- Diarrhea, Stow, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 209; Hencke, Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 146; A. H. Z., vol. 89, p. 63; B. J. H., vol. 33, p. 315; Summer diarrhea with vomiting, Blake, Hom. Rev., vol. 20, p. 606; Times Retros., vol. 2, p. 14; Cholera, Hencke, A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 119, and Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 148; Hencke, Brutger, Lembke, Riedel, N. A. J. H., vol. 1, p. 427; Jablanczy, Rummel, N. A. J. H., vol. 1, p. 433; Lumbrici and ascarides, Schulz, N. A. J. H., vol. 1, p. 434; Vomiting of pregnancy, Chase, N. A. J. H., vol. 1, p. 427.
Hiccough, followed by copious vomiting of bile. ~ Cholera.
Vomiting: of large masses of dark green bile and mucus; of large quantities of watery, albuminous substances; water is almost immediately vomited.
Very easy vomiting of a great quantity of watery, glairy fluid, accompanied by watery diarrhea; spasmodically contracting pains in stomach, burning in stomach, cramps in calves and coldness of body. ~ Cholera.
Uninterrupted vomiting. ~ Cholera.
Sensation of sinking, with nausea in pit of stomach.
Crampy, constrictive pains in epigastrium.
Persistent dull pressure in stomach.
Heat and burning in stomach.
Spasmodically contracting pains in stomach.
Much noise in abdomen, as if a full bottle was emptied, followed later by thin stool.
Rumbling in abdomen, with colic; amel. when walking in open air.
Abdomen: distended and soft; very much inflated; distended, tympanitic; swollen and sore to touch; contracted. ~ Cholera.
Pain in region of navel, deep.
Burning in abdomen; seeks to cool himself by throwing off covering and lying on ground.
Lancinating, stinging pain with colic.
Sudden desire for stool, and constant noises as of liquids in abdomen, especially in left side.
Thin stool, preceded and followed by much rumbling, and at times a noise as if a bottle was being emptied.
Colic followed by discharge of large, watery, odorless stool.
Continued discharge of water by stool.
Stools painless, thin, watery, with loud, fluid rumbling, and gushing out of stool; agg. mornings.
Watery diarrhea, as if it spurted from him.
Diarrhea profuse; gushing out like a torrent.
Severe diarrhea occurring suddenly in Summer, in connection with a sharp attack of vomiting.
After taking cold, sleepless; slight pain in bowels; after midnight profuse watery discharge; a few hours later, again and again, weakening patient greatly; stools profuse, watery, without smell. ~ Diarrhea.
Easy vomiting of large quantities of watery substance like albumen; diarrhea, contents of rectum gush out like a torrent; anxiety, with burning at stomach; anguish, with coldness of body; viscid sweat; violent cramps in lower limbs; calves look like flat splints; abdomen flattened after many stools. ~ Cholerine.
Vomiting, with cramp in abdomen; frequent, profuse, pale, watery, urgent stools; loud rumbling, as of water pouring from a bottle; abdomen flat; face pale, shrivelled; great thirst for water or lemonade.
During menses, which had ceased for thirty hours, uninterrupted vomiting of scentless, white, gelatinous fluid; cramps in calves and brachial muscles; body blue, cold as marble, and covered with cold, clammy sweat; pulse imperceptible; abdomen contracted; unquenchable thirst; drinks much cold water; burning in abdomen, which she seeks to relieve by lying on ground; mind placid, rather ecstatic, taking little notice of her cramps and other affections. ~ Cholera morbus.
Fearful vomiting, coming up at once in quantity, of watery or glairy fluid, with crampy, constrictive pains in gastric region, or burning in stomach; continued discharge of water from anus; cramps in calves; general coldness of body. ~ Cholera.
Sudden, violent vomiting of watery fluids, with cramps in stomach; cool skin; weak, soft, slow pulse; great debility; anxiety and fear, as though cramps in calves would set in; stool diarrheic yesterday; to-day neither stool nor urine. ~ Cholera.
First stage of cholera, before period of collapse.
Very abundant alvine evacuations, mushy, with a large number of lumbrici and ascarides.
Griping, sticking pains in abdomen, continuing a long time, accompanied by sensation as if balls were rolling together in abdomen; constipation; pains occasionally so severe that he shrieked and writhed about in bed; after five drops a copious evacuation with a quantity of lumbrici and ascarides; the same with the following evacuations.
Stitches in anus and rectum.
Slight cramplike jerkings in both calves, with painless diarrhea.
Cramps in calves. ~ Cholera.
Violent, cramplike pain in lower legs, and cramps in calves, which become knotted.
Violent cramps in legs and feet.
Tingling in toes.
Itching between toes at night.
The heels are very sensitive when walking on them.
Morning: headache begins; metallic, bloody taste, with much spitting of saliva; stools agg.
Night: dryness of mouth and tongue, without thirst; itching between toes.
After midnight: profuse watery discharge; a few hours later again and again.
Chilliness in back, with heat in face and head.
Chilliness with cold hands and blue nails.
Coldness of body.
Body cold as marble and mottled blue. ~ Cholera.
Cold hands, with heat in mouth and throat.
Heat in head, face and ears.
General cold, clammy perspiration.
Cold, clammy sweat on skin. ~ Cholera.
Mouth feels as if scalded; as if balls were rolling together in abdomen; rumbling as if a bottle was being emptied.
Pain: in region of navel.
Severe pain: in abdomen.
Lancinating stinging pain: in abdomen.
Violent cramplike pain: in lower legs.
Stitches: in anus and rectum.
Griping, sticking pains: in abdomen.
Violent cramps: in lower limbs.
Cramps: in calves; in abdomen; in bronchial muscles.
Violent pressing pain: in temples.
Contracting pains: in stomach.
Constrictive pains: in epigastrium, in gastric region.
Slight cramplike jerkings: in both calves.
Spasmodic constriction: in throat.
Persistent dull pressure: in stomach.
Smarting: of margin of lids.
Burning: in stomach; of tongue; in mouth and throat; in abdomen.
Burning hot ears.
Heat: of head; in back part of head; of mouth; in face; in ears.
Dryness: of mouth; of tongue; in fauces; in throat.
Numbness: of tongue.
Stiffness: of muscles on forehead and neck.
Sinking: in pit of stomach.
Heaviness: of head.
Tingling: in toes.
Quivering: in left upper eyelid.
Itching: of margins of lids; of nose; between toes at night.