- Injury to eye, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 317; Inflammation of inferior maxillary bone, Cate, B. J. H., vol. 34, p. 378; Pain in knee, Funk, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 928; Fracture of bones, Gilchrist, Med. Inv., vol. 9, p. 79; Non-union of fracture, Hendrichs, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 71.
Pain in eyes after a knock or contusion of an obtuse body.
After being struck upon eye with a cane by a child, no visible injury, but a sensation on closing eye as if upper lid passed over an elevation on bulb of eye; on waking eye could not be easily opened, seemed spasmodically closed.
Menses stopped; headache, weight in forehead when she stoops; has it almost all time; a good deal of fever every other hour; cold all day, cramp and diarrhea; nose sore inside alae, wants to pick it; wants to rub her eyes; inflamed ears; feels as if something were in them, stopped up, cannot hear well.
More than a year ago fell and struck knee upon a stone; wound healed and left scarcely any trace, but there remained an acute stitching pain in place, felt when clothing touched part, or when knee was bent.
Man suffering with a spontaneous luxation of thigh since childhood, fell and received a fracture of affected thigh; after two months fragments were quite movable, and as union was despaired of, an apparatus was made which allowed him to sit on a chair during day; Symphytum 4, four globules every six hours, brought about complete union in twenty days.
As if upper lid passed over an elevation on closing eye; as if ears were stopped up.
Peculiar pain: in periosteum, after wounds have healed.
Pain: in eyes after a knock or contusion; across epigastrium.
Stitching pain: in healed wound on knee.
Griping pain: about navel.
Weight: in forehead when stooping.
Bruises, sprains; sore breasts.
Inflammation of bones; diseased spinous processes.
Facilitates union of fractured bones and lessens peculiar pricking pain; favors production of callous.
Touch of clothing: acute pain in injured knee, after wound healed.
Wants to rest eyes.
Mechanical injuries, bad effects from blows, bruises, thrusts on eye.
Non-union of fracture, particularly when trouble is of nervous origin.
Injury to bones; for example, when a blow on eyes injures orbital plates of frontal bone.
Irritable stump after amputation.
Peculiar pain in periosteum after wounds have healed.
Irritability of bone at point of fracture.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 10, 1891|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Symphytum Officinale|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|