of joints, and pain in lumbar region.
In second stage of articular rheumatism, where deposits are to be removed; feet in particular are affected and very stiff.
Chronic rheumatism; podagra; tearing, stitching pain or when after Bryon., stitch-pain leaves and a dull, aching, pressive pain remains; sleeplessness; hot head and cold feet.
Bursae, hard or soft, inflamed; feeling of formication.
Eruption of minute, almost confluent vesicles, on arms up to elbows, and on legs below knees, on no other part of body; excessive pruritus, agg. scratching; for three weeks harsh, dry cough, agg. at night; spells almost continuous, cough provoked by tickling in throat below glottis; constant sensation of weight in centre of sternum, with a heavy, dull, aching pain; has pains at times in lower edges of pleura.
Chilblains, thick and red, with cracks on joints.
Corns with aching and stinging pain.
Hands and feet cold; or palms and soles burning hot.
Rest: head symptoms agg.; caries of bones of cranium agg.; amel. pain in nape of neck; shooting pain in hip agg.; agg. pain in knee.
Sitting: heaviness of head amel.; vertigo; head symptoms agg.; hunched, in brain affections; bent over, stitches in hepatic region; pain about navel; rumbling and grumbling amel.; pains in anus agg.; burning in anus; forcing down in anus; pain in posterior muscles of thigh; tearing in legs; restlessness.
Standing: vertigo; amel. hemorrhoids; pain in shins agg.; on foot flat, agg. swelling of foot and ankle.
Can only lie in one position, with occiput drawn far backward.
Lying: heaviness of head; occiput as if hollow; very violent pressure in stomach; rumbling agg.; hemorrhoids agg.; weakness of chest; on right side as if something fell forward in thorax; pain between scapulae; constantly moving feet; chilliness amel.
Lying on back: hard mass in epigastrium; stitches through chest into left scapula; stitches in region of heart or in chest; rush of blood to head; assumes position in sleep.
Lying on painful side: neuralgia of liver amel.
Likes to lie with head low: hydrocephalus.
Lying with head high: heaviness and dullness amel.
Stooping: heaviness of head; rush of blood to head; vertigo; headache; stitches in forehead agg.; pricking across forehead agg.; head symptoms agg.; pain in region of kidneys; when walking or sitting; stitches in nape of neck; pain in back; tension in bends of knees.
Must bend double: painful urging to urinate.
Motion: disagreeable from heaviness of head; of head amel. stitches; headache agg.; cannot bear, with headache; head symptoms agg.; caries of bones of cranium amel.; eyeball painful; lids tense; noises in ears agg.; amel. hemorrhoids; soreness between thighs; agg. stitches through chest; stabbing pain in left chest; pain between scapulae; agg. pain in erysipelas on arm; agg. shooting pain in hip joint; amel. shooting pain in hip; amel. pain in knee; cracking of joints; in bed, chilliness.
Walking: painful, with sick-headache; pressure upon bladder; pain in face amel.; prevented by hemorrhoids; agg. stitches in left chest; tensive pain in hip joint; soreness between thighs; agg. pain in hip joint; sciatica agg.; heaviness and weakness of limbs; tearing in legs; cramp in calves; burning in soles; weariness disappears; lassitude; sleepiness; in open air, sweat; in open air, sticking itching.
Moving arm: chest painful.
At every step: cramp in soles of feet; burning in soles.
Regularly protrudes and retracts tongue.
Raising head: heaviness and fullness agg.
Nodding head: as if brain were beating against skull.
Bending head backward: cracking of vertebrae.
Bending arms backward: shortness of breath and oppression.
On bringing arms together in front: tightness of chest.
When turning over in bed: asthma; as if vertebrae were gliding over each other; stiffness in back agg.
Talking: fatigues whole body.
Dancing: cramp in calves.
Stretching out feet: cramps in toes.
When right leg is lifted to step: pain in knee agg.
Stretching out foot: cramp in leg.
Rising: limbs totter; rising from seat prevented by pain in stomach; pain in small of back agg.; stiffness and pain in knees; sciatica agg.
Ascending: confusion and dullness of head; headache; stitches in left chest agg.; palpitation; oppressed respiration, with goitre.
Going down stairs: dizzy.
Writing: tremulous sensation in hands.
Feels tired and used up; not rested in morning.
Weariness disappears on walking.
Lassitude: in morning; in evening; after walking, with sleepiness.
Weakness: after a short walk; after a stool; in afternoon.
Exhaustion of whole body; extreme faintness; uneasiness.
Uneasiness and excitation of nervous system; could not sit long; even while lying was constantly moving feet.
Uneasiness in blood; orgasm.
Unsteady gait, tremor of hands.
Cannot walk erect, stoop-shouldered.
Great debility and trembling; talking fatigues.
Weak, faint spells, frequently during day, after nursing or night-watching, with great sleepiness.
Excessive prostration and rapid emaciation.
Great prostration with entire loss of appetite and general coldness of surface.
Weak, fainting spells frequently during day; feels very faint and weak, with a strong craving for food, from 11 to 12 every morning.
Child easily fatigued; sits bent forward; refuses to stand long, but crawls about.
Since an attack of diphtheria five years ago, exhaustion on least exertion; nausea or vomiting in morning; attacks of diarrhea occasionally; micturition frequent and painful; urine turbid; complexion sallow and pallid.
Excessively sensitive to open air and will not be washed; very much inclined to take cold.
Hysteria: she comes out of her spasms feeling very happy, everything seems very beautiful to her; discharges a large quantity of colorless urine.
Child jumps, starts and screams.
Frequent spasmodic jerking in whole body.
Lays her head upon table; sighs and groans; unconsciously slides to and fro upon bench; struggles with her limbs; throws herself upon floor and rolls about; falls into a sleep and wakes up well.
Spasms set in with twitching of hands, then general convulsed movements of body and limbs; sensitiveness of abdomen, felt even in stupor which followed spasm, causing wincing from firm pressure over right ovarian region; face red, spotted; had complained for several days of a violent pain in vertex.
Spasms after suppressed eruptions; often removes tendency to convulsions.
Chorea; in chronic cases, particularly after suppressed eruptions; frequent spasmodic jerking of whole body; tremor of hands; unsteady walk; peevish, irritable, obstinate; faint and hungry spells at 10 A. M.; soles of feet burn.
Epilepsy since infancy in a boy aet. 4; attacks occur at periods varying from three to six months; often has severe attacks in rapid succession; comes in after playing and running, leans head against a chair and complains of headache; feels tired and exhausted; falls asleep with jerkings, and anxious starting in sleep, which is followed by a fit; froth at mouth, eyes set, throws hands above head, and grows stiff; trembling of limbs; attacks last some minutes with only slight remissions; body jerks, legs rapidly drawn up and extended with force, thumbs clenched; coldness of extremities; blueness around mouth; attacks preceded by vertigo, soporific sleep, gritting of teeth, nausea and vomiting; unconscious of what has happened.
Epilepsy for six days; as many as twenty-three fits in one night; convulsions confined to upper extremities and trunk; head moving about in all directions, but mostly to side; trying to rise; eyes constantly moving up and down; foaming at mouth; hands clenched, thumbs not turned in; both arms nearly in position of right arm when standing at guard in boxing, and trembling as if in a shaking chill; lower extremities unmoved and rigid; convulsions began in left side and went to right; now more frequently they are reversed.
Aet. 18, good health until eighth year, when he was suddenly seized with epileptic fits; sometimes had three or four paroxysms a day, seldom passing twenty-four hours without one; produced by sudden noise, touch or excitement; contracted itch at school when about 8 years old, which had been repelled by external treatment; eruption disappeared almost immediately after application of ointment, and within three weeks thereafter had his first fit; after taking Sulphur, an eruption, resembling small boils, appeared, sometimes painful, and when touched would throw him into a spasm; febrile symptoms increased and finally assumed a typhoid form.
Had fallen from a ladder upon back of his head ten years ago; three days after fall, an epileptic fit, repeating ever since at intervals from five days to six weeks; before each fit aura from hands into head; fits mostly in morning, one to two hours after rising; on days of attack two diarrheic stools, otherwise stool normal; after fit sour taste in mouth and dejected spirit; during well time every morning throbbing, pressing pain in front of head; restless sleep; in air, during windy, cold weather, jerkings in arm and about mouth, without a fit, amel. in warm room; when a child was subject to scrofulous eruptions; grandmother and stepbrother were epileptic.
Epilepsy, three or four attacks a week; general health and strength much deteriorated, cannot walk much, memory had quite failed him, has become partly an imbecile.
Epilepsy of five years' standing.
Epilepsy; before spell crawling and running as of a mouse up back and arms, or a sudden feeling as if a mouse were running from right foot up leg to right side of abdomen; after attack, which consists of various convulsive motions, he wipes tears from his eyes; soporous sleep; great exhaustion; jerking in arms and about mouth in cold air; chronic cases of psoric taint; suppressed itch.
Paralysis of left leg; could not bear to have head raised from pillow; constipation; paralysis; everything appears dark to her; sinking sensation; lay coiled in bed.
Involuntary stool, with retention of urine and partial paraplegia, after miscarriage.
Palsy, from repercussion of eruptions.
Totally disinclined to rise from bed in morning; not refreshed by sleep.
Sudden jerking of limbs when going to sleep.
Child kicks clothes off at night.
Yawning and sleepiness during day.
Dropsy in afternoon and after sunset; wakeful at night.
Irresistible drowsiness in daytime; wakefullness at night.
Sleepiness in evening, but night is full of unrest, tossing, nervous excitement, orgasm of blood; pains of various kinds and but little sleep throughout night.
Difficult falling asleep: on account of great flow of thoughts; with inclination to perspire; with itching on skin.
Wakes as with fright from a fearful dream, and after waking was still occupied with anxious thoughts, as of ghosts, from which he could not free himself.
Anxious, frightful dreams of dead and dying; speaks, weeps and shouts in her sleep, so as to wake herself, and after waking remains long in a confused state.
Much sighing and groaning in sleep.
Sleeping with half-open eyes.
Frequent turning over in bed without waking.
Wakes up at 3, 4 or 5 A. M., and cannot fall asleep again.
Screaming out in sleep; lamentation and moaning; talks loudly.
Dreams of fire and death.
Heavy, unrefreshing sleep.
Jerks and twitches during sleep.
Awakes with a start or scream.
Easily awakened, takes short naps.
Finds himself in night lying on his back.
Has happy dreams, wakes singing, is very happy.
Dreams: vivid, anxious, as if pursued by wild beasts; vivid, comic, with loud laughter, continued for some time after waking; vivid, believing she sits on chamber causes her to wet bed; horrible, with great palpitation; that he has been bitten by a dog; that he is falling.
About an hour after he falls asleep he suddenly starts up and screams; leaps out of bed and runs about like a maniac; wrings hands, sweats profusely and trembles.
Crying attacks at night in a child aet. 8 months; would have to be carried most of time; cried agg. if it approached fire; rubbing head seemed to quiet it.
Aggravation after a long-protracted sleep; diarrhea and fever, agg. after sleep.
Morning: dullness of head with pressure in forehead until noon; confusion of head; vertigo; after rising, headache; throbbing headache; diarrhea early; cold feet; when waking, sensitiveness of vertex; on waking, lids agglutinated; pains in eyes sharp and sticking; photophobia agg.; sees halo around artificial light; dryness of eyes following lachrymation; burning of eyes; burning in edges of lids; sensitiveness of eyelids; itching of lids; lids drawn together spasmodically; diarrhea; taste foul and bitter; tongue furred; tongue dry; mouth sticky; nausea; vomiting; pain in stomach agg.; fullness and tension in abdomen; griping before stool; stools undigested, more frequent; vomiting; dysentery agg.; on passing water, flying shoots in urethra; leucorrhea agg.; sickness of pregnancy; hoarseness; irritation of throat; stiffness of wrists; deadness of fingers; shooting pain in hip joint; in bed, cramp in calves; tensive pain in foot; tired, not rested; epileptic fits; in bed, dry heat; hot head, glowing face; sweat, profuse on itching parts; sweat during sleep.
Toward morning: sweat.
At 3, 4 or 5 A. M.: wakes, cannot fall asleep again.
At 5 A. M.: painless diarrhea, driving out of bed.
At 6 or 7 A. M.: sweat, after waking.
At 8 or 9 A. M.: every second day, febrile attacks.
At 9 or 10 A. M.: febrile attacks, postponing ten to fifteen minutes each day.
At 10 A. M.: pain at left eyebrow to superciliary ridge; feeling of hunger; faintish feeling.
Between 10 and 11 A. M.: gone feeling.
At 11 A. M.: weak, empty, gone or faint feeling in stomach; hungry and faint, in pregnancy.
Forenoon: confusion of head; children feel faint; sick spells in pregnancy; chilliness with suppuration of mamma; chills, followed by hectic.
Afternoon: headache; lids burning with flow of tears; pain in face comes on; heat, with suppuration of mamma; weakness; drowsy.
At 2 P. M.: sharp pain in eye.
At 3 P. M.: nosebleed with vertigo.
All day: heartburn; pulsating pain in anus.
During day: sad, lachrymose attacks of melancholy for a few moments; hypochondriac mood; pressive pain over eyebrows; headache lasts; redness of eyes; chilliness; could not see anything with left eye; sleepy; cold feet; drowsiness.
Toward evening: febrile heat.
From 6 to 8 P. M.: chilliness in back.
At 11 or 12 P. M.: pain in face comes on.
Evening: dullness of head; confusion of head; morbid ideas agg.; sudden sadness; merry; anxiety in bed; tearing in vertex; pricking across forehead; feet hot; sensitiveness of scalp agg.; photophobia agg.; dull aching and weight in eyeballs; itching of eyes; pressure in lids; pressure in nasal bone; pain in face agg.; toward, fever; throat and chest painful; nausea during stool; vomiting; vomiting of food eaten at noon; emission of flatus agg.; burning in anus; bloody stools; stool every half hour; stitches in rectum; crawling in rectum as from worms; burning in anus; hoarseness; cough before and when going to bed; shortness of breath in bed; asthma; burning in left side agg.; palpitation; pressive pain in back; shooting pains in hip to thigh; drawing and tearing through knees and tibia; lassitude; drowsiness; chilliness; in bed, burning hot feet; sweat; sweat, most on hands; in bed, itching and prickling of skin.
Before midnight: tearing and tension in nape of neck.
About midnight: typhoid pneumonia agg.
Night: dullness of head; rush of blood to head; violent headache; awaking with heat and anxiety; throbbing pain in head; pressive pain in occiput; headache awoke her; sick-headache agg.; pains in eyes agg.; restless first part; agglutination of lids; diarrhea and tenesmus agg.; could distinguish light with left eye; pain in side of head agg.; neuralgia of jaw and temples agg.; itching agg.; in bed, toothache; heat in mouth and much thirst; pressure in stomach, with palpitation; emission of flatus; griping in abdomen; pressure downward while lying in bed; diarrhea; great thirst; vomiting; dysenteric stools; itching in anus; during sleep, discharge of liquid feces; frequent micturition; wetting the bed; must rise several times to urinate; profuse sweat; smarting leucorrhea agg.; pain in nipple agg.; asthma; feels suffocated; distressing heat; dry, hacking cough of pneumonia agg.; palpitation; pain in shoulders; pain in panaritium agg.; in bed, pain in knee agg.; itching eruption on hand agg.; pains in limbs agg.; cramp in calves and soles; weary pains in calves; pains of rheumatism agg.; wakefullness; chilliness; heat over whole body; sweat about knees, all over body, with restless sleep; sweat on nape and occiput; itching over whole body; burning in parts on which he lies; itching, has to walk floor nude.
After midnight: smarting on inner side of lids; pressure in stomach; diarrhea; cholera infantum begins; cholera Asiatica; copious micturition; until 2 A. M. cough; pain in knee agg.
Wants doors and windows open. ~ Asthma. ~ Pneumonia.
Susceptibility to temperature; warm things feel hot. ~ Cholera.
Indoors: emptiness in occiput amel.; nose stopped up.
Slightest atmospheric variation: agg. chronic bronchitis.
Open air: after walking, dullness of head; rush of blood to head agg.; vertigo; sudden sadness; emptiness in occiput agg.; head symptoms agg.; walking, pressure in eyeballs; when looking sharp, lachrymation; burning coryza; toothache comes on; shortness of breath agg. when walking; chilliness as if naked; sweat when walking; walking, sticking itching.
Warm room: rush of blood to head amel.; dejection agg.; headache agg.; eyes dry.
Exposure to cold draft of air brings on attack of pain in fifth pair of nerves.
Raw air: throat and chest agg.
Least draft: toothache.
Wishes to be fanned: during labor.
Warm bed: itching in chilblains agg.
Is obliged to uncover feet.
Feather covering: agg. pains in limbs.
Warm applications; pulse becomes rapid.
Warm food: throbbing pain in head agg.; is agreeable to throat.
Warm water: washing eyes amel. stinging pain; agg. pain in whitlow.
Warmth: headache agg.; pain in forehead amel.; of bed, deafness agg.; pain in face amel.; of bed agg. itching of scabies.
Cannot remain long in heated place: headache.
Heat: boring in teeth agg.; dry amel. cutting in abdomen, loins and sacrum amel.; itching agg. on backs of hands; agg. pains in limbs; of stove does not relieve chilliness; of bed agg. itching.
Sun: headache agg.
Sultry weather: stitches in eyes agg.
Aversion to bathing: hemorrhoidal tumors; children suffering from enuresis.
Going into bath: faint feeling.
After washing: aching in forehead amel.; heat rises to face; eyes first amel. then agg.; halo around light removed; ectropium or entropium agg.; rhagades agg.
Dread of being washed.
Objects to washing out ears.
Cold water: sprinkling, amel. pain in head; sponging, headache amel.; sore pain in left eye amel., toothache agg.; amel. pain in end of finger; amel. pain in whitlow.
Cold food and drink; throat agg.
Cold, damp weather: cough and hoarseness agg.
Cold: headache amel.; pain in face agg.; drink causes violent stitches through teeth.
During windy cold weather: jerking in arm and about mouth.
Damp cold weather: sick headache agg.; swelling and caries of bones of cranium agg.; diarrhea.
Before a storm: ulcer on leg agg.
Chilliness: after dinner; at night; creeps from small of back up back, from 6 to 8 P. M.; with headache, in evening; and shivering over whole body, without subsequent heat, or thirst; and rigor, with blue nails, pale face, heavy, giddy head, not amel. by heat of stove, but by lying down; in open air, as if naked; shivering, on slightest movement in bed; in back, in evening for an hour without subsequent heat; constantly creeps from sacrum up back, without subsequent heat or thirst; sometimes amel. by warmth of stove; about lower part of body; every evening in bed, followed by heat and profuse perspiration; in forenoon, heat with cold feet in afternoon.
Coldness transient, of nose, hands, feet, chest, arms, back and abdomen.
Hands and feet very cold, with livid, pale face.
Chill: with delirium; begins in feet, hands, fingers or toes; mostly internal and without thirst, generally in evening, also at other times of day; external, with simultaneous internal heat and red face; with thirst, preceded by heat; running up back.
Chill and fever: no reaction; stupid, sinking.
Orgasm of blood; frequent flushes of heat.
Heat of face every evening from 5 to 9.
Heat and burning in face.
Redness and heat of face with burning, especially about mouth.
Great heat of face with chilliness over back.
Flushing heat in face, with febrile shivering over whole body.
At night feeling of heat over whole body, especially in palms of hands.
Dry heat in morning in bed.
Violent dry heat in head, with glowing face in morning on waking.
Heat in head: prevents falling asleep; in morning; in evening, with cold feet.
Burning heat of palms of hands.
Dry heat in thighs and small of back, with coldness of back.
Heat of feet, with a burning sensation in evening in bed, so that she was obliged to uncover them for several hours; followed by uneasiness, itching and crawling in them; was obliged to rub them.
Hot flushes with spells of faintness, or passing off with a little moisture, faintness or debility.
Continued dry heat or coldness and cold sweat.
Heat: afternoon or evening, skin dry, much thirst; with thirst; frequent flushes in face, with shivering sensation over body; and sinking sensation in stomach; burning of palms of hands and soles of feet; and redness of face with burning in single parts, as on malar bones, around eyes, nose, ears and mouth; alternates with chilliness.
Sweat: on slightest motion; offensive, in axillae; profuse, between fingers; of hands; about knees, at night; profuse in morning on itching parts; always after waking about 6 or 7 A. M.; in morning during sleep, disappearing on waking; in evening in bed; at night, with restless sleep; at night, all over body; while walking in open air; smelling of sulphur; profuse, sour-smelling all night; in evening, mostly on hands at night, only on nape and occiput; only on one side of body; only on back part of body.
Pulse 94; great weakness; no appetite; face flushed; mind sluggish and depressed; answers questions slowly and with effort; nights restless; fever paroxysms most marked in evening, with much thirst at night. ~ Continuous remittent fever.
Fever of continuous, remittent type, occurring in Autumn and Winter; rigors of various intensity precede heat, never follow it; chills remittent, lasting half an hour, or appear in paroxysms for a whole day, accompanied by thirst; heat, also in paroxysms, there may be from five to seven in a day; pulse from 130 to 160; heat most intense toward evening and forepart of night, with sweat after midnight; thirst and dryness of mouth, amel. by small quantities of water frequently repeated; headache and restlessness at night; jaundiced appearance of skin and dryness of tongue; craving for acids; typhoid symptoms with great dullness of mind, slowness in responding to questions.
Continued fever, no sweat; skin hot and dry, with scaling into bed; pulse intermits every third or fourth beat; could not speak a word from debility, but nodded his head in answer to questions; ash-colored, emaciated, cadaveric face; tried to find a cool place in bed; urine yellow, color of sulphur; violent spells of loose cough, no expectoration.
Boy, aet. 10, sick nineteen days, commencing with diarrhea; unconscious last five days; pulse 135 to 140, small, hard; no eruption; febrile aggravations very indistinct, recognizable only by periods of restlessness and screaming, is appeased by a little water; mouth closed and jaw rigid; sordes on teeth and tongue; stiffness of jaw apparently caused by inflammation and gangrenous sloughing of buccal mucous membrane; offensive bloody ichor runs from corner of mouth.
Chronic rheumatic fever with heart disease and mitral regurgitation; very passive, quiet disposition; no swelling or redness; pain on moving, but afterward amel. by movement.
Hectic: febrile heat especially toward evening, with sharply circumscribed redness of cheeks (especially left); dry skin, with thirst; thin, pale face; dry or diarrheic and slimy stools; short, oppressed breathing; palpitation; sweat toward morning; debility, tired feeling in limbs, with heaviness, dry cough, etc.
Febrile attacks every second day at 8 or 9 A. M., last eight or nine hours; cold sweat first, then heat; thirst, with heat in mouth, both stages; cold stage lasts only two hours, remainder of time consumed by hot; at times very violent pains in back; is very weak; can hardly eat anything; great restlessness; perspires much at night; has taken much quinine. ~ Ague.
For two years shivering fits like ague every three or four weeks; attacks last three or four hours; duration of cold stage depending upon way in which he wraps up, if warmly wrapped it lasts an hour; if not, two or three hours; this is succeeded by extraordinary heat of entire body, but no sweat; when attack seizes him, he piles blankets upon himself until he begins to get warm, he then becomes sick, and vomits contents of stomach; there follows fearful pain in head, which generally continues two or three days after paroxysm has ceased. ~ Ague.
Intermittent fever of long duration, repeated attacks, suppressed by large doses of quinine, with much detriment to an already broken-down constitution; very weak and emaciated; violent burning in palms of hands and soles of feet; burning heat on vertex; marked venosity of hands.
Intermittent fever a month after passing through a stage of bilious fever; had two paroxysms, tertian; severe gastrosis, that nothing could allay; diarrhea driving him out of bed early in morning.
Obstinate case of intermittent fever, characterized by hot flushes and hot soles at night; massive doses of quinine had failed even to suppress paroxysms; loss of health and flesh.
A boy, aet. 8; for three days chill; beginning in belly, then going around to back and all over body, six times a day; for one day, cold feeling on right side of head, which quickly rises to vertex, making hair on vertex feel as if it stood on end.
Patient partially recovers, and then relapses; chronic cases; enlarged spleen; constitutional symptoms; no reaction; stupid, constantly sinking.
Appears particularly dull and forgetful, cannot remember what he was about to say, is very slow to answer, it requires some effort to rouse him; lies in a dull, stupid state, with muttering delirium, talking incoherently. ~ Typhoid fever.
Typhoid fever in psoric individuals; well-selected remedy has no effect; sleepless nights; slow comprehension; heat and fullness in head; sore and inflamed eyelids; dryness of ears; pale, sickly aspect; bright, red lips; undefined redness on tip of tongue; bleeding from nose, teeth and gums; offensive smell from mouth; diarrhea, agg. early in morning, unpainful or with tenesmus; great prostration after stool; offensive urine; catarrh and inflammation of lungs, especially during commencement of infiltration, recognizable by crepitation sound. ~ Typhoid fever.
Yellow fever: melancholic; fearful; undecided; sad; absentminded; dizziness; headache; face pale or yellowish; eyes red, or yellowish; itching and burning in eyes; noises in ears; tongue dry, red, or with white or brown coating; aphthae in mouth; nausea with trembling and weakness; vomiting of sour, bilious, or bloody and black masses; pressure in stomach; pain in back and loins.
Febrile attacks every morning about 9 or 10, generally ten to fifteen minutes later each day; tremendous shivering and chill lasting ten to fifteen minutes, shortened by rolling up in blankets; hot stage lasts two hours, followed by sweat; with heat, thirst, vertigo, and peculiar cough, he coughs twice, and twice only, a heavy straining cough, which strains pit of chest, and a light hacking cough, which seems to come from pit of chest; sweat lasts half an hour, is not free, depends upon amount of covering; thirst greater during heat than sweat; paroxysm ends about 4 o'clock, followed by complete prostration; bowels sometimes confined, sometimes diarrhea, latter generally after breakfast; at times stools undigested. ~ Chagres fever.
Complaints continually relapsing.
Alternate: pale and red cheeks; diarrhea and constipation; asthma, or gout, and skin eruptions.
Periodical: neuralgia; stinging in back with asthma.
In paroxysms: pain in knee.
Climacteric period: hot flushes; goneness in stomach.
At 1 or 2 A. M.: cannot sleep; headache.
Every morning: pain over eyes.
At 9 A. M.: severe pain in forehead with heat, increasing until midday, disappearing at 4 P. M.; after rising headache begins; empty eructations; thin stool.
At 10 A. M., sometimes 6 A. M.: pain in head comes on, lasting an hour; pain at eyebrow and superciliary ridge, reaches its height about midday.
At 11 A. M.: regularly, child was faint.
About noon: pain comes on and lasts till evening.
Beginning afternoon: pain in face lasts three or four hours, returns late at night continuing till At 1 A. M., comes again morning and disappears before afternoon.
From 2 to 5 P. M.: pain over left eye gradually increasing and decreasing.
About 5 P. M.: pain in fifth pair of nerves, last three or four days.
At 5 or 6 P. M.: headache at acme, continues violent until 2 A. M.; quits instantaneously.
At 5 to 9 P. M.: heat of face.
At 9 P. M.: pain in head commences, agg. till about 3 A. M.; also comes on at breakfast and lasts till 4 P. M.
From 11 P. M. until 7 A. M.: pain in knees, ankles and elbows.
Every evening: biting of eyes and lachrymation.
From 10 P. M. to 1 A. M.: diarrhea agg.
From morning until night: desire for alcoholic drinks.
During day: weak, faint spells.
Every day: pain as if head would burst; severe tearing in frontal region; neuralgic headache comes on at noon and lasts until evening; at 11 A. M. exhausted feeling at epigastrium.
Every night: headache; at regular hours neuralgia of jaw and temple, lasting one and a half hours; violent diarrhea; sweat.
Every ten to twenty minutes: awoke from soporous sleep with screams.
Every half hour: stools, in evening.
Several times during day: burning in throat.
In twenty-four hours: five or ten bloody stools.
Every two hours: paroxysms of heat.
Every twenty-four hours: intermittent neuralgia, agg. generally at 12 M. or 12 P. M.
Twenty-three fits in one night: epilepsy.
Twelve to twenty-four times a day: efforts to urinate.
Every second day: febrile attacks.
Every two or three days: paroxysms of headache.
Every third night: pain in side agg.; neuralgia of chest.
Three or four attacks a week: epilepsy.
Every seventh day: headache; head symptoms agg.; discharge from ears.
Every eight days: asthma.
Every three or four weeks: attacks of headache; fits of ague, for two years.
Every four to six weeks: vesicular eruption.
At intervals: three to six months, epileptic fits; from five days to six weeks, epileptic fits.
Lasting half an hour: remittent chills.
For seven hours: after stool, aching in coccyx and sacrum, with hemorrhoids.
For two days: pain in side of face, comes in evening, lasts all night, amel. toward morning.
For three days: chills, six times a day.
For several days: pain over lower jaw.
For seven days: nosebleed.
For twelve days: ophthalmia and diarrhea.
Once a week: sick-headache.
Every two weeks: sick-headache.
For three weeks: prolapsus of rectum.
For six or eight weeks: total blindness.
A fortnight before menses: leucorrhea.
For four weeks: watery diarrhea.
For seven weeks: dry cough at night; constant backache.
For two months: pricking pain across forehead.
For three months: pain in right side of face and head; itching of face and scalp.
For four months: menses suppressed; cough, with salty expectoration.
For ten months: menses suppressed.
For a year: menses suppressed.
Eighteen months: diarrhea.
A year and a half ago: mentagra.
For two years: severe headache; eruption on scalp; passes blood with stool; nocturnal enuresis; cough, following pleurisy; not able to wear boot on account of corns, and frostbite; ague fits every three or four weeks.
For three years: headache, symptoms agg. till midsummer, then amel.; dimness of vision; eczema.
For several years: eczema impetigenoides; a hard swelling in abdomen; hydrocele; constant backache.
For many years: attacks of conjunctivitis lasting three months; attacks of arthritic ophthalmia.
Of five years' standing: epilepsy.
Since seven years: eruption on head, keratitis pustulosa.
In nine years: five whitlows.
For ten years: has had otorrhea from both ears.
Fifteen years' standing: inflammation of liver.
For ten years: gleet.
Eleven years ago: scarlatina, gradually losing hearing.
Every eighth year of her life in months of January or February: attacks of scrofulous ophthalmia.
Every Summer: eruption on hand.
Midsummer: neuralgia agg.
In Autumn: remittent fever.
Midwinter: neuralgia agg.
Winter: headache agg.; ulcer on leg amel.; remittent fever.
Left: pain in side of occiput; pulsating in side of occiput; pain in inner point of eyebrow; lachrymation; headache begins on side; severe pains about eye, leave suddenly and appear about ovary; headache apt to commence in side; swelling and soreness of side of cervical spine; deafness; thick crust on head; tearing pain in side of forehead, neuralgia in head agg. side; blindness; dimness of vision; like knives in eye; sore pain in eye; shooting beneath lids; violent pain in eye; shooting in eye; eye agglutinated; sclerotic of eye; could not see anything by day; whole eye seems to have grown larger; deafness; something seems to have come before ear; itching in ear; upper lid covered with crusts; discharge agg. from ear; pain in fifth pair of nerves; stabbing beneath zygoma; pain extending up side of face; drawing jerking in lower jaw; aphthae on lower lip; tearing toothache; enlargement of tonsil; pain from back of neck into ear; pain in pelvis to foot; side of chest, shooting; stitching pain in side of chest; pain over eye; wind accumulates in side; partial paralysis of face; painful sticking in hypochondrium; stitches in side of abdomen; incarcerated flatulence; belly swollen; thrusts in chest toward heart; stitches through chest into scapula; burning pain in side; severe acute pain deep in lung; pneumonia amel. lying on side; pleuritic exudation, thorax perforated near nipple; dullness in apex of lung; cavity in lung; tearing and tension in neck; ulcer on shoulder after removing a mole; rheumatic pain in shoulder erysipelas under elbow; panaritium in index finger; drawing pain in hip; bruised or luxated feeling in hip; knee, shooting pains; sprained feeling in knee; tensive pain in hip; boring pain in leg; sprained pain in ankle; ulcer on leg; cutting pains in great toe; paralysis of leg; sleeps best lying on.
After removal of left eye, sympathetic irritation of right.
Right: pain above eye; pain over eyeball to occiput; tumor on side of occipital bone; beginning of cataract; drooping of lid; partial ptosis; knifelike stitches in eye; severe cutting in eye; conjunctiva injected and inflamed; paresis of nervous abducens; surging noise in ear; pressure in nasal bone; stinging, beginning on side of nose; darting pain in knee; tearing pain in half of face; pains in infraorbital region; sight of eye dim; pain in temple; severe pain side of head; erysipelas begins at ear; abscess of gums; submaxillary glands swollen and painful; on anterior border of tongue hard raised spot; smarting blister on side of tongue; stinging aching pains in side, felt like lump of ice in chest; swelling in breast as large as a hen's egg; stitches in chest; stitch from chest into scapula; shattering stitches in chest; dyspnea, when lying on it; stitches in side; stitches beneath axilla; scabs on arm; pain in middle finger; shooting in hip joint; dull pain in hip to knee; knee, white swelling; knee, doughy swelling; stitches from knee to toes; enlarged vein in calf; ulcer on inner side of ankle; foot and inner malleolus swollen; tensive pain in foot; stitches in ball of foot; sticking crawling in heel; from foot up leg, running as of a mouse, epilepsy; cold feeling on head, rises to vertex; muscular swelling after measles.
From left to right: pain in temple.
Right to left: sore throat; pain from hypochondrium to stomach.
From within outward: stitches in forehead and temples.
From above downward: tearing pain in limbs.
Only on one side of body: sweat.
Only on back part of body: sweat.
As if a band were bound tightly around forehead; vertigo as if swinging; as if bed were not large enough to hold him; as if one stood on wavering ground; as if hair on vertex stood on end; as from a weight pressing upon top of brain, and a cord tied around head; as if brain were beating against skull; as if eyes were pressed down; as if he had taken too much alcoholic drink; forehead as if screwed together; as if hair would be torn out; as if head would burst; as if head were enlarged; as if she would sneeze; as if head had been beaten; as if top of head were being pressed against wall; as of a band around cranium; as if flesh of scalp were loose; as if cornea had lost its transparency; as if eye were gone, and a cool wind blew out of socket; as if eyes had been punctured; as of sand in eyes; small of back as if beaten; as if a needle or splinter were sticking in eye; as of a foreign body; as if a thick veil were before eyes; as if eyeballs were dry; as if balls rubbed against lids; as if eye were rubbed against spiculae of glass; occiput as if hollow; as if salt were in eyes; cornea as if covered with fine dust; as if eyelids would become inflamed; as if sounds did not come through ears but forehead; as of water in ears; as if nose were swelled; nostrils as if sore; as if lower jaw would be torn out; as if scalp had been beaten; as if air just in front of her were hot; teeth as if too long; as of a hot iron in teeth; as of a hard ball rising in throat; as if swallowing a piece of meat; as of a lump in throat; as if tonsils were swollen; as of a hair in throat; as if throat were too narrow; stomach as if puffed up; intestines feel as if strung in knots; as if hernia would form; as if muscles of abdomen and peritoneum had been bruised; abdomen as if raw; as if bowels were too weak to retain their contents; as if stool were insufficient; as if wind would pass; as if stomach were torn with pincers; as of a lump of ice right chest; as if obliged to urinate, in urethra; as of ice in in chest; as of something in larynx; as if lungs came in contact with back; as if strained in chest; as if he had fallen upon chest; as if chest would fly to pieces when coughing or drawing a deep breath; as if heart were enlarged; as if muscles of neck and back were too short; as if vertebrae were gliding one over the other; a breeze of pain in head; left shoulder and hip as if luxated; like a weight in shoulder; as if something heavy were hanging on upper arm; arms as if beaten; as of a mouse running up arms and back; thigh as if broken; as if too short in popliteal region; skin as if denuded and sore.
Pain: in epigastrium; inner point of left eyebrow to superciliary ridge, appears to be in brain; in forehead and vertex; leaves eye and appears about left ovary; from left temple to right, over right eyeball to occiput; from superior portion of sternum through to back; in hips and back; in stomach and abdomen; in nose; in scalp; in right side of face and head; centres in right temple; all over lower jaw; in chest; in right hypochondrium; to chest under sternum; in back opposite stomach; above left eye; in abdomen; in pit of stomach and right hypochondrium; in belly; in region of kidneys; from ovarian region to back; in sternum; in thorax; in loins; in corns.
Violent pain: in shoulders flying to head; in left eye; in stomach.
Severe pain: around back of eye; in right side of head; in lower abdomen.
Severe cutting: in right eye.
Cutting pains: in abdomen; loins and sacrum; in urethra; in vesical region; in chest; about heart; in great toe.
Lacerating pain: in head; in shoulders and shoulder joints.
Splitting pain: in head; in nipples; in chest; of skin.
Lancinating pain: in ears; from anus upward.
Piercing pain: in sacrum.
Darting pains: severe, in and about left eye to ear; through eyes; through temples; in right knee; from right inner malleolus toward knee and toes.
Sharp stabbing pains: below left zygoma.
Shattering stitches: into right chest.
Violent stitches: through teeth; in parotid glands.
Stitching pain: in head; in ears; in growths in nose; in lower jaw; in left side of chest; in urethra; in corns; in chilblains.
Stitches: out at eyes; in right eye; in ears; in throat; in stomach; in spleen; in left side of abdomen; in rectum; in anus; in urethra; in testicles; in penis; in left side; in right side of chest through to scapula; in sternum; in right side; in region of heart; in nape of neck; in cervical muscles; in and beneath scapula; in small of back; pulsating, in loins and kidneys; from shoulders into chest; beneath right axilla; in tips of fingers; in panaritium; in knees; in right knee to toes; in sciatic region; in ball of right foot.
Needlelike stitches: in submaxillary glands.
Fine burning stitches: in hepatic region.
Sharp sticking pains: in eyes.
Sticking: in temples; in teeth; in left hypochondrium; in rectum; in anus; in sternum; in bones of small of back; as of splinter in right middle finger; like a brier in end of finger; in right heel; itching when walking in open air.
Soreness: of left side of cervical spine; of brain; of nostrils; of throat; in hypochondria; in intestines; in abdominal walls; in anus; in hemorrhoids; of scrotum; between thighs; in vagina; in great toe.
Stinging pain: in eye; in left ear; in ears; from right side of nose to forehead; in right side; in anus; of nipples; in chest; in end of finger; in ulcer on left leg.
Boring: on top of head; above root of nose; in teeth; in panaritium; in left leg; in corns; in chilblains.
Shooting: in temples; in left eye; above eye; in ears; up to eyes; in tongue; from back of neck into left ear; from centre of chest to between scapulae; in anus; in urethra; in gonorrhea; through left chest to back; left lower rib to back; in chest through to back; in right hip through pelvis, down femur, into foot; from hip to upper third of thigh; in left knee; in left great toe; at root of nail of great toe.
Frequent shoots: in splenic region.
Pricking pain: across forehead; in eye; in cheek.
Prickling: of eyelids; in tips of fingers; in balls of feet.
Tearing pain: in head; in forehead; in vertex; in forehead and temples; in eyes; in left side of head; in left ear; in right half of face; in malar bone; in lower jaw; in teeth; in intestines; in rectum and anus; in left side of nape; in arms and hands; through knees and tibia; in lower extremities; in feet.
Jerking pain: in head; about hip joint.
Drawing pain: around eye; in teeth; during menses; along ureters; in nape of neck and scapulae; in shoulder, arms and hands; in left hip; in thighs; through knees and tibia; in lower extremities; in feet; from feet to hips.
Drawing: through head; in larynx; in sciatic region.
Drawing jerking: in lower jaw.
Sharp pain: in stump; in eye.
Pain like a rivet: through upper third of left lung to scapula.
Neuralgic pain: in head; in right infraorbital region; down back of head and on both side and back of head; in thoracic and abdominal walls from back; of liver.
Jumping pain: in hollow tooth to lower jaw or to ear.
Spasmodic pain: in hypogastrium.
Spasmodic constricting pain: to chest, groin and genitals.
Twisting pains: in abdomen.
Griping: about navel.
Pinching: from one temple to other.
Crampy pain: in stomach; in chest; in middle finger; of hip joint.
Cramps: in legs; in thighs; in calves and soles; in toes.
Contractive sensation: in middle of pharynx.
Sprained pain: in back; in left shoulder; in wrist; in thumb; in left knee; in left ankle.
Burning shooting: beneath lids of left eye.
Cutting burning: in eyelids; in urethra.
Burning pain: in eyes; on margin of lower lip; on tongue; in vesicles in mouth; in vertex; in gonorrhea; excoriations on genitals; of vulva; of nipples; around left side below heart.
Burning: on vertex; in forehead; in palms; of eyes; of lids; in septum of nose; in nostrils; in face and throat; of eczema; in fauces; in pharynx; in stomach in abdomen; in urethra; in anus; in hemorrhoids; of prepuce; between scapulae; of hands; in balls and tips of fingers; in end of finger; in knee; in feet, particularly at night; in soles; in corns; in chilblains; in skin of whole body, and in parts on which he lies; in hands and feet.
Burning heat: in eyes.
Biting: of eyes; in rectum.
Smarting: of eyes; in external canthi; of eyelids; of hemorrhoids; of vulva; in chest.
Sore pain: in left eye; in oral commissures; in whole abdomen.
Rawness: of throat; of fauces.
Bruised pain: in abdomen; in back; in small of back and coccyx; in left shoulder; in left hip; in thighs; in sciatic region; in lower extremities.
Constricting pain: in region of stomach; about navel.
Bursting pain: in chest, when coughing.
Gnawing pain: in small of back.
Rheumatic pains: transient, through body; in shoulders.
Tensive pain: in head; through eye; in anus and small of back; between scapulae; in hip joint; in right foot.
Dull pain: in hepatic region; in right hip to knee.
Dullness: of head.
Dull aching: in jaws.
Aching: in occiput; in forehead; in eyeballs; of eyes; in esophagus; in right side; in pit of stomach; dull, in coccyx and sacrum; in sternum; in feet.
Looseness: painful, of teeth.
Hammering pain: in head.
Throbbing pain: in head; in crown; in teeth; in gums; in rectum; in anus; in hemorrhoids; in panaritium.
Pulsating: in left side of occiput; in teeth.
Pressive pain: in forehead; from one temple to another; in vertex; over eyebrows; through eye; in ears; in teeth; in throat; in stomach; beneath scapulae; in great toe.
Bearing-down pain: from small of back to anus; in pelvis toward genitals.
Numbing pain: in head.
Stupefying pain: in head.
Lameness: in thighs.
Numbness: of fingers.
Roughness: in throat.
Fullness: in forehead; in abdomen; in stomach; in region of liver; across stomach; in abdomen; in rectum;`in chest.
Heaviness: in head; in forehead; of eyes; in stomach; in chest; in humeri; of feet and ankles.
Weight: in eyeballs; in abdomen.
Pressure: in forehead; out at eyes; in eyeballs; on top of head; in ears; in right nasal bone; in malar bone, and beneath eye; in stomach; in region of liver; in umbilical region; in rectum; upon bladder; in testicles and spermatic cord; in chest; beneath sternum; cramplike, in hollow of knee to ankles; in left patella and knee joint.
Oppression: of chest.
Suffocating weight: on stomach.
Constriction: in chest; of air passages.
Tightness: in chest.
Stiffness: in back and hips; of wrists; in knees.
Tension: in testicles and spermatic cords; in chest; in left side of nape; in humeri; in sacrum; in hollows of knees; in umbilical region; in abdomen; of abdominal muscles.
Jerking pressure: in deltoid.
Bursting full sensation: in face, with Rhus poisoning.
Undulating feeling: in ears.
Empty feeling: in pit of stomach.
Weakness: in genital organs; at pit of stomach; in chest.
Faintish feeling: pit of stomach.
Tremulous sensation: in hands.
Itching: of pimples on scalp; of scalp; around back of eye; in internal canthi; of eyes; of eyelids; in eyebrows; in left ear; in external ears; in nostrils; of face; of scalp; in abdomen; in anus and rectum; in perineum; in urethra; of prepuce; on glans penis; of vulva; of nipples; in swelling of right breast; in larynx; in bronchi; of toes; of chilblains; and burning of hives; of eczema.
Itching pain: through eye; about navel.
Tickling: in larynx.
Tingling: painful, on vertex and temples; in ears; itching in scabies.
Crawling: in nose; in hands; in tips of fingers; in right heel; in rectum.
Formication: in rectum; over skin of whole body.
Heat: on crown of head; of mouth; on vertex and down back of neck; in mouth; in anus; of face, hands and feet.
Coldness: of hands; of feet; in throat; in centre of chest; in chest; of feet and soles; on right side of head.
Cool feeling: on vertex.
Dryness: of lids; of eyes; of inner surface of eyelids; of nose; of palate; of throat.
Dry, flabby skin.
Scrofulous and rickety complaints; face has an old look.
Emaciation of children, face has a very old look; atrophy; marasmus.
Offensive odor of body despite frequent washing; averse to washing.
Does not walk erect; stoops or bends over forward in walking or sitting; standing is most disagreeable position.
Defective assimilation and derangement of sympatheticus.
Debility of children; complexion dark, muscular system flabby, hair long and lank, skin moist.
Bad effects of vaccination.
Serous exudations; paralysis; difficulty in learning to walk; venous engorgement.
Face pale and bloodless; ears and lips white; easily fatigued, cannot walk far; moving arms wearies her very much; menses delayed, scanty, of short duration; during menses, swelling of face, abdomen and legs, also pain in back and uterine region; sleep disturbed, unrefreshing; unpleasant dreams; awakes with exclamations, falls asleep again and has more frightful dreams; jerking in limbs at night, and frequent cramps in legs; face bloated in morning; cannot wait for her food, especially in morning; a little food causes sense of fullness in stomach; agg. in morning, after eating, during motion, during menses, when left alone; amel. in open air; sleeps best lying on left side. ~ Anemia.
Scrofulosis; abdomen tense, not painful; limbs emaciated; skin dry, face distorted, old-looking; whining, crying, will not be looked at, cannot be pleased; pulse irritable; diarrhea, stools undigested, very offensive; craves meat.
Glandular swellings, particularly cervical, axillary and inguinal, indurated and suppurating.
Ulcers with raised, swollen edges, bleeding easily, discharging fetid pus, surrounded with pimples.
Humid offensive eruptions, with thick pus, yellow crusts, prescribed by inunction for a cutaneous disease and itching, bleeding and burning.
Scrofulous chronic diseases that result from suppressed eruptions.
Scrofulous and rickety complaints; curvature, softening, swelling, caries, and other bone diseases.
Discharges in every outlet of body acrid, excoriating skin wherever they come in contact.
Affects whole lymphatic system as well as all secreting surfaces and glands.
Discharge of both urine and feces is painful to parts over which they pass.
Congestion to single parts; eyes, nose, chest, abdomen, arms, legs, etc.
Transient rheumatic pains through body.
Subacute and chronic rheumatism with profuse sweating.
Suppuration: pus thin, black, putrid.
Large varix, induced from slight cause, in weakly individuals.
Bedsores with gnawing pains; putrid, turning to gangrenous sores; sloughing phagedaena.
Furunculi; coming in crops in various parts of body, very painful, with inflamed base, terminating in suppuration, opening at apex, discharging unhealthy pus, sometimes bloody, healing up and then soon followed by another crop; at other times only one boil at a time, succeeded by another in another place, when first was healed.
Abscesses: pus yellow, offensive, full of air bubbles.
Dropsy and other affections of drunkards; chronic alcoholism.
Complaints are continually relapsing; seems to get almost well when disease returns.
Sulph. 30 caused elimination of Sulphur, which had been stored up in system for more than twenty-five years.
Touch: spot beneath vertex painful; around eyes and nose sensitive; superciliary ridge sensitive; pressing pain in vertex; roots of hair painful; pimples on forehead painful; scalp sore; stump of eye very sensitive; forehead painful; nose sore to touch after nosebleed; nasal polypi sore when touched; scalp very sore; gland tender; region of stomach sensitive; hypochondria tender; bowels tender; tendons forming boundaries of popliteal space sensitive.
Pressure: upon head amel. pain; shoulders tender; head symptoms agg.; cervical vertebrae sensitive; on spinous processes agg. pain in infraorbital region; upon stomach causes eructations; tenderness of right side to pressure; lower belly painful; cutting pain agg.; amel. pain in head when coughing; causes dyspnea lying on right side; amel. shooting pain in hip; agg. pain in swollen knee; pain in knee agg.; over right ovarian region causes wincing.
Hanging arms down: crawling and prickling in tips of fingers.
Pushing leg upward: agg. pain in hip joint.
Scratching: vertex smarts and burns; eruption on back of head and behind ears, amel.; pruritus agg.; amel. itching, after it burning, aching, numbness, swelling, or ulceration.
Overexertion: prolapsus and bleeding.
From reaching high: prolapsus uteri.
From overlifting: pain in chest; pain in small of back.
From a blow: herpetic eruption on foot.
After a fall: spinal curvature and abscess.
Fall on back of head: insensible, brain symptoms; three days after, epileptic fit.
After vaccination: pustular eruption on head, ears, face, groins and legs; otorrhea.
Itching: all over body; spots painful after scratching; itching spots bleed and bite after scratching; in various parts, disappearing after scratching, at times followed by sticking or burning; over whole body, recurring every night in bed; on and between fingers; and biting on nates; violent on thighs and legs, at night; about knees; on toes; of toes that had been frozen; at night, in heat of bed, now in one place now in another, especially on nape of neck; in palms of hands, sometimes sticking, burning; is obliged to rub them, after which they burn; on backs of hands; in eyebrows; on abdomen, at night; in scrotum; on inside of thighs; in axillae and hollows of knees; as if she were alive beneath skin; as if vermin were running about; agg. at night, and in morning, in bed, after waking; above left eyebrow; in ears externally; of nose externally; about chin; on neck; on chest; of old tetter, is obliged to scratch until it bleeds.
Skin very painful for a long time after rubbing, as if denuded and sore.
Spots feel hot after scratching.
Burning in skin of whole body.
Night's rest often disturbed by burning pains in skin of parts upon which he lies.
Burning in hands and feet, with weakness of whole body.
Formication over skin of whole body.
Stitchlike prickling in skin, in evening after getting warm in bed.
Sticking itching, especially when walking in open air.
Voluptuous itching; scratching relieves, after it burning; sometimes little vesicles.
After violent scratching aching, numbness of skin, swelling of skin, even ulceration.
Cracks and cuts (rhagades) in skin of hands, especially on joints, painfully sore.
Skin of hands hard and dry.
Nettlerash: with fever; on face, arms, neck and lower extremities; on back of hand.
Itching hives over whole body, hands and feet.
Itching pimples on inner side of thigh.
Tetter on nape of neck.
Itching vesicular eruption on back of hand.
Eruption of furunculous pimples, with a red areola and very itching sensation, especially on face.
Ulcers about nails; nails crumble off.
Skin dry and flabby: cold, pale, dry.
Skin harsh and wrinkled; child looks like an old man.
Bright redness of whole body. ~ Scarlatina.
Freckles; yellow, brown, flat spots; liver spots.
Skin rough, scaly, scabby.
Herpes, scabby and scurfy.
Sore feeling of skin, with disposition to excoriation.
Soreness in folds of skin.
Ecchymosis from a slight bruise; every little scratch has a tendency to fester.
Rhagades, agg. after washing.
Furuncles, particularly on nates.
Dropsical, burning swelling of external parts.
Ulcers: cancerous; crusty; pricking; pulsating, swollen, tearing, with tension; pus from them offensive; spongy, proud flesh; raised, swollen edges, bleeding easily, surrounded with pimples; tearing, stinging pains, discharging fetid pus.
Erysipelas with throbbing and stinging; migrating from place to place.
For several years, every four to six weeks, eruption of vesicles as large as peas on upper and lower limbs, appearing over night, filled with watery serum, soon becoming purulent, lasting six to seven days, then becoming scurfy, rapidly dry, and falling off; severe itching.
Comedones; black pores of skin, particularly in face.
Prurigo and intertrigo in children; sore, raw places.
Eczema of three years' standing; appeared on face and head in usual form, going through papulation, pustulation, incrustation, and in some parts of skin, desquamation; covered entire surface of body; it had become infiltrated and thickened, divided by an innumerable number of fissures running in all directions like so many rivulets made to carry off exudation; child had a vulgar, filthy look, was intensely irritable day and night; bleeding from some of fissures.
Eruption on face, neck and arms; yellow scabs thickly cover diseased surface, while fissures, especially on elbows, occasion soreness and bleeding; there is much itching.
Shortly after local treatment of a chancre, an eruption appeared on skin, and grew agg. until he was completely covered; itching so bad that he had to walk floor at night nude, could get no sleep until 3 or 4 A. M.; scrotum and lower limbs looked raw and red.
Disgusting crop of pustules on hands and wrists; also a few on face, like those of pocky itch; around eruption, epidermis is undermined as with shingles; a few pocks have dried and desquamated; much burning and itching about hands and wrists. ~ Psoric pustulation.
Soon after vaccination pustular eruption affecting scalp, ears, face, groins and legs; also otorrhea.
Crops of scabs upon scalp, arms and legs ever since he was vaccinated; head covered with hard, elevated scabs, very much like rupia; scabs on arms and legs not so thick, because he scratched them off as fast as they formed on account of their being so very itchy.
Molluscum in a child; body and limbs covered with soft, round, smooth, apparently painless tumors with broad base; at first of color of skin, then assuming a bluish, and finally a purple or pinkish hue; found on puncture to contain a semi-fluid, sebaceous (atheromatous) matter; these tumors originated apparently in sebaceous follicles of skin, varied in size from a bean to a filbert, and were in all stages of development, about eighty.
Scabious eruptions with burning itching, surrounded by a yellowish or brownish areola; secretion of a sanious, fetid or thick and yellow pus; spots covered with small vesicles discharging serous lymph.
Eruption and sores upon arms and chest, commencing as small vesicles filled with serum, mattering to pustules and afterward covered with thick, dirty-looking scabs, often close together, arms itch very much when he gets warm. ~ Rupia syphilitica.
Hereditary syphilis in a girl, aet. 13, from infancy; eruption appearing on bend of elbow, and spreading over a large portion of arms and body.
Scabies: voluptuous tingling itching, with burning and soreness after scratching; agg. in warm bed; disposition to excoriation; glandular swellings.
Miliaria: inveterate cases, skin rough and scaly.
Varicose ulcers, bleed easily, secrete a fetid pus, and burn and itch much.
Indolent and ill-conditioned ulcers, devoid of granulations, and a healthy pus formation.
After suppression of measles: cough with muco-purulent expectoration; roaring in ears and deafness; hard swelling of muscular structures, in right side, painful to touch.
Measles, during first stage when eruption makes a tardy progress, or after complaints such as chronic coughs, originating in remnants of partial pneumonia; chronic diarrhea; hardness of hearing; chronic discharge from ears.
Constant delirium; face swollen and distorted, bright red; tongue dry, cracked bright red, here and there covered with brown mucus; angina, could hardly swallow water; nose stopped up; pulse rapid, small, hard, incompressible; bright-red eruption over whole body; skin dry; constipation. ~ Scarlet fever.
Eruption bluish; skin cold; pulse scarcely perceptible; faint rattling in chest and slight twitching of body alone indicated that child was not dead. ~ Scarlet fever.
A girl, aet. 5, chills, vomiting, violent headache, prostration, peevishness, flushed face, injected eyes; eruption in miliary form, patchy and evanescent; at times bright and full, then faded and partially disappeared; mind wandering, character of delirium being active rather than muttering; heat of skin great, skin dry, hard and somewhat roughened; throat moderately swollen, internally and externally, impeding somewhat speech and deglutition. Bellad. until evening of fourth day, rather agg. than amel.; apparently wide awake but positively asleep as far as perception or recognition of her surrounding relations were concerned; no longer knew her attendants or heeded what was said to her; great agitation and anxiety, with loud outcries, calling out that she wished to go to bed, though she was upon bed; eyes injected and staring; aspect dull and heavy though very anxious, and apparently apprehensive.
Scarlatina in children of psoric diathesis who are prone to skin affections; patient lies quietly in an unconscious condition, apparently sleeping; rash appears faintly, and skin is hot and itching; heat seems to come in flashes; clothing is thrown of; efflorescences coalesce into large spots as red as a boiled lobster, around these skin is unusually white; cerebral affections, with sopor, sudden starting, distortion of eyes; bloated and shining red face; dry nose; dry, cracked, red tongue, covered with a brownish mucus; thirst and difficulty of swallowing; lethargic condition; diarrhea agg. in morning.
Variola: metastasis to brain during suppuration; pustules fill with pale, bloody serum; pocks do not heal; they are inclined to itch and ulcerate; an intercurrent remedy when others seem to fail; stage of desquamation.
Repelled eruption of Rhus poisoning; legs, ankles, feet, toes enormously swollen; skin distended as if edematous, and spotted as if eruption were underneath, showing through skin; terrible itching, especially at night; bursting feeling in skin of legs when standing.
Bursting, full sensation in face with terrible itching; eruption on face and hands. ~ Rhus poisoning.
Lean, stoop-shouldered persons who walk and sit stooped; standing is the most uncomfortable position.
Persons of nervous temperament, quick-motioned, quicktempered, plethoric, skin excessively sensitive to atmospheric changes.
Dirty, filthy people, prone to skin affections.
Children cannot bear to be washed or bathed; emaciated, big-bellied; restless, hot, kick off clothes at night; have worms.
Adapted to persons of scrofulous diathesis, subject to venous congestions, especially of portal system.
Lymphatic temperaments, venous constitutions disposed to hemorrhoids, with constipation or morning diarrhea; scrofulous diseases seem to get almost well when they return; diseases caused especially by suppressed eruptions, peevishness, sudden and frequent flushes of heat all over body, followed by perspiration, hot palms, soles and vertex; at 10 A. M., faintness in epigastrium.
Children, emaciated, with faces like old people, big belly, dry, flabby skin.
Full-blooded, with great irritability, restlessness and hastiness.
Boy, aet. 3 days; sanguineous occipital tumor.
Child, aet. 8 days; stomatitis.
Child, aet. 2 months; chronic diarrhea.
Child, aet. 2 1/2 months, suffering six days; epilepsy.
Boy, aet. 5 months; ill effects of vaccination.
Infant, aet. 6 months; constipation, sleeplessness, etc.
Child, aet. 8 months; crying spells.
Boy, aet. 11 months, suffering eight days; otorrhea.
Girl, aet. 19 months, since birth; diarrhea.
Baby, aet. 21 months; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 1; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 1; chronic diarrhea.
Child, aet. 1; crusta serpiginosa.
Child, aet. 1, of scrofulous parents, suffering several months; molluscum.
Girl, aet. 1 1/4 years, suffering fourteen days; spasmus glottidis.
Boy, aet. 1 1/2; chronic diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 1 1/2; measles.
Girl, aet. 2, suffering nine months; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 2; ague.
Girl, aet. 2; scrofulosis.
Girl, aet. 2 1/4 years; hypopyon.
Boy, aet. 2 1/2, delicate looking, large head, fine features; spasms.
Boy, aet. 2 1/2; scarlet fever.
Boy, aet. 2 1/2; meningitis.
Boy, aet. 2 1/2, light hair, fair skin, blue eyes, under allopathic treatment five days; hydrocephalus.
Girl, aet. 2 1/2; diarrhea.
Child, aet. 2 1/2, pale face, dark hair, suffering seven weeks; cough.
Boy, aet. 3; meningitis.
Boy, aet. 3, colored, affected one year; eczema of scalp.
Girl, aet. 3; eczema umbilicale.
Boy, aet. 3, suffering two years; eczema.
Boy, aet. 3, psoric constitution; ulcer on back.
Boy, aet. 3, ill eleven months; marasmus.
Child, aet. 4; amaurosis.
Boy, aet. 4; stomacace.
Boy, aet. 4, two years ago had scarlatina, since then suffering; prolapsus and hemorrhage of rectum.
Boy, aet. 4, suffering since infancy; epilepsy.
Girl, aet. 4, suffering three years; eczema.
Two girls, aet. 5; meningitis.
F., aet. 5, affected three or four years; eczema of scalp.
Boy, aet. 5, weak, pale; eczema of scalp.
Girl, aet. 5, parents very poor, four months ago had measles, since then suffering; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Girl, aet. 5; enlarged submaxillary gland.
Boy, aet. 5, troubled several years; enuresis nocturna.
Boy, aet. 5, treated allopathically several years; hydrocele.
Girl, aet. 5, had attack several years ago; pneumonia.
Girl, aet. 5; scarlet fever.
Child, aet. 6; ophthalmia.
Child, aet. 6; chronic ophthalmia.
Boy, aet. 6, delicate; erysipelas of face.
Boy, aet. 6, suffering several months; cough.
Boy, aet. 6; tertian ague.
Girl, aet. 7, has had an exanthema, suffering six weeks; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Boy, aet. 7; diarrhea and vomiting.
Boy, aet. 7, sickly a long time; affection of lungs.
Boy, aet. 7; pneumonia.
Girl, aet. 7, suffering since birth; impetigo.
Boy, aet. 7 1/2; amaurosis.
Boy, aet. 8; curvature of spine.
Girl, aet. 8, cachectic-looking; coxalgia of spine.
Boy, aet. 8; attacks of chill.
Boy, aet. 8; eruption over body.
Boy, aet. 8 1/2; measles.
Boy, aet. 9, suffering two years; affection of brain.
Girl, aet. 9, poor Irish parents, living in an overcrowded alley; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Girl, aet. 9; subretinal tumor.
Girl, aet. 9, when one year old, had measles, which were repelled by cold, since then suffering; opacity of cornea.
Boy, aet. 9, Hungarian, suffering six years; otorrhea.
Girl, aet. 9, ill nine weeks; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 9, scrofulous; swelling of knee.
Girl, aet. 9; spasms.
Girl, aet. 9, badly neglected and exposed to all hardships; spasms.
Boy, aet. 9, affected two years; terror at night.
Boy, aet. 10, suffering four years; headache.
Boy, aet. 10, ill ten days; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 10, suffering two months; aphonia.
Boy, aet. 10, sick nineteen days; remittent fever.
Girl, aet. 10, sanguine-choleric temperament, brunette; rheumatism.
Boy, aet. 10; measles.
Girl, aet. 11, suffering two years; headache.
M., aet. 11; cough.
Boy, aet. 11; eczema impetiginodes.
Girl, aet. 12, well developed, suffering six months; vomiting.
Boy, aet. 12, healthy and cheerful; vomiting of food.
Girl, aet. 12, delicate, cachectic; vaginitis.
Girl, aet. 13, growing rapidly, quite tall, nervous for some time preceding attack; chorea.
Girl, aet. 13; paralysis of leg.
Boy, aet. 13; psoric pustulation.
Miss T., aet. 13; hereditary syphilis.
Boy, aet. 14, eyes steadily getting agg. for last eighteen months; impairment of vision.
Girl, aet. 14, suffering ten years; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 14, suffering six weeks, after catching cold; coxalgia.
Girl, aet. 14; Rhus poisoning.
Girl, aet. 15, after measles; mental disorder.
Boy, aet. 15, suffering two years; nocturnal enuresis.
Boy, aet. 16, blonde, slender, stoop-shouldered, suffering ten years; otorrhea.
T., aet. 16; tic douloureux.
Girl, aet. 16, after having diarrhea checked by opium; pain in abdomen, fecal vomiting, etc.
Girl, aet. 16, not yet menstruated, thorax rachitic; cardiac disorder.
Girl, aet. 16, not yet menstruated, suffering eight years; chorea.
Boy, aet. 16, peasant, suffering three months; ague.
Girl, aet. 17, suffering from earliest childhood; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Girl, aet. 17, suffering six months; amenorrhea.
Young man, aet. 17; pleuritis.
Young man, aet. 17; goitre.
Young man, aet. 18, strong, after suppression of itch; headache.
Boy, aet. 18, when five years old had smallpox, since then suffering; conjunctivitis.
Boy, aet. 18, under treatment fifteen years; ophthalmia.
Boy, aet. 18, suffering since birth; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Youth, aet. 18; nasal polypi.
Miss —, aet. 18, scrofulous, leuco-phlegmatic; vomiting.
Girl, aet. 18, strong, healthy, cheerful, suffering for years; enuresis nocturna.
Boy, aet. 18, tall, healthy, strong, suffering since childhood; enuresis nocturna.
Two sisters, aet. 18 and 20, farmer's daughters, strong and healthy, suffering since childhood; enuresis nocturna.
Girl, aet. 18, blonde, robust, lively disposition; amenorrhea.
Young man, aet. 18, healthy, strong; pneumonia.
Girl, aet. 18; pains about heart.
Young man, aet. 18; epilepsy.
Miss R., aet. 18, suffering two years; anemia.
Youth, aet. 19, four years ago lost hearing in right ear from catarrh, had gleet for last two years; deafness.
Girl, aet. 19, blonde, strong, well nourished; amenorrhea.
Seaman, aet. 19, contracted ague in West Indies a year ago; chagres fever.
Miss G., aet. 20, tall, fair, slight, suffering two or three years; sick-headache.
Girl, aet. 20, light hair, sallow complexion, suffering five years; pain in occiput.
Man, aet. 20, had itch year and a half ago, later ague, cured with pepper and whisky; blindness of left eye.
Young man, aet. 20, suffering four years; retention of urine.
Woman, aet. 20, small, blonde, has aborted several times, now three months pregnant; prolapsus uteri.
Miss D., aet. 20, suffering three weeks; whitlow.
Miss —, aet. 20, suffering fifteen weeks; panaritium.
Nicholas H., aet. 20; herpetic eruption on foot.
Housemaid, aet. 20; scorbutus.
Girl, aet. 21, suffering three years; headache.
Mme. B., aet. 21, music teacher, small, blonde, blue eyes, lively, gay, wilful, a mother at 18, is pregnant six and a half months for second time; ophthalmia.
Girl, aet. 21, pale, delicate-looking; facial neuralgia.
Miss —, aet. 21, suffering seven weeks; gastric disturbance.
Girl, aet. 21, strong, healthy-looking; swelling of knee.
Woman, aet. 21; rheumatism of knee.
Man, aet. 21, publican and violinist; acne punctata.
Man, aet. 22, had scarlatina eleven years ago, since then suffering; dysecoia.
Woman, aet. 22, single, dressmaker, nervo-lymphatic temperament, weakly, slight built, when a child got a severe fall; gastralgia.
Man, aet. 22; asthma.
Man, aet. 22; pneumonia.
Man, aet. 22, slender, pale, suffering several years; eruption on limbs.
Man, aet. 23, dark complexion, freely perspiring skin; facial neuralgia.
Miss R., aet. 23, in poor health; facial neuralgia.
Man, aet. 23, suffering all his life; irritable bladder.
Scotchman, aet. 23, shipping clerk, slender frame, four years ago after lifting a heavy load vomited blood, since then had trouble with stomach; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 23, had inflammation of chest, not well since; neuralgia of chest.
Miss H., aet. 23, blonde, very fair complexion; chloasma.
Young lady, aet. 24, from childhood deaf, subject to attacks of tinea capitis, when 7 years old tinea and ophthalmia cured by cold washing; soreness of eyelids.
Woman, aet. 24, confined with first child, 5 weeks old; constipation.
Man, aet. 24, conductor on horse car; pneumonia.
Woman, aet. 24, mulatto, no children, house servant; vesicular eruption and cough.
Miss M., aet. 25, since death of mother seven years previously; melancholia and epilepsy.
Miss A. W., aet. 25, suffering several weeks; affection of stomach.
Miss F., aet. 25, dark, choleric-looking, menses irregular since puberty; amenorrhea.
Young lady, aet. 25, suffering from childhood; cough.
Man, aet. 25, during childhood had itch, which was treated by external applications; phthisis.
Man, aet. 25, tall, lank, spare built, stoop-shouldered, brother died of phthisis; phthisis pulmonalis.
Woman, aet. 26, suffering seven years; melancholia.
Farmhand, aet. 26, when 17 had itch; gastric disorder.
Man, aet. 26, seaman, yellowish complexion, sickly-looking, had typhus fever in West Indies three weeks before; ague.
Miss —, aet. 26; scarlet fever.
Man, aet. 27, sanguine-choleric temperament, strong, brunette, suffering for years; periodical attacks of conjunctivitis.
Man, aet. 27, lymphatic temperament, red hair, suffering eighteen months, after suppression of gonorrhea; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 27, subject to epileptic attacks, three weeks ago had quotidian fever suppressed, after fourth paroxysm, by quinine; pneumonia.
Man, aet. 28, tailor, dark hair, swarthy, greasy complexion; headache.
Woman, aet. 28, suffering several months; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 28; diarrhea.
Mrs. M., aet. 28, dark hair, blue eyes, no children, suffering since childhood; constipation.
Man, aet. 29; sexual weakness.
Man, aet. 29, sanguine temperament, light complexion, married; prostatitis.
Woman, aet. 29, mother of several children, subject to attacks since childhood; laryngitis.
Mrs. A., aet. 29; spasms.
Mulatto, aet. 30, fireman on locomotive; blepharitis.
Mrs. M., aet. 30, seven months pregnant; facial neuralgia.
Miss —, aet. 30, blonde, suffering since her fourteenth year; fungous growth on gum.
Man, aet. 30, bootcloser, pale complexion, suffering six weeks; gastralgia.
Man, aet. 30; enlargement of liver.
Woman, aet. 30, suffering twelve days; diarrhea and conjunctivitis.
Man, aet. 30; chronic diarrhea.
Mrs. —, aet. 30, confined seven weeks ago, suffering four or five years; hemorrhoids.
Man, aet. 30; hemorrhoids.
Man, aet. 30, short stature, as a student was greatly dissipated, chest affected for last eight years; phthisis.
Miss T., aet. 30, dressmaker, had diphtheria five years ago, since then ill; debility, etc.
Man, aet. 30, ten years ago fell from a ladder on back of head, since then suffering; epilepsy.
Mrs. M., aet. 31, brown hair, blue eyes, pregnant for third time; gastric disturbance.
Woman, aet. 32, black, married, no children; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 33, suffering two years; cephalalgia.
Woman, aet. 34, several years ago rapidly cured of itch by a salve, eye affected three months; arthritic ophthalmia.
Mrs. T., aet. 34, suffering three months; arthritic ophthalmia.
Mrs. H., aet. 34, nine years married, no children, had three miscarriages, suffering since first one; uterine affection.
Man, aet. 34, suffering three weeks; continuous remittent fever.
Mrs. —, aet. 35, several children, scrofulous temperament; ophthalmia.
Mrs. P., aet. 35, delicate-looking, has symptoms of phthisis, has a child thirteen months old which she weaned a fortnight ago, has been suffering a week; facial neuralgia.
Man, aet. 35, onanist since childhood, married eight years; spermatorrhea.
Man, aet. 36; headache.
Woman, aet. 36, suffering several years; backache.
Man, aet. 38, after suppression of tinea capitis; mania.
Man, aet. 38; hypochondriasis.
Woman, aet. 38, suffering one month; facial neuralgia.
Woman, aet. 39, suffering several years; affection of stomach.
Man, aet. 40, bilious temperament, of good habits, active, hard worker, suffering thirty years; coryza.
Woman, aet. 40, sick two years; gastro-enteritis.
Miss S., aet. about 40, had pleurisy at age of twenty-two, since then suffering; pain in chest.
Miller, aet. 40, robust, athletic build, after suppressed eczema; haemoptysis.
Man, aet. 40, suffering seven weeks; backache.
Man, aet. 40, phlegmatic temperament, strong; rheumatism in shoulder.
Man, aet. 40; swelling of knee.
Man, aet. 40, strong, healthy, married nineteen years, suffering two years; epilepsy.
Mrs. G., aet. 40; melancholia.
Man, aet. 41, suffering two months; rash on arms.
Woman, aet. 41, blonde, scrofulous; swelling of knee.
Mrs. H., aet. 41; swelling of knee.
Man, aet. 41, dark hair and eyes, strong constitution; porrigo favosa.
Man, aet. 42, father of a family, had syphilis five or six years ago, afterward ague in army, took large doses of quinine; rupia syphilitica.
Man, aet. 43, suffering five days; ophthalmia.
Lady, aet. 44, suffering for years; psoriasis.
Woman, aet. 45, menses had ceased; mental disturbance.
Woman, aet. 45, hysterical disposition, suffering fifteen years; chronic inflammation of liver.
Woman, aet. 45, brunette, choleric temperament, mother of several children; menstrual disorder.
Man, aet. 45, suffering a long time, broken-down condition, taken large doses of quinine; ague.
Man, aet. 46, vigorous and strong constitution, suffering several years; enuresis.
Mary F., aet. 46, servant, robust, clear complexion, healthy looking, having had change of life two years ago; nine years ago confined to hospital three months with same knee; gonitis.
Woman, aet. 47, suffering since childhood; ophthalmia.
Woman, aet. 47, delicate, mild temper, mother of ten children, suffering from her youth; ophthalmia.
Mrs. L., aet. 47, suffering three months; facial neuralgia.
Mrs. E. C., aet. 47, bilious temperament, suffering over a year; diarrhea.
Woman, aet. 48; amaurosis.
Mrs. E., aet. 48; cataract.
Man, aet. 48; ophthalmia.
Man, aet. 48, carpenter, suffering eight years; gastralgia.
Man, aet. 50, apoplectic, suffering for years; arthritic ophthalmia.
Man, aet. 50, clerk; weakness of right eye.
Woman, aet. 50, has cirrhosis of liver; hemorrhage from bowels.
Man, aet. 50; pneumonia.
Miss H., aet. 50, suffering sixteen years; rheumatic gout.
Man, aet. 50, nine years ago had a chancre burned, since then suffering; eruption on skin.
Man, aet. 50; corns and frostbite.
Mrs. H., aet. 51, widow, light complexion, light auburn hair, heavy, flabby features, large red nose; hepatic disorder.
Man, aet. 52, suffering thirty years; cough.
Man, aet. 53, sanguine choleric temperament, suffering several years; intestinal catarrh.
Woman, aet. 54; dysecoia.
Mrs. N., aet. 54; neuralgic pains in limbs.
German, aet. 55; cortical cataract.
Mrs. —, aet. about 55; affection of lids.
Man, aet. 55; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 56; rheumatism.
Workingman, aet. 58, two months ago had diarrhea which was checked, since then suffering; cephalalgia.
Man, aet. 58; affection of stomach.
Man, aet. 60, healthy; dysuria.
Woman, aet. 60, suffering several months; dysuria.
Man, aet. 60, gouty; rheumatism.
Woman, aet. 60, after removing a mole from shoulder; ulcer.
Woman, aet. 62, robust; headache.
Lady, aet. 62; gouty ophthalmia.
Man, aet. 62, short stature; colic.
Dr. W., aet. 62, nervous temperament, over six feet in height, but never fleshy, very abstemious, and leading a very careful like, a ripe scholar and a hard student, subject to frequent attacks of diarrhea for twenty years, invariably checked by bismuth and chalk, has been sick over a year; supposed heart disease, with mitral incompetency.
Man, aet. 64; dryness of throat.
Man, aet. 64, apoplectic, strong, suffering from hemorrhoids; asthma.
Mrs. O., aet. 65; neuralgic headache.
Lady, aet. 68, after operation for cataract; hypopyon.
Man, aet. 70; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 73, farm laborer, once a stalwart, able-bodied man, but now bending under years; ague.
Lady, aet. 80, suffering three weeks; diarrhea.
Young man, suffering thirteen years; headache.
Young lady, suffering from phthisis; terrifying dreams.
Kl —, a man at the best period of life, of robust constitution, suffering several years; scrofulous ophthalmia.
Miss S. F., maiden lady, very tall, spare, black hair and eyes; gastric disorder.
Middle-aged German, strong built, in America one year, formerly given to drinking; diarrhea.
Woman, middle-aged, suffering three years; diarrhea.
Man, married five years, suffering seven years; gleet.
Man, in good circumstances, florid complexion, single, after impure coition; ulcer on penis.
Sulphur frequently serves to rouse the reactive power of the system, when carefully selected remedies have failed to produce a favorable effect, especially in acute diseases.
Antidoted by: Acon., Camphor., Chamom., Cinchon., Mercur., Pulsat., Rhus tox., Sepia.
It antidotes: Acon., Cinchon., Iodium, Mercur., Nitric. acid., Rhus tox., Sepia. Ailments from abuse of metals generally.
Compatible: Calc. ost., Lycop., Sarsap., Sepia, Pulsat.; Sulphur, Calc. ost. and Lycop., or Sulphur., Sarsap. and Sepia, frequently follow in the order given.
Complementary: Aloe soc.