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Phosphorus. The Element.

Introduced by Hahnemann and proved by himself, Coullon, Gross, Hering, Schreter, Stapf, Hartlaub, etc. Toxicological reports are very numerous. See Allen's Encyclopaedia, vol. 7, p. 366.

Provings of Amorphous Phosphorus by H. N. Martin. See Hah. Mo., vol. 12, p. 353 and Tr. H. M. Soc., Pa., 1874-8, p. 174.


- Mental disturbance, Schmidt, Hartung, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 39; Kent, Med. Adv., vol. 21, p. 362; Deliria, Jahr, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, p. 195; Vertigo, Hesse, A. H. Z., vol. 110, p. 156; Müller, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 22; Syncope, Haynel, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 40; Apoplexy, Schmid, Sturm, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 95; Headache and vertigo, Berridge, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, pp. 77, 179; Headache, Wesselhoeft, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 89; Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 181; Mills, Org., vol. 3, p. 91; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 273; Hemicrania, Kafka, Hah. Mo., vol. 12, p. 637; Shocks in head, Bauer, Org., vol. 3, p. 359, from N. A. J. H., Feb., 1880; Noises in occiput, Ussher, A. H. Z., vol. 112, p. 6, from Hom. World, Oct., 1885; Congestion, Gale, Org., vol. 3, p. 301; Congestion, with cold feeling in cerebellum, Farrington, Trans. Hom. Med. Soc. Pa., 1884, p. 317; Cerebral edema, Buchner, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 139; Hydrocephalus, Mossa, A. H. Z., vol. 105, p. 156; Numbness in forehead, B. J. H., vol. 27, p. 553; Tumor in head, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 306; Exostoses on skull, Knorre, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 439; Alopecia, Sager, Barnard, A. H. Z., vol. 102, pp. 93, 135; Loss of vision, Ussher, Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 61, from H. W., vol. 9, p. 62; Amaurosis, Goullon B. J. H., vol. 36, p. 93, from A. H. Z., vol. 92, No. 24; Schwarz, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 345; Gastier, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 152; Amblyopia, Buchmann, A. H. Z., vol. 108, p. 97; Asthenopia, Hall, H. M., vol. 4, p. 403; Glaucoma, Weber, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 342; Wanstall, Norton's Ophthal. Therap., p. 140; Use in retinitis albuminurica, Squier, Hah. Mo., vol. 11, p. 568; Pustule on cornea, Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 84; Ophthalmia, Beretti, Times Ret., 1875, p. 42, from Riv. Om., 1875; Berridge, N. E. M. G., vol. 10, p. 165, Knorre, B. J. H., vol. 6, p. 513; Feeling of sand in eye, Berridge, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 81; Affection of eye, Schler, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 331; Dysecoia, Altschul, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 160; Goullon, B. J. H., vol. 34, p. 697; Lobethal, Schwarze, Rentsch, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 372; Otorrhea, Theobald, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 329; Coryza, Neuschafer, Trinks, Kafka, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 127; Berridge, Times Ret., 1875, p. 28; Inflammation of nose, Schler, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 398; Nasal polypus, Tietze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 403; Affections of nose, Rosenberg, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, pp. 167, 173; Prosopalgia, Gaspary, Haustein, Ker, Schindler, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 428; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 273; Ker, B. J. H., vol. 7, p. 490; Neuralgia of head and face, Sorge, B. J. H., vol. 32, p. 12, from Ann. d. Hom. Klin., vol. 3, p. 30; Erysipelas of the face, Schmid, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 146; Ulcer on lower lip, Ivan, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 445; Tumor on lip, Freschi, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 42, from Riv. Om., July, 1870; Eczema of chin, Bayes, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 269; Swelling of jaw bone, Schmidt, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 471, C. Hg., MSS.; Toothache, Gosewich. Org., vol. 3, p. 221; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 272; Hemorrhage from gums, Simpson, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 140, from Hom. World, Oct., 1883; Caries of teeth, Altschul, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 471; Affection of teeth gums, Bayes, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 268; Inflammation and ulceration of soft palate, Siegrist, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 511; Tonsillitis, Berridge, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 158; Stricture of esophagus, Guernsey, Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 104, from A. J. H. M. M., vol. 5, p. 19; Regurgitation of food and urticaria, Payne, Hah. Mo., vol. 5, p. 199; Vomiting, Kershaw, Org., vol. 2, p. 115; Cold feeling in stomach, Allen, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 75; Fullness in stomach, Landesmann, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 115, from A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 147; Pains in stomach and head, Brown, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 243; Gastralgia, Garrison, Times Ret., 1877, p. 93, from Hom. Times, vol. 5, p. 96; Cardialgia, Brown, T. A. I. H., 1880, p. 225; Meyer, B. J. H., vol. 18, p. 265; Schrn, Gross, Kretschmar, Hirsch, vehsem., Hartlb., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 652; Gastric neurosis, Percussel, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 277; Gastric disturbances, Guernsey, H. M., vol. 5, p. 22; by editor Org., vol. 3, p. 31; Gastritis, Sharp, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 287; Gastro-intestinal inflammation, Scharp, N. A. J. H., vol. 4, p. 343; Chronic catarrh of stomach, Müller, Meyer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 15, p. 278; Haematemesis, Holeczek, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 575; Neucker, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 209, from A. H. Z., vol. 79, p. 32; Ulcer of the stomach, Heyne, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 118, from A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 188; Elb, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 320; Cancer of stomach, Bolle, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 321; Nicol, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 208, from A. H. Z., vol. 46; Affection of stomach, C. P. S., Hah. Mo., vol. 14, p. 61; Disordered liver, hepatic congestion, Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 274; Jaundice, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 703; Chronic icterus, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 229, from Hom. World, vol. 4, p. 101; Fatty degeneration of liver, Bayes, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 268; Flatulency, Berridge, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 496; Boparius, T. A. I. H., 1880, p. 225; Moroe, Times Ret., 1876, p. 94, from M. I., vol. 4, p. 492; Flatulent colic, Hartmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 761; Flatulency and diarrhea, Bojanus, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 112; Intestinal catarrh, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 210, from Hom. Cl., 1869, p. 60; Inflammation of superior vena cava, Ksemann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 727; Diarrhea, Rummel, Schwarze, lobethal, Henke, Diez, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 843; Hofrichter, Kafka, Müller, Weber, Horner, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 426; Kunkel, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 11; Chamberlain, Times Ret., 1876, p. 18, from Mass. Trans., vol. 4, p. 366; Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 274; Lilienthal, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 138; Nelson, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 63; Gage, Times Ret., 1877, p. 30, from Am. Hom., vol. 1, p. 231; Dysentery, Wakeman, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 29; Dake, Org., vol. 3, p. 355; Guernsey, H. M., vol. 5, p. 22; Chronic dysentery, Bell, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 286; Cholera infantum, Fetterhoff, Times Ret., 1876, p. 146, from M. I., 1876; Cholerine, Gerstl, Reubel, Fleischmann, Roth, Schmid, Rummel, Vehsem., Montagk, Schweikert, lobeth, Kurtz, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 953; Pemerl, Engelhard, Gerstl, Schweikert, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 480; Cholera, Lippe, Org., vol. 3, p. 219; Proctor, B. J. H., vol. 25, p. 95; Involuntary stool, Lillie, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 80; Involuntary stool and urination, Dufresne, N. A. J. H., vol. 3, p. 331, from Bib. Hom., vol. 4, p. 179; Kent, Hom. Phys., vol. 4, p. 292; Fetid stools and flatus, Gregg, Times Ret., 1876, p. 18, from N. Y. S. T., 1876, p. 134; Pain during stool, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 4, p. 289; Paralysis of rectum, Hafen, A. H. Z., vol. 105, p. 116, Bleeding from rectum, Hirsch, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 495; Hemorrhoids, Gillet, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 1002; Tapeworm, Linz, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 806; Nephritis, Pfander, A. H. Z., vol. 108, p. 37; Morbus Brightii, Buchner, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 139; Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 131 (relieved); Albuminuria of gestation, Wesselhoeft, T. A. I. H., 1883, pp. 688-690; Impotence, Spech, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 536; Sexual debility, Gramm, T. H. M. S. Pa., 1886, p. 162; Effects of masturbation, Eidherr, B. J. H., vol. 27, p. 33; Gleet, Meyer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 549; Hydrocele, Rockwith, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 47; Nymphomania, Guernsey, Obstet., p. 554; Weakness of womb, Simmons, Hom. Rev., vol. 15, p. 178; Menorrhagia, Haustein, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 592; Dysmenorrhea, Rummel, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 61: Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 369; Menstrual disturbances, Fielitz, Vehsemann, Gross, Elwart, Widemann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 240; Ludlam, Times Ret., 1876, p. 132, from M. I., vol. 4, p. 279; Leucorrhea, Müller, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 643; Condyloma of vagina, Hom. Quarterly, vol. 2, p. 88; see Gilchrist Surg., p. 162; Nodosities in breasts, Altmüller, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 377; Galactorrhea, Vehsemann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 413; Mastitis, Knorre, Lobeth, Weber, Vehsemann, Gross, Haustein, Dietz, Stapf, H. in F. E., Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 419; Helmuth, Times Ret., 1875, p. 149; Mammary abscess and fistula, Webster, N. A. J. H., vol. 13, p. 255; Vomiting of pregnancy, Simpson, Hom. Rev., vol. 18, p. 211; Paralysis of vocal chords, Welsch, Times Ret., 1875, p. 63, from A. H. Z., vol. 91, p. 101; Aphonia, Morse, Times Ret., 1876, p. 82, from M. I., vol. 4, p. 491; Moffat. N. A. J. H., vol. 5, p. 376; Hoarseness, Hansen, A. H. Z., vol. 113, p. 37; Goullon, B. J. H., vol. 34, p. 697; Gross, Schrn, Tietze, Krmer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 171; Fischer, Times Ret., 1876, p. 81, from A. H. Z., vol. 92, p. 93; Croup, Kreuss, Rummel, Weber, Hartmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 134; Hirsch, Vehsemeyer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 134; Hirsch, Vehsemeyer, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 763; Marenzeller, Liedbeck, B. J. H., vol. 5, p. 307; Goullon, Times Ret., 1876, p. 82, from H. K., vol. 21, p. 35; Influenza, Lobeth, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 47; Bell, N. E. M. G., vol. 4, p. 85; Bronchitis, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 97; Kafka, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 691; Gerstel, Times Ret., 1876, p. 84, from A. H. Z., vol. 92, p. 149; Asthma, Lobeth, Gross, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 194; Cough, Pemerl, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 22; Morse, Times Ret., 1876, p. 83, from M. L., vol. 4, p. 491; Nankivell, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 104, from H. W., vol. 7, p. 279; Nankivell, Raue's Rec., 1874, p. 133, from H. W., vol. 8, pp. 8, 114; Hawley, N. Y. S. T., 1876-7, p. 27; Miller, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 527; Iszard, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 418; Bayes, Hom. Rev., vol. 13, p. 267; Cushing, N. E. M. G., vol. 5, p. 560; Burchfield, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 349; Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 547; Boenninghausen, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 92, from Neues Archiv, vol. 2, No. 1, p. 91 (during measles); Hirschel, B. J. H., vol. 31, p. 250; Affection of chest, Dunn, Hom. Rec., vol. 3, p. 255; Wakemann, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 27; Pneumonia (remarks with twenty-three cases), Fleischmann, Hartmann, Wurm, Trinks, Buchner, Watzke, Griessel, Rothansl, Hartlaub etc., etc., Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 3, pp. 311-324; Kraisell, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 188, from A. H. Z., vol. 78, p. 53; Newton, Hom. Rev., vol. 15, p. 474; Pearson, Times Ret., 1875, p. 67, from M. I., 1875, p. 26; Bronchitis, Ozanne, B. J. H., vol. 8, pp. 505-34, Fleischmann, Reiss, Linz, Black, B. J. H., vol. 9, p. 141; Seinrauf, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 340; Kafka, Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 100, from H. Kl., 1870, p. 61; Croupous pneumonia (two cases), Brown, Times Ret., 1877, p. 87, from H. R., p. 31; Haemoptysis, Knorre, Hartm., Lembke, Elwert, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 221; Rssel, Times Ret., 1875, p. 67, from A. H. Z., vol. 90, p. 109; S. Schmid, B. J. H., vol. 5, p. 275; Incipient tuberculosis, Blake, Hom. Rev., vol. 11, p. 759; Pulmonary tuberculosis, Stens, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 193, from A. H. Z., vol. 79, p. 118; Phthisis, Libert, Hartmann, Argenti, Bethmann, Knorre, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 386; Morse, Times Ret., 1876, p. 87, from M. T., vol. 4, p. 491; Edema of lungs, Baehr, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 28; Palpitation of heart, Braums, Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 107; Wolf, Ehrhardt, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 448; Cardiac rheumatism, Wells, Hom. Rev., vol. 3, p. 303; Fatty degeneration of heart, Smith, Times Ret., 1877, p. 91; Threatened heart failure, Zwingenberg, B. J. H., vol. 34, p. 167; Spinal affection, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 471; Rheumatism of arm, Ide, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 27; Pain in arm, Berridge, N. A. J. H., vol. 22, p. 189; Growth on thumb, with hemorrhage, Everett, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 41; Coxalgia, Maly, Weber, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 575; Paralysis of legs, Engelhardt, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 475; Hafen, A. H. Z., vol. 105, p. 194; Vandenbergh, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 305, from A. H. Z., vol. 79, p. 31; Freezing of toes, Schwarze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 176; Neuralgia, Mc Clatchey, Hah. Mo., vol. 9, p. 91; Rheumatic neuralgia, Wakemann, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 25; Convulsions, Palmer, N. E. M. G., vol. 5, p. 559; Nervousness, Wakemann, Med. Adv., vol. 20, p. 28; Nervous debility, Elwert, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 59, from Hyg., vol. 21, p. 130; Numbness, etc., after diphtheria, Cochran, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 398; Paralysis of sixth pair of nerves, Sorge, B. J. of H., vol. 21, p. 147; Paralysis, Arnold, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 55, Trinks, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 873; Duchenne's pseudo-hypertrophic paralysis, Clifton, B. J. H., vol. 36, p. 127; Paralytic rheumatism, Sorge, B. J. H., vol. 22, p. 565; Lorbacher, Hah. Mo., vol. 9, p. 460; Spasmodic irritation of vagus, Hirschel, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 135; Disease of sympathetic nervous system, Hendrichs, Hah. Mo., vol. 14, p. 61, from A. H. Z., Aug. 15th, 1878; Restless sleep, Morse, Times Ret., 1876, p. 32, from M. I., vol. 4, p. 412; Scarlet fever, Trinks, Lobeth, Rck, Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 60; Hidberger, Rck. Hl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 372; Neuschaffer, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 239, from A. H. Z., vol. 74, p. 140; Typhoid fever, Goullon, Kidd, Vehsem., Kallenbach, Conrad, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 765; Typhus abdominalis, Trinks, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 322; Hectic fever, Schmid, B. J. H., vol. 5, p. 276; Anaemia, Widmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 2, p. 275; Purpura hemorrhagica, Arnold, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 205; Müller, Arnold, B. J. H., vol. 36, p. 361; Boyce, Hom. Rev., vol. 5, p. 566; Fungus haematodes, Romark, Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 327, B. J. H., vol. 26, p. 658; Hughes, Romark, B. J. H., vol. 29, p. 794; Hering, Rck. Hl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 306; Rheumatism, Gaspary, Tietze, Gross, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 530; Hansen, A. H. Z., vol. 113, p. 4; Gout and rheumatism (inhalation), Marcy, N. A. J. Y., vol. 4, p. 96; Brown spots on body, impetigo, Knorre, Eulenberg, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 253; Eczema, Lichen, Marcy, N. A. J. H., vol. 4, p. 96; Psoriasis, Heyne, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 249, from A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 188; Kafka, Times Ret., 1875, p. 137; Boils, ulcers, Cooper, Hom. Rev., vol. 14, p. 274; Editor of Org., vol. 1, p. 237; Measles, Tuelff, Schwarze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 97; Schwarze, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 98; Variola, Fleischmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 113.

MIND. [1]

Excited imagination; zoomagnetic condition; ecstasy; clairvoyance.
Mind is overactive; great flow of thoughts difficult to arrange.
Memory generally quick.
Irritability of mind and body; prostrated from least unpleasant impression.
Any lively impression is followed by heat, as if immersed in hot water.
Excitable, easily angered, vehement, from which he afterwards suffers.
Anxious: filled with gloomy forebodings; as if about to die; about termination of her illness; and restless; at twilight; when alone; about the future; during a thunderstorm; with palpitation; as if below her left breast, so painful that her whole body trembled, at times with bitter eructations and palpitation; and restless with much sweat on forehead and heat of head; oppression.
Fear and dread: in evening; of death; as if something were creeping out of every corner; late in evening as if a horrible face were looking out of every corner.
Mental depression and a most uncommon fearfullness or timidity with great sense of fatigue.
Great indisposition to mental or physical exertion.
No capacity for mental work, absence of thought, as if he could not grasp any thought; disinclination to study or converse; slow flow of ideas, absence of mind.
Unable to collect his senses, in morning on rising; head dizzy, heavy, painful, as if he had been lying at night with bead too low.
While reflecting: headache and dyspnea; feeling of apprehension at pit of stomach; weak feeling in head.
Apathy: indifferent even to his own children; answers no questions, or replies wrongly; took no notice of things about him, but his responses were always correct; answers slowly, moves sluggishly.
Seemed dumb and dazed for many days.
Stupor, delirium, grasping at flocks.
Sadness and anxiety, regularly recurring at twilight; from nervous exhaustion.
Does not like to be alone.
Weary of life; full of gloomy forebodings.
Gloomy, taciturn, sad and reflective.
Dejection; thought he would die.
Hypochondriasis; sadness alternating with mirth and laughter; uneasy about one's health; paroxysms of anguish, when alone or in stormy weather, with timorous disposition; told those about him repeatedly that he could not possibly recover, and gave some disjointed directions about his business affairs.
Melancholy, sheds tears; or with attacks of involuntary laughter.
Hysterical alternation of laughter and weeping.
Amativeness; erotic melancholia.
Shamelessness; uncovers herself and wishes to go naked, as if insane.
Destroys what comes into her hands; talks in a vehement, commanding tone; spits at nurse, lifts up her clothes and kisses hotly all who come near her; does things wrongly and talks disconnectedly; tongue whitish; sleeplessness; menses scanty, pale and watery.
Delirium: loquacious; violent, at first alternating with intervals of consciousness, afterwards interrupted; erotic with indications of great excitement of sexual system; violent, forgot to pass water; respiration very difficult, pulse very small, skin dry, tongue brown; fancied he was in several pieces and could not get the fragments properly adjusted.
Crazy deliria in a young woman who was strictly moral and unhappy in her love; accused herself of the most obscene actions, of which she never was guilty; simultaneous hysterical laughing and crying spells.
Delirium tremens: increasing prostration; pulse frequent, soft, tremulous, intermittent; skin cool, clammy, moist; respiration rapid, rattling, blowing; breath cool; stupor with muttering; twitching of muscles; jerkings; singultus; trembling of tongue; difficult deglutition; rattling sound when swallowing; great nervous irritability; salacity.
Chronic alcoholism: great mental and physical exhaustion; trembling of limbs when trying to use them; jerking of single muscles; arms powerless; legs paralyzed; vertigo with loss of consciousness; indifference even towards dearest friends; forgetful and stupid, he does something else than he intended; monomania de grandeur et de la richesse; idiocy; inclined to diarrhea, stools and flatulency; dry scaly skin.
Maniacal attacks, coming on during sleep; fury and extreme violence, so that no one dare approach him; destroys everything in the room; eyes remain closed; after two or three hours lies down and sleeps a few minutes, recollects nothing on waking.
Dementia paralytica; brain weak, exhausted; silliness; idiocy.
Mental symptoms come on after excitement at theatre and she becomes sleepless; then full of fear, especially at piano; constantly on lookout for something to happen; hears voices; hot head and face; sexual dreams and violent sexual excitement.
Brain fag from mental overwork and constant strain of eyes.


Suddenly fell to ground unconscious, life apparently extinct; pulse and respiration lost; face red and like rest of body cool to touch; irresponsive to loud calls; friction brought about no reaction and only when a needle was plunged deeply into sole of foot there occurred a slight twitching; after grief from disappointed love. ~ Apoplexy.
Apoplexy, grasps at head; mouth drawn to left.
Vertigo: several times a day; staggers while walking so that people might think her intoxicated; in forenoon while walking everything turned around with her; as if chair were rising; as if all the blood rushed to head; with roaring in ears, on rising; in morning constantly increasing, like a heavy pressing downward of forepart of head; with headache; as soon as he makes any effort to rise; on rising from a seat; on looking up or down; on moving head as if he would fall; in morning, after rising from bed; nervous, from abuse of narcotics, coffee; with fainting; agg. after meals and in morning; in evening in bed; with congestion of blood to head, nausea and oppressive headache; on rising in morning with weakness in legs, so that for a few moments after getting out of bed they cannot stand; must lie down a few minutes before they can go about; agg. towards evening and in open air; pain in right side of head after attack, cannot lie on left side because of palpitation; from overexertion of eyes, with muscae volitantes; from smell of flowers, gas, ethereal oils, turpentine, with fainting; from loss of vital fluids; followed by nausea and an oppressive pain in centre of brain; with stupefaction and a sensation as if he would fall forward; as if chair on which he was sitting were rising and as if he were looking down; with sensation of emptiness in head.
Great heaviness, confusion and dullness in head.
Great weakness of head so that she could not endure sound of piano.
Sense of exhaustion and bewilderment in brain, with vertigo and disposition to fall down; amel. in cool air.


In forehead: dull pain, to root of nose and to upper lids, with vertigo, agg. turning head or any violent motion; amel. in open air; pressure extending into eyes, as if they would be pressed out; pressive headache above eyes, aching weight with stuffed feeling in nose, amel. in open air; headache as if a weight pressed down into eyes; weight and throbbing on waking, amel. by cold washing, agg. on stooping, sometimes lasting all day; burning headache; drawing and boring on one side extending into bones of face and parietal bone; headache on walking with heat in head, disinclination to rise or move about; numbness and aching, with weakness in sacral region; headache over left eye.
In temples: throbbing pain; pulsation in left.
Cold crampy pain on whole left side of head.
Cephalalgia, of five years standing; came on at irregular intervals, but generally from stooping; pain shoots from one temple to other and at times flies through to occiput, agg. in front of head; paroxysms preceded by dimness of sight and accompanied by a feeling of sickness; bowels relaxed for a day or so, and then constipated for a week; it appears to him as if food did not digest properly; appetite very indifferent; does not relish anything.
Intense pain in whole head and in eyes, agg. in left eye, in forenoon or from stooping; amel. while eating, lying down and after sleeping.
Severe pains in head like a kind of stupefaction, with rush of blood and pulsation.
Terrible attacks of headache from mental work, with weakness and strained feeling of eyes.
For an hour roaring in head and right ear; agg. lying on left side; amel. lying on right, with headache.
Headache many years; agg. in left side, through eye into back of head, with nausea; sensation of faintness at stomach; always very hungry during headaches; attacks once a week, lasting from one to three days; agg. at noon; increasing from morning till noon, decreasing from noon till evening.
Sick-headache: with pulsations and burning mostly in forehead; with nausea and vomiting from morning until noon; agg. from music, while masticating, and in warm room.
Hemicrania: face congested; forehead or occiput swollen; touching swollen part causes most excruciating pain; unilateral, pulsating, pressing, boring and burning pains in one or the other temple, radiating to forehead, eyes and vertex, with sensation as if there were painful nodes under scalp, painful to touch; a sensation as if patient were pulled by hair, or as if head would burst in consequence of pressure and fullness of brain; pain appears mostly in evening and morning, with frequent yawning and turgescent face, and watery urine; agg. by speaking, eating, in warm room; amel. in fresh air, by rest and sleep; after attack lassitude prevails, and patient is liable to fresh colds; after every attack, which came nearly every week and lasted twenty-four hours, looked pale and haggard; felt very tired when walking or standing, and had to rest during every exertion; extremities felt cold for many hours after an attack and got warm after being in bed some time; is unable to answer promptly any question addressed to her.
Neuralgia: head must be warmly wrapped up night and day; from anemia from loss of blood and severe exhausting diseases; from scrofulous or tuberculous (nonsyphilitic) exostoses.
Dull stupefying headache.
Compression and weight of head with pressure on upper lids, amel. by washing face in cold water and in open air.
Headache: every other day; sets in while reflecting; with increased sensitiveness to odors; congestive, nervous, hysterical, from grief, anger, chagrin or abuse of spirits, or excessive study.
Hot vertex after grief.
Sensation of coldness in cerebellum, with stiffness in brain.
Pains darting about different parts of body, agg. morning and evening, and often severely affect head in children.
Congestion to head: seeming to come up spine and thence into head; burning, stinging pains and pulsations, commencing in occiput; red face, puffy under eyes; whenever she washes clothes or walks fast; chronic, with stinging in occiput and pulsations there and in whole head; agg. from mental work, brain fag, etc.
Shocks in occiput or all parts of head. ~ Epilepsy.
Shocks in head always following a day of overwork, either mental or physical, and always occurred after retiring when just losing herself in sleep; they consisted of a loud snap in occiput, and would rouse her to full consciousness, with a shattered sensation in head as if something had really exploded there; head felt jarred for a few moments; fatigue and especially worry excited them.
Noises in back part of head, appearing and disappearing suddenly; sometimes injected eyes.
Heat on top of head, dizziness, buzzing and throbbing in head; swelling under eyes; palpitation from mental emotions; emphysema. ~ Hyperemia of brain.
Apoplexia nervosa in an old woman who was greatly weakened by previous bleeding and venesection.
Impending paralysis of brain and collapse; burning pain in brain.
Hydrocephalus acutus; child dull and inclined to sleep all the time; vomits drinks as soon as they become warm in stomach; profuse greenish diarrhea; great prostration.
Hydrocephaloid symptoms from great exhaustion. ~ Summer complaint.
Cerebral edema; takes no interest in anything; can only be brought to consciousness for a few minutes; does not answer any questions or does it wrongly; suffers from dilatation of right heart, caused by atheroma of pulmonary arteries and from fatty liver; urine shows a moderate quantity of albumen and nephritic elements, no ammonia.
Chronic meningitis.
Softening of brain, with constant wearied, tired feeling, persistent headache, slow at answering questions, vertigo, feet drag, formication, numbness in limbs.
Incipient hemiplegia.
Acute atrophy of brain and medulla oblongata, with uraemia.
Tendency to atrophy of brain in old age.


Tension in face and skin of forehead as if too tight: frequently only on one side; agg. from change of temperature and while eating; amel. after eating; with anxiety.
Dry, painful heat of scalp, compelling one to uncover head; temperature of body not increased; amel. when lying down.
Clammy perspiration on head only, and in palms of hands, with discharge of much turbid urine.
Violent itching on scalp.
Unnatural accumulation of dandruff.
Dandruff copious, falls out in clouds; roots of hair turn grey and dry, and hair comes out in bunches; itching agg. from scratching, amel. at the time, but agg. after scratching.
Denuded part of scalp clear, white and smooth. ~ Tinea decalvans. ~ Favus.
Scaly, bald spots on head.
Itching pimples on scalp.
Soft, elastic tumor, as large as a hen's egg, on parietal bone; visible pulsations in tumor, around which a sharp, rough, indented opening could be felt in underlying bone; entire surface of tumor denuded of hair; no inflammation.
Exostoses on frontal, left parietal and occipital bones, varying in size from bean to hazelnut, looking like tophi.
Periostitis of skull.
Head affected: from taking cold; from remaining in hot rooms; after having hair cut.
A sensation as if pulled by the hair.


Appearance before eyes: sparks in the dark; luminous, especially red; various flashing lights; muscae volitantes; flashes of light; halo around light; various flashes of light and color; green halo around candle; misty, with attacks of vanishing of sight; blackness or black points or sparks; flickering, with roaring in head.
Eyes very sensitive to light or dazzled by bright lights.
Aversion to light.
On reading, letters look red, outline undefined; objects tremble.
Objects look green or grey.
Color appear black before eyes.
All objects appear to be covered with a grey veil.
Eyes give out while reading; after reading, dull pain deep in eyes.
Obliged to hold objects near to see distinctly; at a distance everything seems enveloped in a smoke or mist.
Sees more distinctly in morning in twilight than during day, or by shading eyes with hand.
Eyes very weak, seem large, and difficult to get lids over them.
Dimness of sight, photophobia; unable to read by candlelight. ~ Excessive use of tobacco.
Distant objects appear to be covered with a mist.
It seems as if a black veil were before right eye.
Momentary blindness, as from fainting.
Paroxysm of nyctalopia; or of a sensation as if things were covered with a grey veil.
Amaurosis and amblyopia.
Amaurosis of right eye of seven years' duration; consequent upon sexual excesses, especially if associated with fatty liver.
Gradually or rapidly increasing myopia; incipient amaurosis, particularly of left eye; could hardly see large type when held close to eyes during daylight, much less other objects.
Amblyopia from loss of fluids; also in morbus Brightii.
A woman, aet. 21, had been troubled some time with a blurring of vision which came on suddenly after reading; since then has had a dull pain in eye after reading a short time, compelling her to desist; at times her sight is very dim and black spots pass before eyes; is always agg. from looking at any bright shining object and in lamplight, but is amel. in twilight; lids feel heavy in morning. ~ Asthenopia.
Blindness after lightning-stroke.
Upon falling asleep at night, frequent deceptions of vision, sparks before eyes, shooting pains through eyes, appearance of flashes of lightning; very great weight of head, throbbing, beating and pressure agg. in left temple, almost intolerable; by day flickering before eyes; in evening in darkness flashes before eyes, violent burning and transient shooting in them, sometimes even when eyes were closed, seemed to be looking into a sea of fire or into a vessel full of glaring, red, molten iron; finally deceptions of light occurred also by day; eyes extremely sensitive to light; deathly paleness of face; if room was darkened appearances of light became more pronounced and they increased with the pains towards evening until far into night to such a degree of severity that he feared he would go mad; slight pale-reddish color of the sclerotic, especially in external canthi. ~ Glaucoma.
Glaucoma after iridectomy, pulling as if something were pulled tight over eyes, with spangles (white) around gas and a boring in eye extending into head.
Glaucoma; useful in improving vision and removing subjective symptoms after an iridectomy; halo around light; vision hazy; objects appear red.
Ciliary neuralgia accompanying glaucoma.
Rapidly progressing chorio-retinitis, in a man who had been writing in a cellar by poor light for several months and using tobacco to excess; atrophied spots in choroid very marked, surrounded by areola of active inflammation; retina hazy, blurred; optic disk red, somewhat swollen, with an undefined margin; vitreous, slightly turbid, with floating opacities; complained of a mist and of pinkish globules before vision, especially after a bright light; outlines of objects seemed uneven, wavering, trembling, on reading letters looked red, especially by gaslight and flashing of lights before vision; patient weak and perspired easily.
Retinitis nyctalopia, albuminurica or apoplectica.
Congestion of retina, balls sore on motion, no photophobia, pains extending from eyes to top of head.
Cherry-red color before vision in optic neuritis and other diseases of fundus.
Disease of fundus and disturbance of function of optic nerve.
Choroid hyperemia and muscae volitantes.
Arthritic ophthalmia with leucomatous opacity of cornea, which upon clearing up showed lens to have the color similar to a beginning cataracta glaumatosa.
An old lady with incipient, progressive, hard cataract; hard, white, convergent striae in lens with diffuse haziness; on reading letters seemed as if printed in red ink, although paper looked white and natural; vision 3/50, under Phosphor. the haziness disappeared, no more striae appeared, and in six months vision improved to 13/70.
Cataracta viridis.
White pustule on outer segment of left cornea.
Maculae corneae.
Paralytic affection of sixth pair of nerves in right eye; nocturnal emissions.
Paralysis of muscles; spermatorrhea, sexual abuse, hemorrhoids, etc.
Total paralysis of third pair of nerves, ptosis, eye turned outward; mydriasis in a woman.
Weakness of internal recti muscles, asthenopia muscularis, pain and stiffness on moving them and at times a feeling of heat in eyes as after looking at a fire.
Pupils contracted; dilated; dilated, sluggish.
Inflammation of eyes, with pressing burning pains.
Photophobia with great pain. ~ Ophthalmia.
For six days, from being in a hot, close, crowded room, right eye has been red, waters, with feeling of dust in it under lower lid; agg. in evening when it also feels hot; swelling of right eyelid, with adhesion; right eye looks small.
Subacute conjunctivitis, lachrymation; swelling and suppuration of lids and Meibomian glands, with itching and burning pains.
Inveterate catarrhal ophthalmia; both eyes and lids inflamed; edges of lids as if corroded; constant lachrymation causing smarting and burning; copious secretion of thin, muco-purulent matter; itching and burning in eyes; agglutination of lids in morning; indistinct vision.
Burning in eyes, with profuse lachrymation in wind.
Small burning spots on eyeballs.
Feeling of sand in left eye, amel. by rubbing.
Aching in eyes, forehead and orbits.
Stiffness in eyes.
Pain in bones of orbit of eye.
Balls pain as if compressed, agg. on looking; aching and heaviness in eyes, like sleepiness.
Balls seem large and difficult to get lids over them.
Sensation as if eye were swollen and pushed out of orbit. ~ Morbus Basedowii.
Yellow, jaundiced conjunctiva, in fatty liver.
Watering of eyes.
Eyelids tremble and quiver; eyes fill with water.
Twitching of lids and external canthus of left eye.
Itching in lids; stye on lower lid.
Edema of lids and about eyes.
Blue rings; puffiness and swelling about eyes; eyes sunken.
Fungus oculi.


Hearing too acute.
Words and sounds reverberate in ears, music especially; resounding of own voice; ringing with palpitation; constant buzzing.
Noises in ears: roaring from rush of blood; constant buzzing; ringing, with palpitation; reverberation.
Hearing difficult.
Difficult hearing, especially of human voice; also after typhus; with cold extremities.
Rapid diminution of hearing; at times sensation as if something lay before ears, particularly right; momentary relief by external pressure; humming in ears; sensation of gauze over ear; loud reverberation of words in ears whether he or others speak.
For many years hardness of hearing and ringing in ears; ticking of watch only heard when held close to right ear, left an inch and a half; auditory canals dry; right tympanum whiter than left.
Hardness of hearing due to congestion to ears after typhoid fever in blonde subjects and intellectual men with large heads and prominent mastoid processes.
Dysecoia; dry condition of tympanum.
Something seems lying constantly in front of ears.
Sensation as if foreign body were lodged in ears; stopped-up feeling.
Violent itching or tickling in ear.
Congestion to ears, with throbbing; earache.
Shooting through ears especially at night; ear discharges.
Dragging pain in ears.
A painful and inflamed gathering in right ear, first in left; matter and blood are discharged; shooting pain through ear, especially at night, preventing sleep; rather deaf in left ear, if ear gets well has styes on eyelids or eruptions at root of nose, under septum and a stye on left lower eyelid; no appetite, especially dislikes meat; constipation. ~ Otorrhea.
Polypi in ears.


Imaginary foul smells, sense of smell very acute; faints from smell of flowers; with headache.
Sneezing: frequent; causes pain in throat.
Stoppage of nose: with frequent sneezing, amel. in open air; with dullness of head as if coryza would develop.
Sensation of fullness in nose, especially high up in left nostril, with loose mucus.
Sensation of dryness in nose, with a sensation as if it would be stuck together.
Painful dryness of nose.
Sore pain in both nostrils, even when touched; ulcerated nostrils.
Soreness of Schneiderian and mucous membranes, with bloody scabs on margins of nostrils.
Internal inflammation of nose, with sensation of dryness and slow bleeding of nose.
Coryza: frequent alternations of fluent and stopped coryza; with sore throat and great dullness of head; feverish, dry; secretion dries to crusts which adhere tightly; complicated with hoarseness and bronchial catarrh; obstruction often in morning; discharge from one and stoppage of other nostril; sneezing causes pain in throat or head; smell and taste gone; with sleepiness, especially during day and after meals; blowing blood from nose; profuse discharge flowing down into fauces.
Ominous coryza in scarlatina; great discharge from nose; on lying down it flows into fauces, where it rattles from breathing; neck greatly swollen and eyes staring in consequence of stagnation of blood by this swelling; great weakness and great frequency of pulse; agg. at night; hands icy-cold and bluish.
Nostrils filled with green mucus.
Nasal discharge: profuse, greenish, yellow; blood-streaked mucus; agg. in morning.
Chronic inflammation of nasal membrane with suppressed or oversensitive smell.
Bad smell from nose; foul smell.
Frequent blowing of blood from nose.
Epistaxis: several times a day, often quite profuse; later attacks accompanied by profuse sweat; while straining at stool; early in morning; in tall, slim girls approaching puberty; in diphtheria following detachment of membrane from nose.
Swelling of nose: red, shining; painful to touch; with coryza; of nasal bones.
Necrosis; periosteum raised, forms a new stratum of bone.
Swelling and dark-redness of one ala nasi; pimples and pustules on nose; scrofulous inflammation of nose with plugs in nose.
Nasal polypi; they bleed easily.
Point of nose red and shining.
Fanlike motion of alae nasi.
Freckles on nose.


Face: expression of general weakness; pale, sickly; sunken, earthy; eyes deep-seated, hollow, surrounded by blue rings; pale, almost waxen; ashy; sickly-yellow; livid; bloated; lips blue; hippocratic; icteric; red; circumscribed red spots on cheeks; flushes from least emotion; color very changeable; swollen, edematous, puffy; puffy under eyes; lips and eyelids edematous.
Sensation as if skin were too tight.
Pain: tearing; shooting from left eye to vertex; from forehead into eyes (right) and from temples and vertex down to zygoma; tearing about lower margin of right orbit, extending under right ear, involving bones of face, as if everything were torn out; drawing and tearing in jaws, root of nose, eyes and temples, from taking cold over washtub; twitching, tearing, darting and tension in cheek bones and jaw, with threatening caries.
Jerking, tearing pain in teeth and cheek of left side, extending to forehead and right temple, agg. taking anything cold into mouth or in cold, wet weather, amel. from warmth; as if nails were driven into jaws; darting in different parts beginning in uncertain places, attacks brought on by speaking, eating or slightest touch.
For ten years tearing-shooting pain in right cheek up into head; agg. speaking, eating, swallowing; tendency to sweat; weariness; vertigo, could hardly walk without falling.
Prosopalgia agg. by opening mouth, especially if there be congestion of blood to head.
Facial neuralgia, especially involving jaw; pains go to root of nose, temples; hot, bloated face, agg. talking, eating; caries of lower jaw.
Neuralgia of head, it has to be wrapped up night and day; agg. in windy weather and in morning.
Small pimples on face and head, which, when touched, give rise to excruciating pain.
Scabby herpes on face.


Lips: parched; dry with sooty coating; bluish, black (measles); deep crack in middle of lower.
Nose, lips, mouth and throat dry; no relief from water.
Tough, viscous expectoration, hangs on lips and tongue, in typhoid conditions.
In centre of lower lip tumor size of walnut, surrounded at its base by a bluish areola of veins and covered by a black crust, which broke into fissures at least touch, discharging pus and blood; tumor felt elastic, swelling up when touched, but root felt hard and was as large as a bean; lacerating pains in interior of tumor, with burning and itching outside of it; has inguinal hernia and an indurated testicle; mind constantly occupied with his disease and is afraid his days are numbered.
Ulcerated corners of mouth.
Tearing in jaw bones, evening agg. lying down, amel. moving jaw.
Deep rodent ulcer on lower jaw; smaller one on right zygoma; larger ulcer is surrounded by smaller ones.
Necrosis of lower jaw, rarely of upper.
Disfiguring eczematous condition of chin.
Parotitis, when suppuration sets in.


Pain in teeth: pricking-stinging agg. in open air and from warm food; boring sometimes passing into numbness, agg. by cold, heat and chewing, combined with soreness and swelling of gums; throbbing, much agg. when cold air strikes carious tooth; jerking or twitching, periosteum of tooth inflamed and tender to pressure; of washerwomen; washing always increases or provokes it; in decayed teeth, accompanied by gumboils; from having hands in cold or warm water; tearing, shooting, extending from carious tooth all over bones of face and head.
Rapid decay of teeth, inflammation of gums and gumboils in lower jaw; ill and irregular formation of teeth of lower jaw of scrofulous children with mesenteric disease.
Gums: stand off from teeth and bleed easily; inflamed, ulcerated, with loose teeth; gumboils.
Irritation of carious tooth, causing frequent gumboils and incipient disease of maxilla, and where for some reason the tooth cannot be extracted.
Obstinate, profuse bleeding of gums; pulse scarcely perceptible; ecchymoses around mouth and eyes; petechiae on chest and legs; urine and stool contain blood.
Profuse obstinate hemorrhage from gums after extraction of teeth so severe as to threaten speedy death.
After extraction of several teeth marked painful swelling of left lower jaw and formation of an external fistulous opening; profuse expectoration of saliva; jerking stitching pains in cavities with bleeding; skin over left jaw red and tense.
Necrosis of left lower jaw; swelling of jaw bones.


Speech: difficult and weak; slow; answers questions with difficulty; stuttered when endeavoring to articulate.
Taste: bitter; sour after taking milk; saltish; sour; sweetish; better after eating; slimy; of rotten eggs in morning.
Tongue: coated like fur; coated with dirty thick mucus (measles); slimy; dry, white; chalky white; uniformly white; yellow, grey, dry in middle; red and dry; red in middle; red, dry, streak down middle; brown and dry in middle; dry and black; swollen dry and blackish, along median line; dry, immovable, covered with black crusts; cracked, parched, or glossy; dry, coated white, with stinging in tip; coated only in middle.
Burning on tongue extending to palate.
Tip of tongue somewhat swollen, with enlargement of its papillae and feeling as if it had been burnt.


Dryness in mouth; dry and sore feeling, with increased thirst.
Soreness of mouth, easily bleeding.
Aphthous patches on roof of mouth and tongue.
Bloody erosions here and there in inner surface of cheek.
Painless ulcer on inner surface of lower lip; edges hard, serrated; base lardaceous; after suppression of a brown herpetic eruption on face.
Soft palate dark, bluish-red; ulcer above uvula about 1 1/2 inches in length, causing soft palate to appear as if torn, uvula hanging far into pharynx; deglutition extremely difficult; part of food regurgitates through nose; general prostration; no history of syphilis.
Nursing sore mouth, especially if breasts are sore.
Much watery saliva in mouth.
Saliva increased, tasting saltish or sweetish.


Dryness of throat day and night; it fairly glistens.
Roughness, rawness and scraping in pharynx, agg. towards evening; hawking in morning.
Sensation as of cotton in throat.
Tonsils and uvula much swollen; uvula elongated; with dry and burning sensation.
Great swelling of tonsils.
For eighteen months swelling of right tonsil; mucus in throat removed with difficulty, is quite cold when it comes into mouth, white, nearly transparent, in lumps.
Muscular angina, with fatty degeneration.
Diphtheritis, especially where the adynamic character shows itself early, strength fails rapidly and paralysis of heart threatens.
Burning in esophagus.
Inability of swallowing nourishment. ~ Esophagitis.
Spasmodic stricture of esophagus.
Great weakness and emaciation, owing to inability of taking nourishment; weak and empty feeling across abdomen, occasional shooting pain in same region; sensation of heat extending up back; great nervous irritability. ~ Stricture of esophagus.


Hunger: soon after eating; must eat during chill, before he can get up; ravenous at night, feels faint; with nausea and anxiety about heart recurring several successive evenings, amel. by eating but afterwards tormenting him for hours in bed.
Want of appetite: caused by a fullness in throat; with weariness alternating with bulimia; burning, cutting, pressing in stomach, nausea and vomiting.
Wants to eat, but as soon as food is offered does not want it.
Thirst: with desire for very cold drinks; for refreshing drinks, amel. thereby until they become warm, when they are vomited; excessive; unquenchable.
Wants cold food and drink, ice-cream, refreshing and spicy things.
Desire for wine.
Cures the longing of inebriates for alcohol, by removing the irritation of stomach, which causes morbid appetite.
Aversion: to sweets: to meat; to boiled milk; to salt fish; to beer; to puddings; to coffee and tea.
Cannot smoke much though tobacco is relished.


Pains always commence when eating and last as long as he continues to eat.
After eating: sick, and fullness of abdomen; sleepiness; belches much even after a little food.
Bad effects from excessive use of salt.


Hiccough: painful in epigastrium; frequent during day, even before eating.
Eructations: frequent, empty; of vast quantities of wind, after eating; tasting of food; even several hours after eating; sour; ineffectual with pressure in chest; spasmodic.
Excessive heartburn and sour eructations; waterbrash.
Uprising of food: without nausea; in mouthfuls; undigested, very soon after swallowing it, urticaria, hands, arms and body covered with itching blotches, conscious and annoying pulsations of heart; scarcely swallowed comes up again; spasms of esophagus at cardiac end; with qualmishness at night.
Nausea: constant, with confusion of head, tightness in precordial region and weariness; disappearing on drinking water.
Is not able to drink water, even sight of it causes nausea and vomiting, must close her eyes when bathing.
As soon as water becomes warm in stomach it is thrown up.
Vomiting of food: violent; of sour matter; of acid liquid; of white or yellow bitter mucus; of bile; of blood, pure or brown; amel. for a time by ice or very cold food or drink; in chronic dyspepsia when there seems to be simple exhaustion of stomach; sourish, offensive fluid in large quantity, looking like water, ink and coffeegrounds; after food, or even a swallow of water; of dark, filamentous substances, consisting of blood mixed with bile and mucus; of dark acid matter always mixed with some blood; of black substances; of matter black as soot.


Epigastric region: very sensitive; greatly distended and painful to pressure; sinking feeling; oppression; griping; pressure; sharp pressure with every cough.
Contractive pain in pit of stomach extending to left hypochondrium, later to head and left shoulder, amel. from warmth.
Sensation of weakness and emptiness in stomach and abdomen.
Empty feeling about 11 A. M.
Goneness in region of stomach as if stomach had been removed.
Fullness and painfullness in stomach; sometimes a gurgling and stitching in pit of stomach.
Distension with aching in stomach.
Aching in gastric region as from a blow, followed by pressure, retching, eructation and rising of food.
Sensation as if something were pressing heavily upon stomach.
Pressure at cardiac orifice of stomach, especially on swallowing bread, which remains there.
Pressure as from hard substance above pit of stomach, with coldness.
Pressure in stomach after eating as if a heavy weight were in it.
Oppression and burning in stomach; loss of appetite, unquenchable thirst, agg. after eating or drinking.
Painfullness of stomach: in morning; to touch and when walking.
Sensitiveness to pressure in region of pylorus.
Burning or drawing pain in stomach often extending into chest.
Coldness as if freezing in stomach.
Dyspeptic pain in stomach with pain in back opposite stomach, amel. by eating a few mouthfuls of food, about 11 A. M.
Paroxysms of excruciating, knifelike pain in stomach.
Violent pain in stomach, gradually spreading over whole abdomen, with vomiting at first of green, afterwards of blackish substances.
Pains in stomach, amel. by cold food, ice-cream, ice, etc.
Very feeble, could not walk more than a square or two, for want of breath; palpitation of heart and oppression of chest, which seemed to come from stomach and was agg. after eating; belching of large quantities of wind after eating and great drowsiness; variable appetite; sensation of great weakness in abdomen, particularly across and below umbilicus; stools scanty, dry and difficult to evacuate.
One or two hours after eating slightest quantity of food sudden severe constricting pain in epigastrium, soon extending thence to left hypochondrium, then to region of heart and left shoulder; attacks last one-half and threequarters of an hour and end in violent tasteless belching, pain in epigastrium meanwhile growing less, but constriction appearing in chest under sternum; amel. from heat of bed.
Constant stitching, burning and pressure in stomach, agg. several hours after eating; he is afraid to eat heartily; agg. evening and at night; burning sensation frequently extended into throat; when pains are very severe a cold shudder extends over body and there is a sensation as of something cooking in stomach; at times sour belching and vomiting of water; stool irregular, hard, difficult; burning in rectum; loss of strength. ~ Cardialgia.
Severe, frequent, griping pains in stomach, going through to back and into shoulders; cold, easily chilled if not well covered; lassitude; no appetite, no thirst; slow pulse; tongue pale; belching and water-brash; stool dark, evacuated with much pressure; small hemorrhoids; urine frequent, copious; agg. after eating. ~ Cardialgia.
Severe pains in stomach in paroxysms, lasting for three days; in a few hours after leaving stomach same kind of pains appeared in left temple, extending to eye, teeth and side of head, like a knife.
Cardialgia due to perforating ulcer in stomach; occasional appearance of blood in ejected matter; painless intervals but brief; emaciation and anemia.
Twisting constricting pains in epigastrium, with vomiting of clear sour fluid, towards evening and at times at night, with sour belching. ~ Cardialgia.
Cardialgia: with gnawing; amel. by eating; agg. from motion; with a sensation of distension; excessive formation of acidity; with violent palpitation of heart, especially after dinner.
Cramps in stomach, radiating to liver, simulating hepatic colic; bilious color of skin; vomiting of all food or glairy, burning water, without any odor or bitterness; retained more than half of pickled herrings, sardines, salads, etc., whereas all animal food or milk was rejected; agitated sleep; dry, hard, beaded stool, every three or four days; copious colorless urine; genital hyperexcitation. ~ Gastric neurosis.
Cardiac opening of stomach seems contracted; food scarcely swallowed comes up again.
Spasms of stomach, especially at cardiac extremity.
Hemorrhage from stomach: amel. from drinking cold water; after dancing.
Dyspepsia with excessive flatulency, frequent palpitation of heart, intermittent pulse and much despondency; sour risings, heat at epigastrium, flatulence and canine hunger; great weakness, earthy color of face, tongue dry, dotted; dryness of throat; sour taste in mouth; after eating swelling at epigastrium; regurgitation of food soon after eating; burning in stomach, amel. by cold water, but is soon thrown up again as it becomes warm in stomach; tympanitis, especially in cecum and transverse colon; loud borborygmi, tiring one out by their noise; momentary relief by passage of wind; soft, watery stools, without pain; slight hyperemia of liver; beating of heart; heat and congestion of head; hectic fever; night sweats.
Gastritis: severe pains, cannot tolerate least pressure, even of bedclothes; delirium; weak, rapid pulse; thick, white coating on tongue; respiration rapid; face sunken, deathly pale; with heartburn, ending in an unconquerable scratching in throat; cutting-burning pains in stomach.
Perforating ulcer in stomach; pain; vomiting of food as soon as swallowed; vomited matter contains a dark, grumous, semisolid substance, looking like coffee-grounds.
Cancer of stomach, especially when it is about to pass into a state of ulceration.


Jaundice: with confusion of consciousness, with pneumonia or brain disease; during pregnancy; from nervous excitement; dry cough agg. from least motion, with headache, involuntary urination, chilliness and thirst; from acute atrophy of liver; chronic, supervening on an acute attack, conjunctivae, face, trunk and extremities brownish-yellow, every morning copious evacuations, characteristic of those of jaundice, urine blackish-brown and thick, pulse slow, chilliness even in a warm room, dejected, thought he would die and was incapable of exertion; complete aphonia and troublesome cough.
Aching in hepatic region.
Hepatic when suppuration ensues, with hectic fever, night sweats, enlargement in right hypochondrium and marked soreness over liver.
Hepatic congestion, quantities of bright, sometimes dark blood discharged with stool.
Hyperemia and enlargement of liver; jaundice; stools greyish-white; abdomen tympanitic; pulse weak and threadlike.
Beginning atrophy of liver; ascites; varicose veins all over abdomen; urine albuminous.
Diffuse hepatitis; liver hard, large; subsequent atrophy.
Acute yellow atrophy of liver; malignant jaundice.
Fatty degeneration of liver: large petechial spots, size of a five shilling piece on arms and other parts of body; with malignant jaundice and a weak, gone sensation in abdomen, with stitches in liver; great debility; as a sequel of heart disease.
Waxy liver, dependent upon long-lasting bone disease, as caries of vertebrae or of hip joint.
Alcoholic cirrhosis of liver.
Disordered livers in men invalided from tropical climates; bilious complexion; irregular bowels.
Spleen enlarged; fatty degeneration.
Fatty degeneration of pancreas; gastric disturbances; oily stool; sometimes stool looks like frog's spawn or like cooked sago.


Very sensitive abdomen, painful to touch; rolling and rumbling in abdomen during and after drinking.
Emptiness and feeling of weakness in abdomen.
Painful feeling of weakness across whole abdomen, agg. in hypogastric region after short walk; must lie down.
Weak, gone feeling in abdomen, with burning between shoulders.
Relaxed feeling in abdomen.
Sensation of coldness in abdomen.
Abdomen very full, tense, tympanitic.
Distension of abdomen though much flatus has been passed.
Incarceration of flatus beneath the ribs, with oppression of chest.
Loud rumbling and rolling in intestines; fermenting in bowels with empty eructations.
Feeling of incarcerated flatus moving in abdomen, catching breath and causing cough; paroxysmal, agg. from excitement or sitting; amel. lying down, straightening up or by eructations; pressure on abdomen agg. suffocative feeling.
Tympanitis, mostly about cecum and transverse colon.
Flatulency of old people; painful constipation.
Flatulent colic, agg. when lying down.
Abdomen flaccid, with chronic loose bowels.
Cutting in bowels with ineffectual urging to stool.
Frequent pinching in bowels as if diarrhea were-about to come on.
Shooting in abdomen with empty feeling.
Neuralgia of coeliac plexus.
Inflammation of superior vena cava.
Peritonitis with tympanitis; abdomen excessively sensitive to touch; burning and pressure; sharp cutting pains; paralysis of intestines.
Yellow or brownish spots on abdomen.
Boils on abdomen.
Inguinal hernia with relaxed abdomen; protrudes even with soft stool; sensitive.


Emission of much flatus.
Fetid stools and flatus; the fetor is like that given off by lime used at gasworks to purify gas of sulphur and other impurities.
Stools: soft, paplike; scanty, semifluid; green; whitish-grey; grey; green mucous; white mucous; white watery; green watery; yellow watery; bilious ; watery, with lumps of white mucus, or little grains like tallow; undigested; bloody; brown fluid; bloody and purulent; involuntary, oozing from constantly open anus (green and bloody); bloody water, like washings of meat; profuse; alternating with constipation; hot; involuntary (on least motion); when coughing; passing out with force; fetid; sour-smelling; corrosive; black or green; watery, with flakes of mucus; involuntary; undigested; profuse, watery, pouring away as from a hydrant, amel. after sleeping; copious, light-colored; greenish, bloody; bloody, with small white particles, like opaque frog's spawn; painless, blood-streaked, like flesh-colored water; discharge of pure blood.
Before stool: rumbling; colic; heat or chilliness; sudden urging.
During stool: smarting in rectum; protrusion of hemorrhoids and sharp, stitching pains from coccyx to inter-scapular region and even to vertex; great efforts, although stool is not hard; cutting pains in anus, with hard stool; constriction of rectum.
After stool: painful cramps in rectum; burning at anus; tenesmus; empty feeling in abdomen; weakness, obliging one to lie down; exhaustion; fainting.
Diarrhea: profuse passages; pours out in great quantity, like water from a hydrant; very exhausting; watery, with abdominal burning; watery, in morning; in warm weather; in cholera time; painless, debilitating, agg. in mornings; as soon as anything enters rectum; while coughing; agg. from warm or hot, amel. from cold drinks or food; amel. after beer; advancing debility, rapid loss of flesh; constant irritation of throat; during pregnancy or confinement; colliquative of consumptives; during typhoid fever; involuntary, during low fevers.
After a great fright, two years previously, involuntary passages of stool and urine, especially at night, so that he was always wet and dirty; pain in stomach and bowels; frequent eruption of pimples on scalp.
When threatened with a whipping would immediately soil himself from fright.
Chronic painless diarrhea of undigested food, with much thirst for water during night.
Chronic diarrhea of eight years' standing, never had a day free from it; two to fifteen stools a day; agg. in warm weather; stool light yellow and painless; appetite good; health not much impaired.
Chronic diarrhea, with soft, thin stools, especially in nervous subjects and delicate children.
Cholera infantum: with cough and golden-yellow stools; chronic cases, painless discharges and gradual loss of strength.
Dysentery: desire for stool immediately on turning over in bed upon left side; painless discharges of blood and mucus; bilious variety with sensation of great weakness in abdomen, particularly across and below umbilicus; last stages, painless discharge of bloody mucus, with paralysis of sphincter ani, anus remaining wide open, so as to expose the dry, black, sloughing mucous membrane to full view for two or three inches; stool escapes as if from a metallic tube, with little or no effort; chronic, stools bloody, small, white particles like opaque frog-spawn mixed with brownish, bloody fluid, very frequent, twenty-five to fifty in 24 hours; before stool, which he cannot retain, violent urging; after stool relief, agg. from lying on left side, warm food and drinks, lying on back; amel. from lying on right side, after sleeping, cold food and drinks, tongue dry, red and cracked, burning and distress in stomach, with hot eructations, occasional vomiting of food or mucus, anorexia, intense thirst for very cold food or drinks; sleeplessness, great debility.
Gaping of anus, in diarrhea and dysentery.
Cholerine: face emaciated; voice hoarse; tongue clean; great thirst, but least amount of drink is followed by rumbling and gurgling in abdomen and watery diarrhea; skin dry; spasmodic tension in lower limbs; prostration; confusion of head; discharges of watery, greenish or black fluid which comes in gushes as from a hydrant, at times involuntary, at others with urging; increased frequency of pulse; heat; thirst; stools yellowish or like rice-water, containing epithelial flakes; dryness of mouth and great thirst.
Cholera: great thirst; had to drink large quantities of cold water and felt amel. afterwards, till water became warm in stomach, in from 15 to 20 minutes, when he had to vomit it up again; to be relieved of this exhausting painful vomiting and thirst, had to drink another large quantity of water; great exhaustion; asphyctic variety, dyspnea; pain in left side, in region of lower ribs, posteriorly; drain of brownish fluid from bowels after the other symptoms had been removed.
Hiccough after eating, making pit of stomach sore and aching; diarrhea with violent thirst, rumbling in abdomen and debility. ~ Sequel of cholera.
No stool; bowels sluggish; difficult evacuation.
Constipation: feces slender, long, narrow, dry, tough, and hard, like a dog's; voided with difficulty; pipestem stools.
Alternate diarrhea and constipation of old people.
In rectum: burning; needlelike stitches; smarting during evacuation of stool that was not hard.
Spasms in rectum.
Incipient stricture in rectum, feces flattened, concomitant mucous discharge; had acute proctitis nine months previously.
Paralysis of rectum; stool occurred only after an injection and then he would sit for hours on a vessel; could make no efforts at expulsion and was not aware when feces escaped, so that he often soiled himself; feces when passed seemed old; after an injection evacuations occurred for six or eight days.
Paralysis of bowels, particularly when lower portions (colon and rectum) are affected; anus seems to stand wide open and exudes moisture.
Chronic diseases of rectum; discharge of blood and pus, with tenesmus, for eighteen months.
Hemorrhage from bowels.
With stool, discharge of dark, coagulated blood, with comfortable feeling in abdomen but no pain; stools mucous.
Polypi recti with proctitis.
Severe burning pain in epigastrium extending up into throat, again into abdomen with prostration and fainting; soreness in mouth and pharynx, with slimy offensive taste and heavily coated tongue; facial expression disturbed; emaciation; tendency to diarrhea; after Phosphor. frequent passages of segments of tapeworm and masses of mucus.
Hemorrhoids: bleeding, protrude very easily, coming down evenduring emission of flatus; relaxation of sphincter ani; discharge of mucus from varices; sensation of weakness or sinking in abdomen; very painful, burn like fire, from inflammation, and bleed profusely; in consumptives; bleeding, with severe lancinating; blood flows in a small stream with each stool; with a chronic relaxed condition of abdominal organs.
In anus: stitches; biting and itching; stinging.
Fissure of anus.
Anus feels as if it were open.


Nervous exhaustion; sensation of weakness and emptiness in stomach; painless watery diarrhea; dimness of sight. ~ Bright's disease.
Albumen and exudation cells in urine; morbus Brightii.
Diabetes mellitus and Bright's disease preceded or accompanied by disease of pancreas.
Glycosuria; gouty diathesis; disease of brain; cerebral symptoms; cheesy degeneration of lungs; phthisis.
Fatty or amyloid degeneration of kidneys, especially if associated with a similar pathological condition of liver and of right heart; venous stagnation and hyperemia in different organs; edema of lungs and pulmonary engorgement; urine contains epithelial, fatty or waxy casts.
Hydrops accompanied by diarrhea. ~ Nephritis.
Uraemia where there is acute atrophy of brain and of medulla oblongata.
Languor, thirst, excessive secretion of urine, swollen feet; boring pain in region of navel, agg. from touch and being covered, great sensitiveness over sacrum and kidneys; pains burning; could not lie on back; pain in navel amel. by passing large quantities of water, agg. when flow was scanty and dark-colored; urination caused cutting pains and afterward violent tenesmus; constipation; complete sleeplessness; menses suppressed; neither albumen nor sugar in urine; stitching pain in region of liver; boring, pressing pain in forehead and root of nose, which caused momentary numbness. ~ Affection of sympathetic nervous system.
Renal calculi, congestive and inflammatory symptoms, with purulent, chalky or sandy sediment.
Dull pain in renal region.
Tension over region of bladder.
Bladder is full but urine does not flow because of absence of urging; in great debility, as after typhus.
Urine impeded by pain in hypogastrium (fundus vesicae).
Urine: profuse, pale, watery; frequent and scanty; scanty and completely suppressed; turbid, whitish like curdled milk, with brickdust sediment and variegated cuticle on surface; with red sediment; sediment of white flocculi; deposits a white cloudy sediment; contains quantities of grey sand; thick, turbid and scanty; turbid and high-colored; brown, with red sandy sediment; much vesical and renal epithelium and mucous sediment; acrid, offensive smelling; albuminous; bloody, largely albuminous.
Sudden call to make water without pain when it is passing.
Involuntary urination: during typhus; at night, in children of Phosphor. build; children who grow too rapidly.
Haematuria, from debility after sexual excesses; blood deficient in fibrin; general dissolution of blood.
Burning in urethra: with desire to urinate; when urinating and at other times.
Twitching and burning in urethra.


Satyriasis; lascivious, strips himself, sexual mania; extreme irresistible desire for coition; frequent erections and emissions; strong desire with feeble erections; all erectile power gone.
Erections: frequent and painful; day and night; ineffectual during coition; absent with inward sexual desire.
Seminal emissions: at night; with or without lascivious dreams; caused by exuberance of strength and nervous excitement, followed by impotence; nearly every night with great prostration and burning, aching distress in lumbar region; paralysis; soon after coition; too rapid during coition; patient is anxious or irritable, emaciated, easily alarmed, with difficult breathing and sticking pains in chest, has lost his memory, has occipital and frontal headaches, painless, watery diarrhea, blotches on his face and no appetite.
Sexual debility from inordinate use of table salt.
Impotence: after excessive excitement and onanism; from or preceded by overexcitement of sexual organs, as in young men who, trying to restrain their natural passion, have this local erethism by reason of celibacy or sexual excesses.
Frequent discharge, day and night, of thin, slimy, colorless fluid from urethra, without and erection; paralytic or spasmodic symptoms in extremities.
Sexual abuse producing dorsal consumption, trembling, imbecility, mania, epileptic fits and indigestion.
Discharge of prostatic juice during hard stool.
Chronic urethral discharge due to hypertrophy of prostate.
Gleet: discharge very scanty; small drops of watery fluid at orifice of urethra in morning, at times gluing it together, but leaving scarcely any stain on clothing; no pain or any difficulty in urination; discharge caused by atony of mucous membrane.
Ulcers on prepuce.
Testes sore; cord swollen, painful.
Hydrocele: after gonorrheal orchitis, with sexual weakness; after seminal losses.


Sterility from excessive voluptuousness or with late or profuse menses.
Unusual irritation of genitals.
Aversion to coition.
Pain in ovaries (l.) extending down inner side of thigh; during menses; ovaritis.
Metritis: after frequent pregnancies; with pyaemia and phlebitis; in fair, graceful women.
Prolapsus with weak, sinking feeling in abdomen.
Hemorrhages from genital organs; hyperemia; parietes of vessels lowered in power of resistance by fatty metamorphosis, hemorrhages become so severe that general anemia follows; chronic indigestion.
Frequent and profuse metrorrhagia pouring out freely and then ceasing for a short time. ~ Cancer uteri.
Before menses: weeping; bearing down; relaxation; weakness felt in abdomen; cramps in calves; nymphomania.
Menses: too early, bright-red; too frequent and too profuse with discharge of blood between periods; profuse, too early and lasting too long; too late but very copious; profuse with sexual excitement, great heat running up back; profuse, bright; early, scanty and pale; vicarious through urethra or from lungs; too late or not appearing, tight feeling in chest, with dry, tight cough; spitting of blood; tardy and intermittent, alternating with bronchial trouble.
During menses: cold feet and hands; nausea; severe pain in back, as if broken; cutting pain, even into chest; palpitation; milky, excoriating leucorrhea; very sleepy, can hardly keep awake; cutting pains in left ovarian region.
After menses: great weakness; blue rings around eyes; losing of flesh and great fearfullness.
Menorrhagia: blood pale or bright; in nursing women.
Amenorrhea: with blood-spitting; bleeding from anus, or haematuria; stitches in mamma, eyelids puffed; milk in breasts; with chlorosis.
Effects of excessive masturbation; great debility, especially ready fatigue from walking; trembling of legs.
Leucorrhea: profuse with sense of great weakness in abdomen; during or instead of menses; of white, watery mucus; acrid and excoriating; milky early in morning, when walking; slimy, reddish, in an old woman; precedes menses; in consequence of chlorosis; acrid, causing blisters or soreness.
Smarting leucorrhea, causing blisters; burning after menses.
Stitches upward from vagina into pelvis.
Vaginal anesthesia during coitus.
Condyloma, in immense numbers, of large size, rough and dry, filling vagina.
Dull tearing in labia, during or after walking in open air.
Great edema of labia.
Erectile tumors on external genitals.
Fungus haematodes; cauliflower cancers bleeding profusely.
Hard, extremely painful nodosities as large as goose-eggs in breasts; no inflammation.
Fibroid tumors of breast.


Nymphomania with spasms during seventh month of pregnancy; weak empty feeling in abdomen, cutting pains; narrow, dry, long and difficult stool, like a dog's stool.
Vomiting of pregnancy: nausea to faintness, agg. fasting, drinking at night, assuming an erect posture, cold extremities, flow of water from mouth, vertigo, vomiting of sour and bilious matters; unable to drink water, sight of it causes vomiting, must close her eyes when bathing.
During pregnancy: pale, bluish, puffed face, blue lips and nails, undulation of jugular veins; cramps.
Labor pains: distressing but of little use; cutting pains, through abdomen.
Puerperal eclampsia: convulsions preceded by sensation of heat rushing up spine to head; urine frequent and scanty; containing albumen and exudation cells; labor pains light and unavailing, but causing great distress; supersensitive to light, noises, touch, etc.; frequent syncope; may retain consciousness during spasms.
Pains in sacrum after labor.
Increased secretion of milk, great debility; deterioration of health from nursing; cramps in stomach.
Stitching pains in mammary glands, threatened abscess.
Mastitis, ulceration of mamma, erysipelas even after pus has formed; abscesses and indurations.
Left breast swollen three times natural size, hard, livid and extremely sensitive to touch; scanty watery discharge from nipple beneath which a fluctuating point could be felt; very irritable; lachrymose; emaciation; fever towards evening.
Breast swollen, inflamed; fistulous ulcers, with callous edges and continuous suppuration; hard nodules in breast; dry cough with occasional expectoration of blood; respiration oppressed; face pale with circumscribed redness of cheeks; anorexia; chilliness in evening followed by dry heat, particularly in palms of hands; clammy night sweats.
Excruciating pains extending even into chest; gnawing burning with shortness of breath and dry cough; hectic fever with colliquative sweats and diarrhea; whole breast hard, dark, swollen, dark-red; stitching, burning pains on slightest touch; seven fistulous ulcers in breast, partly covered with proud flesh, from which an offensive, ill-looking, profuse, purulent discharge had escaped.
Two fistulous passages in one breast, and three in other, some of them extending deep into gland, and others more superficial but diverging at right angles, all discharging a thin, serous fluid so acrid as to corrode adjacent parts; hectic fever; emaciation; violent cough; tongue dry and livid; night sweats; tender and painful stomach; irritable bowels; great nervous restlessness.
Fistulous passage in left breast, extending three inches into gland; thin, acrid, serous discharge; general debility.
Mastitis; preternatural enlargement of mammary gland.
Cancer mamma, with sharp lancinating pains, or bleeding easily; inflamed indurations very painful, agg. by exposure to air.
Nipples hot and sore.
Papular eruption; very painful inflammation and swelling followed by pus formation. ~ Sore nipples.


Hoarseness in morning; voice husky, rough; with cough and rawness in larynx and bronchia; agg. in evening; larynx seems coated; is unable to speak a loud word; could hardly speak above a whisper; voice lost or altered from catarrh or laryngeal pain; after prolonged speaking; of clergymen; after diphtheria; after typhus; in evening, amounting to complete aphonia; chronic; in phthisis.
Irritable weakness of vocal organs; violent tickling in larynx while speaking; dry, spasmodic cough, with constriction of throat.
Lining of vocal cords highly injected, with ulceration; suppressed voice. ~ Phthisis.
Aphonia: with rawness in larynx, agg. in evening; with sensitiveness and dryness of larynx, with a feeling as if it were lined with fur; inability to utter a word, every effort to do so being painful; nervous exhaustion, suspected atrophy of nerve tissue; from prolonged loud talking; catarrhal or nervous; larynx sensitive to touch; painless, agg. towards evening; sudden, cannot utter a loud word and can with difficulty be understood when ear is placed close to her mouth; in tuberculous patients.
Hysterical paralysis of vocal cords coming at times; for eight weeks complete loss of voice; both vocal cords broad and relaxed; feels tired, is pale; chest oppressed; menses every ten days.
Cannot talk on account of pain in larynx.
Sensation as from a skin in larynx.
Stitches, soreness, roughness and dryness in larynx.
Rawness in larynx and trachea, with frequent hacking cough and hawking.
After waking at night a feeling of contraction in larynx and trachea as if he must suffocate.
Irritability of lower portion of trachea, with suffocative pressure in upper part of chest.
Croup: hoarseness, raw pain and soreness in chest, as if excoriated; continual irritation in larynx and trachea, low down, with oppression of chest; pain, roughness and burning in larynx; velvety look about fauces; sensation as if a piece of flesh or skin were hanging loose in larynx; burning and dryness in throat; swollen tonsils; hoarse, trembling, hissing or croupous deep voice; aphonia; dry, tickling, not very harsh-sounding cough; dry, hacking or loose cough; hollow, hacking, shrill, spasmodic cough; cough from tickling in chest; agg. at night; shortness of breath; hollow cough, with expectoration of mucus; respiration hurried; constant expectoration in morning and during day; great oppression of breathing, agg. during inspiration; useful for sequela when improvement seems to stop; child starts from sleep affrighted and clings closely to mother or any object that is near, and appears unable to get breath; cough becoming so severe as to threaten suffocation; starts suddenly from a restless sleep, clings to bed or any one near and gasps for air, attack lasting several minutes; constant rattling of mucus; small, quick pulse; burning fever.
Laryngeal croup: aphonia; rapid sinking; cold sweat; dropped jaw; sunken face; rattling breathing; tendency to frequent relapses.
Membranous croup: tracheotomy expected as only means of saving life; death imminent; to remove hoarseness and catarrhal cough, prevent paralysis and narcosis from carbonized blood; with suffocation, cold clammy sweat, small pulse.
Croupous cough preceding or accompanying eruption of measles.
Croup in combination with bronchitis; great weakness; aggravation evening up to midnight; lying on back provokes cough.
Epidemic influenza: rawness and scraping in pharynx, agg. towards evening; hawking of mucus in morning; fluent coryza with great dullness of head and sleepiness; more during day and after meals; blowing of blood from nose; profuse hemorrhages from nose and mouth; much sneezing; frequent alternation of dry and fluent coryza; sensitiveness in region of liver, with stitches there; hoarseness, rawness in larynx and trachea; cough excited by tickling in chest, generally dry evening and night, with mucous expectoration in morning and during day, agg. talking, laughing, crying (children), lying on back or left side; much fever and thirst; lassitude and prostration out of proportion to duration of disease; much heat and great pain in larynx or chest, with dry cough and tendency to diarrhea.
Larynx feels sore and dry; passage of inspired air gives to parts a sensation of rawness; cough hoarse, expectoration scanty; constant tickling in suprasternal fossa; dryness of throat night and day; hawking of mucus in morning; hoarseness, loss of voice.
Voice a husky whisper; feeling of weight and strangulation at larynx, which provokes incessant coughing, hawking and spitting; sputum is a fine, white, tasteless froth, expectorated every half minute; extreme dryness of throat and back part of mouth, agg. at night, when she is obliged to rise every half hour to moisten throat; looks pale and haggard from loss of sleep.
Bronchitis: tight cough, agg. from evening until midnight; tightness across chest; pain in head, larynx and chest when coughing; cough agg. from speaking, laughing, eating, motion and on going into cold air; useful after onion syrup; severe and exhausting cough, which child dreads and avoids as long as possible; agg. in evening and continues so during night; fever high, pulse rapid; lies upon back breathing very fast, respiratory movements chiefly abdominal; every inspiration very short, half suppressed and accompanied by a sort of groan; child's attention could only with difficulty be called to anything; much general heat; short cough; sibilant rales in lungs; hollow, dry, deep cough, without irritation; in tall, slender persons of tuberculous habit; capillary; subacute attacks in emaciated, cachectic or young overgrown invalids; broncho-pulmonary catarrhs from dilatation or fatty degeneration of heart; cough abrupt, rough, sharp, dry; between each coughing spell a short interval; dry tickling cough in evening, with tightness across chest and expectoration in morning; pain in chest when coughing, amel. from external pressure; trembling of whole body while coughing; cough agg. when other people enter room; tingling soreness and rawness in air passages, dry cough with expectoration of viscid or bloody mucus; dilatation of bronchi.
Chronic bronchitis; profuse expectoration of white or yellowish mucus, auscultation showing bronchial tubes to be filled with secretion; prostration agg. by night-sweats; emaciation.
Chronic bronchial catarrh; cough dry, or expectoration of abundant tough mucus, especially in morning; at times expectoration is cool; tremor when coughing.
Chronic bronchitis, when an exacerbation occurs and expectoration is streaked with blood.


Inclination to take a deep breath.
Oppression and anxiety in chest, agg. evening and morning.
Breathing: very much oppressed, short; impeded by rapid walking; very short after coughing; tight after slightest food; short with violent pressive pain in upper part of sternum; difficult; superficial; anxious, panting, oppressed; anxious, short and hurried, with elevation of whole thorax, and especially of left side; very labored, noisy, panting.
Complained of want of air, though she frequently took a deep breath.
Feeling of suffocation; also after waking at night.
Dyspnea, with inability to exert himself; extreme prostration.
Spasmodic constriction of chest.
Difficult respiration, chest feels full and heavy, with tension.
Stridulous inspiration in evening on falling asleep; nightly suffocative spells, as if lungs were paralyzed.
Mucous rales easily distinguishable in different portions of both lungs, but more noticeable in lower lobes.
Could breathe only with a loud rattling noise.
Asthma: with fear of suffocation; due to increased irritability of respiratory organs, as after inflammation, etc., in irritable, lively, blonde subjects; congestive, agg. while lying on back, or on falling asleep.
Boy, aet. 10, without apparent cause became dull, indisposed to learn, irritable and cross; face pale, appetite impaired; finally complained of sudden cutting, stitching in abdomen which soon extended to chest and developed into an asthmatic attack; can get no air; face deathly pale, eyes sunken and encircled by blue rings; attacks last several minutes and occur frequently.
Labored breathing, threatened paralysis of lungs.
Fullness in chest as after eating too much.

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Cough: tickling; constant tickling in throat; dry, from tickling in throat and chest; dry, tickling, caused by irritation in larynx and beneath sternum; agg. lying on sides, especially left; frequent, irritable, from scratching in throat; frequent, short, dry, hacking; violent, dry, on reading aloud; dry, with pain in head as if it would burst; dry, troublesome, causing soreness in forepart of chest, woke her from sleep; with great exertion, until expectoration of tenacious mucus; dry, tickling in evening, with tightness across chest, expectoration in morning; hard, tight, dry, racking, exhausting, amel. on going into open air; abrupt, rough, short, dry, from ticking in trachea low down; sensation of tightness across chest, rawness and soreness in trachea and bronchi; hollow, mostly in morning in bed, also at night, prevents falling asleep; hollow, dry, with pressure in pit of stomach; he could not sleep all night; dry, short, barking; excited by tickling in chest and followed by expectoration of stringy sputa of a salty taste; chronic, incessant barking, night and day; deep, thrilling; no expectoration; spasmodic, with oppression of chest; dry, intolerable, with bronchial catarrh; was obliged to sit up when coughing; with trembling of whole body; with sticking in epigastrium; must press it with hand; nervous, when any one enters room; from strong odors; before a thunderstorm; on appearance of strangers; with stitches over one eye, splitting headache, burning dryness in throat; with hoarseness, aphonia; soreness and roughness in larynx; agg. evening and night; agg. from talking or laughing; short, abrupt, with a sensation of concussion; from spasmodic irritation of vagus; in morning after rising with expectoration of transparent mucus and a sensation in middle of sternum as if something were torn loose; with white expectoration, difficult to loosen; with expectoration in morning, none in evening; loose rattling when eating.
Cough of eighteen years duration; patient appeared past recovery and was given up to die speedily of consumption; white, tenacious, sweetish, raw expectoration; extreme shortness of breath, preceding each paroxysm of coughing; cough agg. from motion; nose stopped up every morning; much itching in anus; sauer-kraut causes considerable bloating; agg. towards evening.
Troublesome chronic cough, with expectoration of tough, reddish-brown mucus.
Cough caused by a tight feeling in left ovarian region, at same time spasmodic constriction of larynx, with continual hawking of mucus.
During evening cough after lying down; he can raise better if he turns from left to right side.
On going into cold wind felt something strike icy-cold in centre of lower chest; since then cough caused by lying on right side, agg. while eating and sometimes for a short time afterwards; also agg. rising from bed in morning; sputa thick, yellow, tasteless; cough causes pain like a smarting at front of throat, about root of tongue; constant pain in centre of lower chest, as if stopped up; cannot draw a long breath on account of a feeling of weight in centre of lower chest, amel. by sighing.
If towards the end of whooping cough disease threatens to take an unfavorable course.
Cough with intolerable pain in larynx.
Cough: causing pain in abdomen, is obliged to hold abdomen.
Involuntary stool while coughing.
Cough with tingling, soreness and rawness in air passages, agg. from cold air.
Coughs and chest symptoms supervening and complicating typhoid and typhus fever; expectoration of rusty or greenish, sometimes fetid sputa.
Cough: with tightness across chest; larynx sensitive; veins of hands swollen; sacrum feels as if broken; trembling all over.
Speaking excites laryngeal and tracheal cough.
Cough: with faintness.
Cough worse: from change from warm to cold air; from laughing or loud talking; reading aloud; change of weather; eating or drinking; drinking anything cold or warm; from exercise; lying on left side or back; strong odors.
Cough in tall, slender, tuberculous subjects, with pale complexion, clear scleroticae, great nervous irritability and sensitiveness to external impressions; pale, waxy face, sunken eyes; weak nervous persons.
Expectoration: most in morning, less in evening; of bloody, purulent matter; of yellow matter; of sour taste; frothy, bloody, rust-colored; purulent, white and tough; cold mucus, tasting sour, salt or sweet; of a dirty appearance, resembling pus, but thinner, and when falling on a hard surface will break and fly like thin batter; large quantities of greyish phlegm, as if mixed with dust; of tenacious mucus; albuminous and blood-streaked; difficult to expectorate, with haemopto from the exertion to detach them and leaving, after cough, severe dyspnea and short breathing; containing streaks of blood.
Vicarious spitting of blood for menses; tubercular diathesis, dry, tight cough, agg. from evening until midnight; bronchitis.


Anguish and heat in chest; anxiety, with want of breath.
Heaviness of chest, as if a weight were lying upon it.
Feeling of fullness in chest up to throat, as if from eating too much.
Lungs felt clogged; troublesome dyspnea.
Cannot fill lungs as usual.
Weakness of chest.
Oppression of chest: as if clothes were too tight; in morning; in bed; after walking in open air, at night, so that she could not perfectly yawn; of lower portion, with shortness of breath; with anxiety, after dinner; with a constrictive sensation under sternum.
Distressing anxiety and pressure in chest, amounting to real suffocation, so that deep inspiration was difficult but impossible, with burning and sticking pains behind sternum.
Great pressure on middle of sternum.
Tightness of chest: as from rush of blood; of upper part of chest; across upper third of lungs; as if lungs themselves were constricted; as if air were forcibly kept out; with feeling of dryness; with dyspnea; with pain; as if a band were about it; with aching in cardiac region, amel. by eructation.
Constrictive pinching sensation high up in chest.
Constrictive spasms in chest; cramp, at night, thinks he will suffocate.
Stitches: in various parts of chest; frequent through lungs, especially on deep inspiration; on right side under false ribs; in left side beneath ribs; in left side on breathing; in left chest, amel. lying on right side.
Cutting from middle of sternum to right scapula, agg. during inspiration, amel. during motion.
Raw feeling of lungs; soreness, great difficulty in taking a full breath.
Heat: in chest; in lungs; intense behind sternum.
Burning, excoriated pain in chest, especially on left side, on which patient cannot lie. ~ Bronchitis.
Burning, piercing soreness and tension in chest.
Pain acute, especially in right chest, agg. from pressure, even slight in intercostal spaces, and lying on left side.
Acute pain in lower part of left lung; agg. lying on left side.
Pain in chest when coughing, amel. external pressure.
Congestion to chest; oppression; anxiety; agg. from any emotion; cramp between scapulae; palpitation.
Expectoration of bright-red fluid blood, which feels warm in mouth and is accompanied by no pain and but very slight cough; respiration free; agg. at night; after repeated colds and exposure to rain.
Haemoptysis: pain in chest, tickling and spitting of blood; with gurgling and bubbling sounds in air passages; blood coming from choanae; suffering expression of face; limbs cold; pulse small, rapid; with occasional attacks of profuse hemorrhage; in women with delayed and scanty menses, congestion of blood to chest; in those of sanguine temperament; in young phthisical subjects.
Percussion over lower portion of thorax, dull on right side, with indistinct bronchial respiration and numerous rales, partly dry, partly moist; on left side vesicular murmurs and some moist bronchial rales.
After laboring under a severe cold for a week or ten days, sudden very violent stitching pains, starting in just beneath skin upon acromial extremity of left clavicle and shooting thence downward through left lung and out at left side of abdomen, just below ribs; severe chill; utter inability to take any but shortest inspirations; agg. upon slightest movement of body; cannot lie on left side.
Bronchitis: involving bronchial tubes high up or extending down into bronchioles; cough with tearing pain under sternum, as if something were being torn loose; suffocative pressure in upper part of chest, with constriction of larynx; lungs engorged with blood; mucous rales through lungs; panting and labored inspiration, even emphysema; sputum of yellowish mucus, streaked with blood, rust-colored or purulent and of sweetish or salty taste.
Capillary bronchitis: severe, hard, dry, exhausting cough, agg. in evening; pulmonary edema.
Broncho-pulmonary catarrh, with dilatation or fatty degeneration of heart.
Crepitation in lungs, with or without expectoration, and a sensation of heat and sharp pain during inspiration.
After an acute attack of pneumonia, percussion gives a dull sound; no natural respiratory murmur; lung is hepatized, cough short, dry and hacking, cannot lie on back or on left side, but rests amel. on right.
Cold on the lungs: threatening pneumonia, with tightness and oppression; sore aching pain, chilly and feverish, with anguish and restlessness (after Acon.).
Pneumonia: stupor with burning, hot head, red, hot cheeks, red ears, contracted pupils, closed mouth; murmuring and gesticulating in delirium; face expressive of much anxiety; takes water when offered, greedily, but cannot swallow more than one sip, on account of shortness of breath; winglike motion of alae nasi; breathing difficult, catching, inspirations being suddenly suppressed when half completed and attended by a halfstifled groan; lies upon back, head thrown back as far as possible, so as to extend larynx; short, dry cough every now and then; carotids pulsate violently; heart beats strong; pulse very quick; skin dry and hot; lower portion of posterior right lung hepatized; great tightness across chest; diarrhea; expectoration when falling upon paper will break and fly like thin batter; dryness of air passages; excoriated feeling in upper chest; great weight on chest or tightness; chest sore, bruised; welldeveloped coexisting bronchitis; hepatization, especially of lower half of right lung; threatened paralysis of right lung; latter part of period of deposit and early part of that of absorption; inspiration almost impossible, after every attempt severe cough with scanty expectoration; lies best upon back, every other position causing pain and stitches in left chest.
Beginning hepatization, face livid, features pointed; cold sweats, small, quick, hard pulse; frequent cough, with frothy, brown or gelatinous expectoration. ~ Pneumonia.
Typhoid pneumonia, with sensitiveness and gurgling in ileo-cecal region and diarrhea.
Sudden, sharp, lancinating pain in right side of iliac fossa, agg. from motion; after five days this pain ceased and a cough set in; pulse in evening 150, temperature 106 1/2; vomiting of large quantities of pure blood. ~ Pneumonia.
Pleuro-pneumonia, violent and extending over a large surface, with dyspnea and dry cough, and rust-colored sputa.
Pneumonia stage of hepatization; left chest; dull, dead percussion sound on left side posteriorly; in front, less dull; bronchial breathing through left, mucous rattling of large bubbles in right chest; livid color of face; lips and tongue dry, with a sooty coating; skin burning hot and brittle; pulse very frequent, weak and suppressible; breathing quick and short; dry, hard cough; frequent diarrheic stools.
Expectoration of dirty appearance, resembling fur, but thinner, when falling on any hard, smooth surface, will break and fly like thin batter. ~ Pneumonia.
Infantile pneumonia: feverish, irritable; respiration hurried; cries on taking a deep breath;`small crepitating rales in bases of lungs posteriorly.
Typhoid pneumonia; not a genuine inflammation, rather an accumulation of blood in veins and extravasation of fluid blood in lung tissues; weakness, feeble pulse, occasional sighing, unable to use lungs, not from pain, but merely from weakness and hyperaemic stagnation; pulse thready; cold sweat.
On seventh to ninth day of pneumonia, breath cold; cold, clammy sweats; fluttering, scarcely perceptible pulse; sputa rust-colored, expectorated with difficulty; great anxiety; hippocratic face; both sides of chest dull on percussion.
On sixth day of disease, severe suffocative attack; respiration very difficult; voice weak, lisping; great prostration; pulse rapid, weak; hepatization of right lung. ~ Pneumonia.
Threatened paralysis of lungs at an early stage of pneumonia in old people who previously were asthmatic or suffered from chronic mucorrhea.
Respiratory organs become rapidly involved and lungs rapidly suppurate, with formation of cavities and purulent exudation into cavity of thorax, with infiltration of mesenteric glands and tubercular ulcers in intestines; tubercles of lungs develop, with hectic fever.
Lobular pneumonia, terminating in gangrene of lung and pyohaemia.
Tuberculosis: incipient stage.
Emaciation. easily fatigued; face pale; cheeks sunken; severe cough, copious, yellow expectoration; chest sore, as if eviscerated; fever; night sweats. ~ Consumption.
In second and third stage of phthisis; hoarseness; aphonia; haemoptysis; salty, purulent expectoration; soreness in chest; great irritability of sexual organs.
Phthisis pulm. seu abdom., face pale or cheeks red; bowels loose; stools bloody or contain lumps like tallow; flashes of heat with debility; weak knees.
Tuberculosis in tall, slender, weak-chested persons growing rapidly; repeated haemoptysis; great debility; frequent attacks of bronchitis.
Edema pulmonum.
Pleuritis; late stages; heart dilated; purulent infiltration.
Threatened paralysis of lungs, prostration, viscid sweat; small pulse; face sunken; rattling in windpipe.


Palpitation: violent; on slight motion; frequent and violent while lying on left side, at night; and anxiety in evening and morning, on waking, in bed; severe with precordial anguish; from every emotion; with rush of blood to chest, especially in rapidly growing youths; with cramp between scapulae; of nervous origin; in anemia with tightness across chest; dyspnea and nervous weakness.
Violent hammering in chest, aggravated by motion, benumbing all over; dyspnea, tightness across chest, great weakness after any little mental excitement.
Anxiety about heart associated with nausea and a peculiar sensation of hunger, somewhat relieved by eating, distressing her even in bed, sometimes for several hours.
Pressive sensation about heart.
Pressing pain agg. under sternum. ~ Angina pectoris.
Great pressure on middle of sternum; orthopnea; dyspnea with inability to exert himself; palpitation.
Frequent stitching, pinching pains, pressure and anxiety; sensation as if heart had grown fast; as of a narrow band encircling body and lying upon heart; violent throbbing and beating of heart; extending up into throat and head; numbness, stiffness and coldness of left arm and thigh; great anxiety of mind as if he had committed murder, allowing no rest day or night, preventing him even from lying down; respiration short, oppressed, wheezing, difficult; pulse full, hard, frequent; heaviness of head with vertigo, roaring in ears and darkness before eyes; at night chilliness with stretching of back and legs; when pains in heart cease suffers from stitches in chest with sudden orthopnea or has tearing, cramping pains and retraction of testicles or cramps in calves of legs.
Pressure as of a great weight lying on middle of sternum; great pressure in upper part of chest; cough excited by drinking; excoriation of chest when coughing; cough wakes him constantly at night and excites great pain in breast; impossible to lie on back; has had two previous attacks; since first has short breath and cough, inability to exert himself, palpitation, depression arising from belief that he has an incurable disease of heart, which drove him to reckless courses of life; in third attack had loud friction and bellows' sounds; extremely petulant; least trifle drove him to greatest anger; scolded violently if opposed in the least. ~ Cardiac rheumatism.
Impulse of a whirring character; first sound of heart at apex is blowing, the second clear; systolic murmur at orifice of heart.
Bruit de souffle with first sound of heart.
Peculiar blowing sound, synchronous with systole of heart, over arch of aorta.
Marked bellows' murmur with first sound of heart.
Endocarditis or myocarditis during course of acute inflammatory rheumatism or during pneumonia.
Disease of right heart with consequent venous stagnation.
R. heart considerably enlarged; superior thirds of both lungs, notably left, consolidated; constant tickling at throat pit, causing desire to cough, which, however, only resulted in a little white, frothy sputa being raised with a hacking which made his chest more sore; liver enlarged downward about two inches, but not sensitive to touch; shortness of breathing upon least exertion, together with tumultuous beating of heart; sensation of constriction across chest; soreness to touch of left subclavicular space; says life has become a burden as he can get no restful sleep; sleeps for a short time, during which he constantly tosses about, then awakens feeling sore and tired all over and must get up and sit in a chair a few minutes, then to bed again, and this all night; food does not seem to agree, except salt fish, which he does not like; had an all-gone feeling, becoming agg. as digestion proceeds and which is somewhat amel. after a meal.
Retardation of heart's beats owing probably to fatty heart; pulse gradually fell to 20 and death seemed imminent; in an old man aged 70.
Hypertrophy of left ventricle with congestion to head and face; dilatation of right ventricle; fatty degeneration of heart; emphysema; bronchial catarrh.
Dilatation of heart, following endocarditis, or fatty degeneration.
Muscular angina with fatty degeneration.
Fatty degeneration of right heart; venous stagnation; puffiness of face, particularly under eyelids.
Pulse: accelerated, full and hard; sometimes double; small, weak and frequent; irregular; feeble; small compressible, 80; small and soft; rapid and weak; rapid, soft; intermittent, from dyspepsia.
Orgasm of blood, blood excited by sensual impressions.


Swelling of clavicle.
Acute and frequently recurring paroxysms of neuralgia of chest-walls.
Intercostal neuralgia.
Yellow or brownish spots on chest.


Stiffness in nape of neck.
(OBS:) Bronchocele.
Lipoma on neck with hectic fever.
Between scapulae: heat; pains; burning pain; dull pain; throbbing pain in small spot; throbbing burning distress.
Stitches in right scapula; in shoulder blades.
Spinous processes of dorsal vertebrae between scapulae became exceedingly sensitive to pressure, also muscles between processes and left scapula were sensitive, much agg. on left side; agg. from unpleasant emotional excitement and by vexation.
Hot spot on spine; burning in spots along spine.
Feeling of intense heat running up back.
Feeling of weight and dull pressure in whole spine.
Throbbing and pulsating in back.
Pains: in small of back; as if broken, dragging sensation, cannot laugh because of it; cannot move; when rising from stooping; burning.
Burning in a small spot in small of back, amel. from rubbing.
Much heat in lower part of back across renal region.
Pain in sacral region after confinement.
Weakness and paralytic feeling at junction of lumbar and sacral vertebrae.
Pain in coccyx as if ulcerated, hindering motion, followed by painful stiff neck. ~ Rachitis. ~ Coccygodynia.
After unusual exposure, violent neuralgic pains, implicating whole spinal column, continued several years, at times assuming form of rheumatism of joints and muscles, then purely neuralgic; for months at a time could not dress himself, turn in bed or raise hands to head; helpless, with the most excruciating pain, agg. morning and evening and after eating, but usually appetite was good; violent craving for fish. ~ Rheumatic neuralgia.
Spinal irritation: palpitation of heart, agg. from any emotion; spine exceedingly sensitive to touch; weakness of spine; back feels weak, as if it would soon give out; weakness of limbs, with trembling on beginning to walk; stumbles a great deal, catching his toes in every little projection of floor or pavement; totters and there seems to be imperfect co-ordination; sleepless from excessive heat; horribly exciting dreams; in chest diseases, confinement, reflex uterine troubles, caries, etc.; burning pains; burning in spots, amel. from rubbing; throbbing burning neck, thence over head to forehead, with burning on vertex.
Spinal anemia in those given to sexual excesses; tall, lean people; night sweats with hectic fever; early morning diarrhea.
Pains in back and weakness of legs, gradually increasing until locomotion became extremely difficult and he was compelled to stay in bed; on endeavoring to walk, very peculiar motion of legs, they are bent and unsteady and are moved forward as if it were an effort for him to support spinal column; formication and numbness in lower half of spinal column; spinous processes very prominent; trembling of limbs; torpidity of alimentary canal.
Myelitis; after sexual excesses or getting wet; also when in connection with an inflammatory process of vertebrae; burning pain in spine; some vertebrae sore to touch; dyspnea and cough; weakness of sight; transient vertigo; constipation, stools narrow, dry; numbness and insensibility of extremities.
Softening of spine.
Progressive spinal paralysis, with partial contraction of affected muscles, formication and tearing in limbs, anesthesia with increased heat; periodically returning, insupportable pains in spine, preventing walking; heaviness and sensation of fatigue, especially when ascending steps; pains in soles of feet as if she had walked too much, with sensation as if they were asleep; great irritability and nervousness.
Locomotor ataxia: burning heat in back; hands and feet numb, clumsy; limbs tremble from every exertion; when walking makes missteps from weakness; swelling of hands and feet with stinging pains; paralysis, formication and tearing in limbs; anesthesia; increased heat; sexual irritation; nocturnal emissions; great irritability and nervousness; from excessive loss of animal fluids and semen.
Multiple sclerosis: weakness of extremities and trembling on making an effort; legs weak, gait tottering as if he were not sure of himself; speech embarrassed; amaurosis with widely dilated pupils; deafness.
Caries of vertebrae: in scrofulous children; diarrhea agg. in morning, containing undigested food; tendency to involvement of lungs; catches cold easily with marked tendency to bronchitis; when inflammation has extended inward and involved spinal cord itself; burning in certain portions of spine; cannot tolerate any heat near back; hot sponge on back causes him to wince; feeling as of a band around body; difficulty in walking increasing until child cannot walk at all; partial loss of control over sphincters.
Spinal diseases from inflammation of vertebrae.


Swelling of axillary glands.
Violent itching in right axilla.
Boils in left armpit.
Tearing in left shoulder, especially at night, in bed.
Paralytic drawing in muscles of shoulder and upper arm.
Great weakness of upper arms.
Arms weak, can hardly move them, they tremble, become numb.
Rheumatic pains in arms, especially in joints.
Severe pains in muscles of right shoulder, extending to elbow; pain constant, preventing sleep at night and so severe as to cause fainting; fever with sweat; numbness and flexion of fingers; all motion, even passive, is impossible.
Distressing pain in right arm and shoulder; early in morning, on rising, arm felt paralyzed and weary, sometimes from shoulder to elbow; amel. after work, agg. in evening when at rest; paralyzed; agg. after unusual exertion, and morbid sensitiveness of upper arm to pressure; no emaciation of arm; after Phosphor., spotted, itching, erythematous eruption appeared on lower part of forearms and hands. ~ Paralytic rheumatism.
Left arm painful; numbness of left forefinger (“like pins and needles”), extending up radial side of hand and wrist; first phalanx of left thumb feels at times as in a vise; gnawing pain in left forefinger; when severe extends up radial side of arm to elbow, where bone feels as if it would come through; sensation of heat in these parts, agg. at night; the gnawing seems in bone; gnawing and burning lying on back or leaning back; on letting left arm hang down, feeling of rush of blood to forefinger and as if nail were being pulled out; menses scanty, regular; before menses much flatus rolling in abdomen, causing great pain, amel. bending double and by hot drinks; flatulence and pain come on fourteen days before menses and last during period; after drinking, especially warm drinks, face and arms are red; feels as if she could not get her breath after warm drinks; first and second fingers of left hand swell for three hours every day; left first finger contracted, cannot straighten it except by aid of other hand; pain in hand prevents sleep; bruised feeling at root of left thumb; dislocated pain in left knuckles and wrist, extending to elbow.
Drawing, tearing pains in joints of elbow and hands and in fingers, worse at night and when lying on left side. ~ Rheumatism.
Tetter on elbow.
Tremor of hands.
Falling asleep of hands, in morning, on waking, sensation of numbness.
Hands and arms cold, with diarrhea.
Emaciation of hands.
Veins on hands are distended.
Burning palms; or clammy sweat on head and palms.
Paralysis of fingers.
Periodical contraction of fingers, like cramp.
Numbness and insensibility of fingers; fingers are all thumbs.
Finger tips feel numb and insensible; numb, crawling.
Cracked skin of finger joints, as if by cold.
Two months previously appearance of circumscribed redness on extremity of left thumb, extending one-eighth of an inch beneath integument; after a while there came in it a round opening as if punctured, and finally a dark red globular outgrowth, which bled profusely at slightest touch, one day about a teacupful; aching in thumb on attempting to use it.
At root of nail of right little finger, a small bluish vesicle, from which, after eight days, blood began to ooze, flow gradually growing more severe, until at times it could not be checked; around the swelling was a bright red areola, surrounded by other bright red vesicular elevations; the tumor increased in size and a small wound in foot became ulcerated; sleep disturbed; pain in stomach and epigastrium after eating; marked emaciation; red stitches on nape of neck; itching wheals on right arm; severe itching at anus; tumor was smooth and shining. ~ Fungus hematodes.


Nates painful as if suppurating.
Right hip joint painful; morbus coxarius.
Hectic fever: dry, hacking cough; chronic diarrhea; urine turbid on voiding, precipitating a white sediment on cooling; thin, watery pus oozing from diseased joint. ~ Coxalgia.
Great uneasiness in lower extremities.
Heaviness, weakness and weariness in lower extremities, especially on ascending steps.
Complete insensibility of lower extremities and of body as far up as chest.
Unsteady, stumbling gait.
Paralysis of lower extremities; unable to move limbs which were of low temperature and sensibility; back very stiff; at a certain part of sacrum no sensibility; frequent tearing and formication from back to legs.
Paralysis after spondylitis; use of lower extremities suddenly and completely lost; cannot move a step; on wishing to change position of legs must use hands, as if legs were made of wood.
An attack of lumbago, three years ago, was followed by pain in right pelvic region; loss of feeling and motion of limb; no shrinking of limb; sensation like creeping of ants in limb.
Acute arthritis with paralytic weakness of thighs and inability to flex knees to any extent.
Drawing, tensive pains, from slightest exposure to cold, with vertigo, oppression and sense of lameness and weakness in lower limbs. ~ Muscular rheumatism.
Exceedingly troublesome nightly attacks of fidgets in right leg and hip, soon after retiring, preventing sleep and driving him out of bed many times.
Swelling on upper part of right thigh, near groin, looking like a boil, surrounded by smaller swellings; each of the largest swellings has a scab upon it, which, when picked off, showed a purple or bluish-red surface beneath; after squeezing it it opened like a cauliflower, edges being everted; it was elliptical, nearly two inches long and more than an inch' wide, and projected about one-fourth of an inch, of dark purple hue; the dressing when removed was found to be full of blood, no pus; extremely sensitive to touch, contact of sponge caused fainting; fine pricking pain, like that of a needle, agg. from motion; around this were several prominences about size of half a small pea, purplish on their tops, and looking as if ready to break out as the first one had. ~ Fungus hematodes.
Tumor on right thigh near trochanter, round in shape, base being about size of fist; tumor hard, elastic, slightly movable at base, with but little pain or heat; no pulsations; at most pendant portion an abscess had formed and opened, from which there was a continuous discharge of venous blood, which when wiped away allowed the texture of the fungus haematodes to be distinctly seen; blood oozed out in drops and at times trickled away in a stream; great weakness from loss of blood; on left thigh in same location a smaller tumor had formed, which felt like an indurated gland and was less movable; irritability of mind, with fear and anxiety. ~ Fungus haematodes.
Fungus hematodes on right thigh of a newly born child.
Lower limbs covered with fetid sweat.
Weak feeling in knees.
Heaviness in hollows of knees.
Rheumatic stiffness of knees; pains from knees to feet.
White swelling of knee joint.
Ulcer below right knee, over head of tibia, surrounded by smaller ulcers.
Legs feel heavy and weary.
Legs so weak she makes missteps; face hot.
Blue-red spots, like petechiae, on legs and feet.
Troublesome itching of both legs.
Cold legs and feet. ~ Amenia.
Bruised pain in periosteum of tibia, always sore to touch.
Swelling of tibia.
Extensive gangrenous periostitis of tibia, with severe febrile disturbance; periosteum peeled off from a large area upward, as far as knee joint; the bone was rough.
Blotches on edges of tibia.
Small spots, like freckles, on lower part of tibia.
Suddenly formed, red, inflamed tumor between calf of leg and bend of knee.
Tension in tendons of flexor muscles of leg, with weakness.
Cramp in calves.
Pain in ankle as if sprained, on walking.
Sensation as if she had wrenched foot, causing her to be careful not to make a misstep; could not walk over rough street paving; when walking over smooth surface, as floor, suffers from acute pain in heel, and on stepping out and flexing ankle joint, painful tension in tendo-achillis, extending to calf; every step causes pain throughout whole joint and feet, extending forward to toes. ~ Rheumatism.
Edema of ankles and feet from heart disease or fatty degeneration of kidneys; albuminuria.
Swelling of feet: in evening; on walking; with stinging.
Weariness and heaviness of feet; paralyzed feeling.
Twitching of feet; nightly tearing during pregnancy.
Feet icy cold.
Pains in soles of feet: as if bruised; as if she had walked too much, with sensation as if they were asleep; as after a journey.
Blisters on heels.
Numbness of toes.
Corns and chilblains on toes.


Great weakness of limbs.
Loss of power over all limbs, especially in joints and as if paralyzed, with good appetite.
Heaviness of hands and feet.
Extremities became as heavy as lead and at last paralyzed, with pains in muscles.
Hands and feet numb, clumsy; ankles feel swollen and as if skin were tense.
Limbs tremble from every exertion; also icy coldness of limbs.
When walking makes missteps from weakness.
Feeling of going to sleep in arms, hands, fingers and toes.
Paralysis confined to extremities, upper and lower, and originating from pressure on spinal cord.
Scaly herpes on arms and knees.
Vesicles: around joints; between fingers and in bends of knees.
Swelling of hands and feet, with stinging pains.
Drawing pains in back and legs; could only walk with great exertion; feet felt lifeless; sensation in spinal cord as if quicksilver moved up and down; paralytic heaviness in arms, preventing work; vertigo; transient; movements of co-ordination normal; some lumbar vertebrae sensitive to touch; transient weakness of sight; anemia; emaciation. ~ Paralytic rheumatism.


Rest: pain in arms and shoulders agg.
Lying down: intense pain in eyes; heat of scalp amel.; tearing in jaw bones agg.; incarcerated flatus amel.; flatulent colic agg.
Must lie down: painful weakness of abdomen; after urinating.
Lying on back: diarrhea agg.; impossible, pain in navel; provokes cough; congestive asthma agg.; amel. pneumonia; pain in arm amel.; dorsal decubitus.
Lies upon back: head thrown back as far as possible; pneumonia.
Lying on right side: constantly; pain in right ear amel.; diarrhea amel.; stitches in chest amel.; amel. after pneumonia.
Lying on left side: pain in right ear agg.; diarrhea agg.; cough agg.; tearing in joints and fingers agg.
Cannot lie on left side: because of palpitation; pain in chest; pneumonia.
Must sit erect: general anasarca; dyspnea.
Must sit up: during cough; during night feels sore and tired all over.
Sitting: feeling of incarcerated flatus agg.; could move feet a little but could not keep them stretched out.
Letting left arm hang down: rush of blood to forefinger.
Leaning back: pain in left arm amel.
Bending double: flatulent colic amel.
Had to hold abdomen: cough caused pain.
Stooping: throbbing in forehead agg.; cephalalgia; intense pain in eyes agg.
Standing: very tired; knees bend under him; there is a deep anterior curve of lumbar vertebrae.
Change of position: compelled by burning of skin.
Wishing to change position of legs: must use hands.
Leaning from left to right side: can raise better.
Rising: vertigo with roaring in ears; weakness in legs; must lie down again for a few moments; cough agg.; from stooping, pains in small of back.
Opening mouth: prosopalgia amel.
Writing: hands tremble.
Desire to stretch limbs.
Could not dress himself, turn in bed, raise hands to head: excruciating pain.
Capacity for movement lost.
Motion: of head, vertigo, as if he would fall; of head, dull pain in forehead agg.; of eyeballs, sore; of jaw, amel. tearing in it; cardialgia agg.; cough agg.; least, involuntary stools; cutting from sternum to scapula; pains in chest agg.; pain in right side of iliac fossa agg.; slight causes palpitation; even passive, impossible, pain in shoulder; agg. hammering in chest; dreaded and difficult from weakness; slightest causes redness of face; rumbling in abdomen; causes epistaxis; of joints amel. pain.
Every exertion: had to rest; limbs tremble; unusual, arm and shoulder paralyzed agg.; causes trembling and weakness of extremities; causes sweat, very profuse.
Walking: staggers from vertigo; everything turned around with her very tired; fast causes congestion to head; stomach painful; difficult for want of breath; painful weakness across abdomen; ready fatigue; leucorrhea; during and after, tearing in labia; breathing impeded; trembling; impossible; pains in spine; makes missteps from weakness; causing very peculiar motion of legs; pain in ankle; over rough pavement impossible; on smooth surface acute pain in heel; swelling of feet; makes missteps from weakness; causes exhaustion; in a side to side waddling manner.
Stepping out and flexing ankle joint: painful tension in tendo-achilles.
Ascending steps: heaviness and sensation of fatigue; weariness, weakness and heaviness in lower extremities; muscles of lower extremities seem to refuse to act.
Exertion causes nosebleed.
Exercise: cough agg.

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Oversensitiveness of all senses; oversensitive to external impressions, light, odors, noises, touch, etc.
Great languor and disinclination to move; heaviness in whole body; great weariness; prostration; exhausted after a walk; remarkably weak and depressed, without slightest desire to attend to ordinary business; weakness so great that patient could hardly speak; general nervous exhaustion; inexpressible heaviness of whole body, so that every motion was difficult and unpleasant; desired to keep bed and dreaded motion.
Feeling of weakness in back as if crushed, followed by weakness of extremities and trembling after least exertion; both lower limbs so feeble that he was only able to stagger for a moment or two with a trembling step; when attempting to stand knees shook and gave way; hands and arms trembled when he attempted to use them.
After urinating in morning is so weak he has to lie down.
Exhaustion: especially in chest; of mind and body, in morning; sudden attacks; from loss of vital fluids; with increased susceptibility to external impressions; with irritable weakness.
Paralyzed and sick feeling in whole body.
General relaxation of muscular power; when going upstairs muscles of lower extremities seem to refuse to act, so that she was in danger of falling.
Motions involuntary and uncertain, as one attacked with palsy.
Trembling: especially of hands while writing; all over body or in single limbs; with nervous debility.
Nervous debility: from simple weakness to complete paralysis; often in pneumonia, typhus, exanthematic diseases, croup, bronchitis, vitality reaches its lowest ebb, cerebrospinal system is depressed, surface is cold, pulse like a thread, rattling breathing, trembling of whole frame; frequent fainting spells, caused by intemperance; constitution undermined by grief, care or excessive mental exertion; excesses in venery, or onanism.
Frequent fainting: pale, cold; sudden syncope, lying as if lifeless.
Numbness of whole body, accompanied by a pricking sensation.
Gradual loss of strength; coition causes prostration for several days; paretic condition of left side of body, particularly of limbs, face and tongue less affected, although speech is impaired; movements of limbs unsteady; sensibility not entirely impaired; pain in affected limbs at times severe, with frequent involuntary motions of same, they are also stiff, so that flexion is difficult; frequent attacks of vertigo; confusion of head; mental dullness, recollection tardy and incomplete; answers to questions are slow, short and unsatisfactory; appetite impaired, stool delayed and difficult; sleep restless, disturbed; feels agg. after sleep, and formerly when he could leave bed arose very late; although he has control of his motions they are very unsteady; hand trembles when reaching for an object, and when grasping or lifting anything there is no strength; complete mental and physical weakness and prostration; veil before eyes; face pale, becomes red on slightest motion; easily overheated but quickly becomes cool again, feels chilly and desires to stretch limbs.
All feeling annihilated in upper extremities as far as elbows and in the lower up to glutei, this taking place, progressively, first in tips of fingers and toes, then in hands and soles of feet, and so on; complete anesthesia of nerves of sensation; capacity for movement lost; could grasp large objects with fingers, but could not hold them fast; could sit on bed or chair, but on attempting to stand knees bent under him and he had to be held upright; walking or stepping out with feet quite impossible, in sitting could move them a little, but could not keep them stretched out; muscles of all extremities flaccid, losing all firmness and tone and atrophied; temperature of limbs same as that of body; stool seldom, never without aid of injections; urine acid, passing frequently, sphincter of bladder having lost its energy; must satisfy desire to urinate promptly of urine would pass involuntarily, especially at night; brain unaffected; mind clear; no head symptoms; no pain along whole length of spine, even from strong pressure. ~ Paralysis.
Paralysis: formication and tearing in limbs; traced to cerebral or spinal softening, or atrophy, which were preceded by overexcitement; progressive muscular atrophy, the intellect remaining clear; paralysis of spinal origin; tingling and formication in limbs amel. from friction; heat in paralyzed part; anesthesia; caused by onanism, chlorosis, Bright's disease, etc.; after sexual excesses; after confinement; with tingling and tearing from back down into limbs; gressus vaccinus; hemiplegia, facial and aphasic, from thrombosis of left middle cerebral artery, or from pressure on spinal cord.
With great difficulty can walk a few yards, when she does so it is with her shoulders thrown backward, abdomen prominent, legs separated in a waddling side to side manner; it is with difficulty she can even stand, as her legs feel as if they would give way except when widely separated; cannot rise from chair without assistance, numbness and pins-and-needles sensation in lower extremities; in upper extremities no pain or numbness, but some stiffness; can grasp an object but cannot retain grasp long; face pale and anemic, appetite poor, pain in left side; bowels act every third or fourth day; menses irregular, occurring every six, seven or eight weeks, very little and pale; urine normal, no vertigo, headache or defective vision; tenderness of lower dorsal vertebrae; when standing there is a deep anterior curve of lumbar vertebrae, much diminished in a prone position; glutei muscles firm, hard and somewhat enlarged, also oblique abdominal muscles; muscles of upper arm enlarged, hard and firm; right arm across middle of biceps when arm is extended measures 9 3/4 inches in circumference, and left arm in same place 9 1/2; forearms apparently normal; muscles of thighs and legs re much larger and harder than normal; circumference of middle of right thigh is 19 3/4 inches, that of left 19 1/2; right calf 14 1/2 inches, left 14 1/4. ~ Duchenne's pseudo-hypertrophic paralysis.
Progressive locomotor ataxia.
Apparently lifeless state, with occasional convulsive movements, followed by greenish vomiting; vomits drink as soon as it gets warm in stomach; copious, easy, gushing vomiting; cadaverous face; hemorrhage of bright blood. ~ Shock from injury.
Restless moving because of burning heat; anxiety at twilight.
Jerking of single muscles.
After severe nervous shock, sleeplessness, followed in a few days by cutting pains in region of heart, with severe chills, increasing to convulsive violence, and ending by his falling to floor apparently dead, rigid and pulseless; after half an hour would revive and act as if insane; after a time paroxysm changed and he would feel from right ear to top of head as if everything had stopped, and would instantly fall into a sound sleep, from which he would awake completely mesmerized; during his whole illness had never awakened in morning in his right mind. ~ Convulsions.
Chorea in children who are growing too fast; very weak, walks as if paralyzed.
Spasms on paralyzed side.
Epilepsy, with consciousness.
Neuralgia, in many parts of body, with great anemia and a broken-down, emaciated constitution.
Pains: tearing, drawing, tensive, excited by slightest chill; body feels bruised, with sensation of coldness; open air intolerable.
Takes cold easily in open air.

SLEEP. [37]

Sleepy, coma vigil.
Sleepy all day, all night restless; awakened by vivid dreams.
Stupor, burning heat of head; muttering delirium. ~ Pneumonia.
Sopor, dry lips, black tongue, open mouth.
Sleeplessness and uneasiness in evening, in bed.
Sleep restless, full of dreams; headache in morning, on waking.
After waking, in evening and night, cannot fall asleep again for a long time.
Difficulty of falling asleep on account of excitement, and then uneasy, dreamful sleep.
Starts in sleep, wakens anxious.
Restless, especially before midnight.
Cannot fall asleep before 10 o'clock, on account of restlessness, also cannot get feet warm.
Sleep disturbed by heat of body; ebullitions, oppression of chest, hunger.
Feels in morning as if he had not slept enough.
Dreams vivid: full of restless work and business, which he could not finish; of fire; anxious; of biting animals; lascivious, with emissions.
Lies only on right side; lying on left causes anxiety.

TIME. [38]

Morning: on rising unable to collect his senses; vertigo constantly increasing after rising from bed; vertigo; headache appears; darting pains in different parts of body agg.; sees more distinctly; agglutination of lids; obstruction in nose; nasal discharge; early epistaxis; neuralgia agg.; taste of rotten eggs; hawking; painfullness of stomach; watery diarrhea; gleet; discharge of watery fluid; milky leucorrhea early; hoarseness; constant expectoration; cough with expectoration; hawking; hawking of mucus; hollow cough; expectoration agg.; oppression of chest; palpitation and anxiety; rheumatic neuralgia agg.; diarrhea; weakness after urinating; exhaustion of mind and body; pain in arm and shoulder; falling asleep of hands; headache; feels as if he had not slept enough; sweat in bed; rheumatic stiffness.
Forenoon: vertigo; intense pain in eyes.
At 11 A. M.: empty feeling; dyspeptic pain.
Noon: headache from morning agg., amel. towards evening.
Day: flickering before eyes; dryness of throat; frequent hiccough; erections; constant expectoration; coryza, dullness of head and sleepiness; cough with expectoration; dryness of throat; incessant barking cough; sleep.
Afternoon: heat.
Evening: fear and dread; as if horrible faces were looking out of every corner; in bed, vertigo; vertigo agg.; headache appears mostly; darting pains in body agg.; in darkness flashes before eyes; right eye red and hot, waters agg.; tearing in jaw bones; scraping in pharynx agg.; stitching pain in stomach agg.; pains and vomiting towards; chilliness; hoarseness agg.; aphonia agg.; epidemic influenza agg.; cough dry; bronchitis agg.; cough agg.; oppression and anxiety in chest agg.
Stridulous inspiration: dry tickling cough; cough after lying down; less expectoration until midnight cough agg.; capillary bronchitis agg.; palpitation and anxiety; rheumatic neuralgia agg.; pain in arm and shoulder agg.; swelling of feet; sleeplessness and uneasiness; after waking cannot fall asleep again; chilliness with anxiety; rigors; heat.
From 3 to 6 P. M.: burning thirst.
Twilight: anxious; sees more distinctly; asthenopia agg.
From evening until midnight: chill.
Night: falling asleep, frequent deception of vision; shooting through ears; coryza agg.; dryness of throat; ravenous hunger; qualmishness; stitching pains in stomach agg.; pains and vomiting; involuntary passages of stool and urine; much thirst for water; involuntary urination; erections; seminal emissions; clammy sweats; croup agg.; cough dry; dryness of throat; cough agg.; suffocative feeling; incessant barking cough; oppression of chest; cramp in chest; expectoration of blood agg.; chilliness with stretching of back and legs; restless sleep; tearing in left shoulder; pain prevents sleep; heat in arm agg.; tearing pains in joints and fingers agg.; involuntary urination; restless; after waking cannot fall asleep again; cannot fall asleep before 10 o'clock; chill; heat without thirst and sweat; exostosis agg.; itching of spots on skin agg.; hands very cold and bluish.
Before midnight: restless.
After midnight: sweat lasting till morning.


Heat: boring in teeth agg.; cannot tolerate near back; itching of spots of skin agg.
Hot drinks: flatulent colic amel.
Hot room: head affected; right eye affected.
Heat of stove: does not amel. chilliness.
Warmth: tearing in teeth amel.; pain in stomach or hypochondrium.
Warm weather: diarrhea.
In warm room: sick-headache; chilliness.
Warm food: pain in teeth agg.; diarrhea agg.
Warm drinks: cough agg.; cause face and arms to become red; as if she could not get her breath.
Warm water: hands in, cause toothache.
Being covered: agg. pains in navel.
Must uncover head: painful heat in scalp.
Aversion to uncovering: chilliness.
Warmly wrapped up day and night: neuralgia in head.
When water becomes warm in stomach it is thrown up.
From warm to cold air: cough agg.
Air: cancer mamma agg. by exposure.
Open air: vertigo agg.; pain in forehead amel.; stuffed feeling in nose amel.; hemicrania amel.; weight on head and pressure on upper lids; pricking stinging in teeth agg.; walking causes tearing in labia; cough agg.; oppression of chest; intolerable; takes cold easily.
Change of temperature: tension of face agg.; cough agg.
In wind: profuse lachrymation; neuralgia of head agg.; felt something strike icy cold in centre of lower chest.
During a thunderstorm: anxious; before, cough.
Tropical climate: disordered livers in men invalided from.
Water: does not relieve dryness in throat and lips; drinking cold amel. cholera; cold amel. burning thirst.
Getting wet: myelitis.
Washing clothes: causes congestion to head.
Cold wet weather: tearing in teeth and cheek.
Cold: boring in teeth agg.; desire for drinks; food amel.; pain in stomach; exposure, causing drawing tensive pain in limbs; weather, rheumatism agg.
Cool air: amel. vertigo, exhaustion and bewilderment of brain; throbbing in teeth much agg.; bronchitis agg.
Cold water: hands in, cause toothache; hemorrhage from stomach amel.; burning in stomach amel.
Taking anything cold into mouth: pain in teeth and cheek agg.
Cold washing: throbbing in forehead amel.; weight of head and pressure on upper lids amel.; always increases or provokes pain in teeth.
Ice or very cold drinks: amel. vomiting; diarrhea amel.; cough agg.
From taking cold over washtub: tearing in head and face.
From taking cold: head affected.

FEVER. [40]

Coldness of limbs.
Icy coldness of hands, knees and feet, even in bed.
Chilliness: towards evening; internal, several afternoons, for half an hour or an hour; in evening, on falling asleep; every evening, with shivering, without thirst; great anxiety in evening; evenings rigors, diarrhea and aversion to uncover; internal, afternoons, with sensation of hot water in stomach; not amel. by heat of stove.
Chill: generally only in evening; no thirst; agg. from uncovering; veins on hands swollen; from evening until midnight, with great weakness and sleep; at night, alternating with heat; with diarrhea; descends, heat ascends back; right sided; amel. drinking and eating (accompanying debility).
Flushes all over, beginning in hands.
Heat: sensation of; with anxiety and burning in face and hands, afternoon and evening; from stomach into chest and throat; causes frequent waking; rising into chest; running up back; with desire to sleep; at night, without thirst and sweat, from which he frequently woke; of cheeks; glowing of one or other cheek; in afternoon; with thirst; with desire for drink without thirst.
Sweat: anxious; profuse over whole body; very profuse on slight exertion; all over, every morning exhausting him; in morning in bed; during sleep, after midnight, lasting till morning, without thirst; with feeling of anxiety, towards morning; on head and hands, frequently alternating with transient coldness; mostly on head, hands and feet, with increased urine; only on forepart of body; clammy; cold, clammy; smells of sulphur.
Profuse night sweat, agg. during sleep. ~ Phthisis.
Intermittent fever: heat at night beginning in stomach; faint and hungry; then chilly, followed by internal heat, especially in hands, external cold continuing; apt to become remittent or typhoid, or a remittent fever takes on after a time, or after partial or complete suppression, an intermittent type, usually the quotidian.
Typhoid forms of fever; typhoid and typhus, with impending paralysis; soporous condition, dry black lips and tongue and open mouth.
Evacuations brown, dark-green, grey, black, like coffeegrounds, like tea, of decomposed blood, watery and streaked with blood; pressing or throbbing pain in forehead; early and rapid prostration; face pale; sunken; eyes dim, lustreless; tongue white, coated with mucus; constant thirst; region of stomach tense, sensitive to pressure; nausea; vomiting of mucus and bile; abdomen bloated; meteoric distension; audible rumbling in abdomen on motion; ileo-cecal region painful; urine scanty, turbid, jumentous, depositing a mucous sediment, without getting clear after doing so; in some cases urine may be clear; at this stage respiratory organs not much affected; dry, annoying cough; expectoration transparent sticky, tough, adherent; as meteorism increases, respiratory symptoms become more pronounced; pulse rapid, weak, 100-110; skin hot, frequently covered with sweat, but without relief; sleeplessness; aroused from sleep by frightful dreams. ~ Typhoid fever.
Hot, dry skin; pulse 120, full; tongue coated; abdomen sensitive during first stage; stool frequent, bloody, looking like meat washings; tongue cracked, bright-red at edges. ~ Typhoid fever.
On fourteenth day of bilious fever great prostration; singultus; difficult deglutition; audible descent of fluids when drinking; somnolence; rattling breathing, without sufficient strength to expectorate; body dry, weak, emaciated; pulse rapid, weak; cold extremities; cold, clammy sweat on face; eyes dim, dull, ulcerated; smooth, red, dry tongue. ~ Typhoid.
Typhoid fever: with oppression of chest and difficult respiration; stitches in pleura; racking cough with thick, yellow or reddish expectoration; frequent, painless diarrhea, with meteorism or rumbling in abdomen; lips, tongue and nose dry and brown; bronchitis.
Typhoid types of fever: great cerebro-spinal exhaustion; brain and spine particularly affected; ashy or waxen face; tongue covered with viscid, thready slime, difficult to expectorate, it seems to collect on teeth, around gums and on tongue; body hot, head rather cool and limbs decidedly cold; congestion of both chest and abdomen; breath hot; bronchial catarrh, pneumonia or pneumonic infiltration of lungs; burning thirst, agg. from 3 to 6 P. M.; amel. drinking cold water, until it becomes warm in stomach, when it is violently ejected; liver and spleen sore to touch and usually enlarged; diarrhea as soon as he eats; stools flaky, dark, often bloody; external weakness after stool; continually throws off bedclothes; puts arms out of bed to cool off; profuse sweat without relief; threatened paralysis of lungs; coma, with hot breath and rattling, as if a large quantity of phlegm were rattling in lungs; limbs cold and covered with cold sweat; pulse scarcely perceptible.
Yellow fever: hemorrhagic form with petechial spots and hemorrhages at an early stage.
Hectic fever: loss of appetite; no desire for work or even amusement; gradual diminution of strength; sleep restless, dreamy, unrefreshing; drowsy during day, difficult to keep awake over her work; short cough, pain and dryness in windpipe; pale face; distinct but moderate fever; shooting pains in forehead, tinnitus aurium, general lassitude; indeterminate pains in legs, dryness in mouth and throat; mucous membrane of tongue as if polished away, tongue red; lungs become rapidly involved, with suppuration; formation of cavities, and purulent exudation into cavity of thorax, with infiltration and ulceration of intestinal canal, with chronic diarrhea.


Alternate: laughing and weeping; violent delirium and consciousness; fluent and stopped coryza; weariness and bulimia; diarrhea and constipation; chill and heat; sweat with transient coldness.
Periodically returning: insupportable pains in spine.
Every half minute: expectorates.
Every half hour: must rise at night to moisten throat.
For half or three-quarters of an hour: attacks of pain in epigastrium.
For an hour: roaring in head and right ear.
Several hours: after eating, eructations; sudden constricting pain in epigastrium.
For many hours: cold extremities.
In twenty-four hours: 25 to 50 stools.
Every morning: copious evacuations; nose stopped up; exhausting sweat all over.
Every day for three hours: fingers swell.
Several times a day: vertigo; epistaxis.
A day: two to fifteen stools.
Every evening: chilliness with shivering.
Nightly: attacks of fidgets in right leg and hip; tearing in feet.
From morning until noon: vomiting with sick-headache.
Nearly every night: seminal emissions.
Several afternoons for half an hour to an hour: chilliness.
Several successive evenings: anxiety about heart.
Every other day: headache.
For three days: severe pains in stomach in paroxysms.
Every three or four days: hard, dry, beaded stool.
For six days: right eye red and waters.
Once a week: attacks of headache, lasting from one to three days; hemicrania.
Every ten days: menses.
For eighteen months: swelling of right tonsil; disease of rectum.
For five years: cephalalgia.
For seven years: amaurosis of right eye.
For eight years: chronic diarrhea.
For ten years: shooting in right cheek.
For twelve years: eczema.
Many years: headache; hardness of hearing.


Right: pain in side of head; roaring in ear; pain in ear amel. lying on side; dilatation of heart; as of a black veil before eye; amaurosis; paralytic affection of sixth pair of nerves of eye; redness of eye, waters; swelling of eyelids; eye looks small; inflamed gathering in ear; tearing about margin of orbit, extending under ear; shooting in cheek; ulcer on zygoma; swelling of tonsil; enlargement of hypochondrium; fatty degeneration of heart; lying on side excites cough; stitches under ribs; cutting from sternum to scapula; acute pain in chest; percussion dull over lower portion of thorax; lower portion of lung hepatized; threatened paralysis of lung; pain in side of iliac fossa; disease of heart; heart considerably enlarged; dilatation of ventricle; fatty degeneration of heart; stitches in scapula; itching in axilla; severe pain in shoulder; distressing pain in arm and shoulder, at root of nail of little finger; itching wheals on arm; hip joint painful; pain in pelvic region; fidgets in leg and hip; swelling of upper part of thigh; tumor on thigh; fungus haematodes on thigh; ulcer below knee; from ear to top of head, as if everything had stopped and would fall asleep; lies only on side; chill; impetigo sparsa, affecting leg.
Left: anxiety below breast; mouth drawn; cannot lie on side because of palpitation; headache over eye; pulsation in temple; cold crampy pain on whole side of head; intense pain in eye; pain in right ear agg. lying on side; headache agg. in side through eye into back of head; exostosis on parietal bone; incipient amaurosis; pressure in temple; white pustule on outer segment of cornea; feeling of sand in eye; twitching of lid and external canthus of eye; rather deaf; stye on lower lid; fullness high up in nostril; shooting from eye to vertex; tearing in cheek; painful swelling of lower jaw; skin over jaw red and tense; necrosis of lower jaw; pain from stomach to hypochondrium and then in shoulder; pains from stomach to temple; turning on side desire for stool; lying on side diarrhea agg.; pain in region of lower ribs; pain in ovary; breast extremely sensitive; fistulous passage in breast; side of thorax elevated during breathing; tight feeling in ovarian region; stitches under ribs and in chest; excoriated pain agg. side; pain in lower part of lung agg.; lying on side, vesicular murmurs and moist bronchial rales; stitching in acromial extremity of clavicle, thence downward through lung and out at side of abdomen: dead percussion sound on side; numbness, stiffness and coldness of arm and thigh; upper third of lung consolidated; subclavicular space sore to touch; hypertrophy of ventricle; sensitiveness of muscles of back to pressure; boils in armpit; tearing in shoulder; arm painful; numbness and pain of forefinger; first phalanx of thumb as if in a vise; letting arm hang feeling of rush of blood to forefinger; first and second fingers swell; first finger contracted; bruised feeling at root of thumb; dislocated pain in knuckles and wrist; redness on extremity of thumb; tumor in thigh; paretic condition of side of body; movement of limbs unsteady; lying on side causes anxiety.


As if about to die; as if immersed in hot water; anxiety as if below her left breast; as if head would burst; as if he had been lying at night with head too low; as if everything had stopped in head; as if chair were rising; as if he would fall forward; as if eyes would be pressed out; as if a weight pressed down pain into eyes; as if food did not digest properly; as if there were painful nodes under scalp; as if patient were pulled by hair; as if head would burst; as if something had exploded in head; as if skin of face were too tight; as if objects were covered with a grey veil; as if something were pulled tight over eyes; as of dust in right eye; as of sand in left eye; eyeballs as if large; as if eye were swelled and pushed out of orbit; as if something lay before ears; as of gauze over ears; as if foreign body were lodged in ears; as if coryza would develop; as if nose were stuck together; as if everything were torn out; as if nails were driven into jaws; as if tongue had been burnt; as of cotton in throat; as if stomach had been removed; as if something were pressing heavily upon stomach; as if a heavy weight were in stomach; stomach as if freezing; as of something cooking in stomach; as if anus were open; back as if broken; larynx as if it were lined with fur; as of skin in larynx; as if a piece of flesh or skin were hanging loose in larynx; as if something in middle of sternum were torn loose; chest as if excoriated; chest as if stopped up; as if heavy weight were lying on chest; fullness in chest and throat, as if from eating too much; as if air were forcibly kept out; as if band were about chest; as if something were being torn loose under sternum; chest as if eviscerated; as if heart had grown fast; as if narrow band encircled body and lying upon heart; anxiety as if he had committed murder; as if a great weight were lying on middle of sternum; small of back as if broken; coccyx as if ulcerated; back as if would soon give out; pains in soles as if she had walked too much; as if soles were asleep; gait as if he were not sure of himself; first phalanx of left thumb as if in a vise; as if bone would come through elbow; as if nail were being pulled out; nates as if suppurating; as if legs were made of wood; as of ants creeping in limb; ankle as if sprained; as if she had wrenched foot; feet as if bruised; as if she had walked too much; as if feet were asleep; limb as if paralyzed; as if skin of ankles were tense; as if quicksilver moved up and down spinal cord; back as if crushed; as if lifeless; legs feel as if they would give way; as if he had not slept enough; as if a large quantity of phlegm were rattling in lungs; mucous membrane of tongue as if polished away.
Pain: in right side of head; in centre of brain; from eyes to top of head; in recti muscles; in bones of orbit of eye; in throat; in teeth; in back, opposite stomach; in stomach and bowels; in left side; in navel; in hypogastrium; in ovaries; down inner side of thigh; in sacrum; in larynx; in chest; in centre of lower chest; between scapulae; small of back; in sacral region; in coccyx; in spine; pains in soles; in left arm; in hand; in stomach; in right pelvic region; from knees to feet; in ankles; through whole joint and feet to toes; in soles; in muscles of extremities; in affected parts; in windpipe; in legs.
Intolerable pain: in larynx.
Insupportable pains: in spine.
Excruciating pains: from breast into chest; in whole spinal column.
Excruciating, knifelike pains: in stomach.
Intense pain: in whole head and in eyes.
Violent pain: in stomach.
Severe pains: in head; in throat; in stomach; in left temple, eye, teeth and side of head; in back; in breast; in muscles of right shoulder extending to elbow.
Acute pain: in right chest; in lower part of left lung; in heel.
Distressing pain: in right arm and shoulder.
Anguish: in chest.
Lacerating pain: in tumor on lip.
Tearing: about lower margin of right orbit, extending under right ear, in cheek bones and jaws; in teeth; in labia; under sternum; in testicles; in left shoulder; from back to legs.
Darting: in cheek bone and jaw; in different places.
Shooting: from one temple to the other; through eyes; through ears; from left eye to vertex; from forehead into eyes; from carious tooth all over bones of face and head; across abdomen; from rectum up spine to occiput; in forehead.
Lancinating: in hemorrhoids; in cancer; in right side of iliac fossa.
Cutting: in bowels; in anus; into chest; in left ovarian region; in abdomen; from middle of sternum to right scapula; in region of heart.
Violent hammering: in chest.
Jerking pains: in cavities of teeth.
Throbbing: in forehead; in temples; in carious tooth; of heart extending into throat; of small spot between scapulae; in back; in neck.
Boring: on one side of head; in eye to head; in region of navel; in forehead and root of nose.
Stitches: in liver; in anus; in mamma; from vagina into pelvis; in larynx; over one eye; in right side under false ribs; in left side beneath ribs; in right scapula; in shoulder blades.
Stitching: in cavities of teeth; in stomach; from coccyx to interscapular region; in region of liver; in mammary glands; in abdomen; through lungs; upon acromial extremity of left clavicle, thence through left lung out at left side of abdomen.
Neuralgia: of coeliac plexus.
Gnawing pain: in left forefinger into arm.
Sticking pains: in chest; in epigastrium; behind sternum; in various parts of chest.
Cutting-burning pains: in stomach.
Pinching: in bowels; high up in chest.
Griping: in epigastric region; in stomach.
Cramping pain: in testicles.
Cold, crampy pain: on left side of head.
Cramps: in stomach; in rectum; in calves; between scapulae.
Contractive pain: in pit of stomach, thence to left hypochondrium, to head and shoulder.
Constricting pain: in epigastric region under sternum; in throat; high up in chest.
Excoriated pain: in chest.
Bruised pain: in periosteum of tibiae.
Sore pain: in both nostrils.
Biting: in anus.
Stinging: in occiput; in tip of tongue; in anus; in hands and feet; of inner parts.
Smarting: in rectum; in front of throat.
Soreness: of mouth; over liver; in pharynx; of larynx; in chest; in trachea and bronchi; in lungs.
Pricking pain: in right thigh; over whole body.
Burning: in forehead; in temples; pain in brain; in lids; in eyes; in spots in eyeballs; outside of tumor on lip; on tongue; in uvula; in esophagus; in stomach; in rectum; between shoulders; at anus; in epigastrium; of hemorrhoids; in urethra; behind sternum; in chest; between scapulae; in spots along spine; in small of back; in small spot in small of back; in neck; thence over head to forehead; in palms; in skin.
Heat: in top of head; in scalp; in eyes; extending up back; at epigastrium; running up back; in larynx; in chest; between scapulae; in spots in spine; intense, running up back; in lower part of back across renal region; in paralyzed parts; burning of head; in face and hands; from stomach into chest and throat; of cheeks.
Pricking-stinging: in teeth.
Tingling soreness and rawness: in air passages.
Dislocated pain: in left knuckles and wrist.
Pressive pain: above eyes; in temples; in forehead and root of nose; in upper part of sternum; about heart; agg. under sternum.
Dull pain: from forehead to root of nose; stupefying, in head; deep in eyes; in renal region; between scapulae.
Rheumatic pains: in arms.
Drawing: on one side of head; in jaws; root of nose, eyes, temples; in stomach; paralytic, in shoulder and arm; in joints of elbows and hands and in fingers; in back and legs.
Dragging: in small of back.
Aching: in sacral region; in eyes; in forehead and orbits; in stomach; in gastric region; in hepatic region; distress in lumbar region; in cardiac region; in thumb.
Sensitiveness: over sacrum and kidneys; of larynx; in region of liver.
Painfullness: of stomach; of cord.
Contraction: in larynx and trachea.
Constrictive sensation: under sternum; spasm in chest; in larynx; across chest.
Pressure: from forehead to eyes; on upper lids; in chest; in epigastric region; in gastric region; at cardiac orifice of stomach; in upper part of chest; in pit of stomach; in chest; in middle of sternum; upper part of sternum; in whole spine.
Tension: in face; in cheek bones and jaw; over region of bladder; in chest; in tendons of flexor muscles of legs; in tendo-achillis.
Tightness: in precordial region; in chest; in left ovarian region; of chest; across upper third of lungs.
Weight: in forehead; in larynx; in centre of lower chest; in whole spine.
Heaviness: in head; in lids; in chest; in spine; in lower extremities; in hollows of knee; of feet; of hands.
Irritation: in larynx and trachea.
Fullness: in nose; in stomach; of chest.
Oppression: in epigastric region; in stomach; in chest.
Dullness: in head.
Stuffed feeling: in nose.
Pulsation: in temples; in occiput; in tumor on head; annoying, of heart; in spine.
Twitching: of feet.
Strained feeling: in eyes.
Scraping: in pharynx.
Scratching: in throat.
Rawness: in pharynx; in larynx and bronchia; in chest; of lungs.
Roughness: in pharynx; of larynx.
Tickling: in ear; in larynx; in throat; in chest; at throat pit.
Dryness: in nose; lips and throat; mouth of uvula; of skin of larynx; burning, in throat; in air passages; in windpipe.
Empty feeling: across abdomen; in abdomen; in stomach.
Trembling: of legs; all over; of limbs.
Relaxed feeling: in abdomen.
Weakness: in head; in sacral region; of internal recti muscles; in stomach and abdomen; at junction of lumbar and sacral vertebrae; of back; of limbs; of legs; of upper arm; in knees.
Weariness: of lower extremities; of feet.
Fidgets: in right leg and hip.
Paralyzed feeling: in feet; in whole body.
Going-to-sleep feeling: in arms, hands, fingers and toes.
Stiffness: in brain; in recti muscles; in eyes; of left arm and thigh; in nape of neck; of back; rheumatic, of knees.
Numbness: in sacral region; in limbs; of left arm and thigh; of extremities; of fingers; of left forefinger; in hands; of toes; of whole body.
Itching: on scalp; of pimples on scalp; in lids; in ears; outside of tumor on lip; in anus; violent in right axilla; eruption on lower part of forearm and hands; wheals on right arm; of both legs; over whole body; of eczema.
Formication: in limbs; from back to legs.
Coldness: in cerebellum; in stomach; in abdomen; of hands and feet; of left arm and thigh; of hands and arms; of legs and feet.


Emaciation; extreme, rapid; is reduced almost to a skeleton.
Atrophy of children; child overtall, slender, emaciated, big-bellied; face pale, almost waxen; delicate eyelashes, soft hair, rapid breathing; diarrhea with dry cough; child often awakens at night, hot and restless, and will drop off to sleep if fed; irascible, vehement, susceptible to external impressions and to electrical changes in atmosphere.
Suitable to young people with blonde hair, blue eyes, delicate skin, slender stature, with cachectic cough, diarrhea, frequent exhausting sweats, great debility, with orgasm of blood; palpitation of heart or oppression of chest after exercise; copious stools, pouring away like water from a hydrant, with great exhaustion; glandular swellings, suppuration; appetite good; craves cold food, ice cream, etc.
Chlorosis, anemia: with too rapid growth; with excessive muscular debility, but without loss of adipose tissue, in patients with precocious puberty; deep-seated chronic cases, with tubercular diathesis; brought on by depressing mental influences, or by exhausting bodily causes; puffiness around eyes; dry, hacking cough; great weakness in sexual organs, consequent upon previous irritation of these parts; leucorrhea of whitish, watery slime, especially profuse during menses, sometimes acrid and corroding; total loss of energy in all organic functions of body.
Blood when drawn seemed very pale, and under microscope exhibited only about twice as many red as white corpuscles.
Ebullitions and congestions.
Slight wounds bleed much.
Hemorrhages: profuse; frequent and profuse, pouring out freely, then ceasing for a time; from free surface and from tissues; from various parts of body, haemoptysis, bleeding of gums, hemorrhoids; metrorrhagia, etc.; blood very fluid and difficult to coagulate; vicarious, from nose, stomach, anus, urethra; associated with Bright's disease; from internal organs.
Purpura haemorrhagica.
Expectoration of bloody saliva; small spots of extravasated blood all over body; least hurt immediately followed by a large black spot of extravasated blood; any little scratch bled profusely and continuously; accidental scratch of pin would bleed so as to saturate cloth after cloth; little red points on tongue and on whole buccal cavity oozing continuously; blood settled beneath conjunctiva so that eyes appeared entirely bloodshot; shot; breath peculiarly offensive; discharge from mouth of bloody saliva filled with shreds of decomposed or disorganized blood; pulse regular but quick; even ordinary handling would leave marks on fingers, as if she had been struck violently, and these spots were inclined to extend indefinitely; slight knock near eye involved whole eye and surroundings in a black, unsightly spot; all the secretions were bloody; nosebleed from exertion and especially from straining at stool; blows much blood from nose; swollen and easily bleeding gums; discharge of blood from rectum with stool; great weakness, tottering gait. ~ Purpura haemorrhagica.
Large number of petechia over body, especially about soft parts; hemorrhagic patches and streaks on tongue and in cavity of mouth; hemorrhages from nose and mouth without cause; hawks and coughs up much blood, particularly after awakening from sleep, which usually is short; discharge of blood with stool; feces coated with blood; debility. ~ Purpura haemorrhagica.
Red spots streaks over whole body, particularly on parts covered with clothing; face and hands free from petechia; epistaxis, frequent, without cause, or after a sudden movement; occasional bleeding of gums. ~ Purpura haemorrhagica.
Fungus haematodes.
Fatty degeneration of liver, heart, kidneys, etc.; anemia.
Dropsy of face, hands and feet.
Dropsy after scarlet fever; urine deposits a grey sandy sediment; scrotum and penis enormously swollen; general anasarca, which compels him to sit erect; albuminuria.
Mucous membranes pale; increased secretion of mucus.
Inflammation with stinging of inner parts.
Lax muscular system; muscles flabby; fatty degeneration.
Rheumatic stiffness with morning aggravation.
Rheumatism: drawing, tearing, tight feeling in affected part; headache, vertigo; agg. from cold weather; affects chest with oppression, cough, dyspnea, forcing patient to sit up (endocarditis).
Sprains; joints easily dislocated.
Pains in various joints and muscles, amel. by moving.
Swelling of bones; necrosis (lower jaw).
Exostoses, especially of skull; tearing, boring pains; agg. at night.
Hip joint diseased; oozing a watery pus.
Erectile tumors.
Polypus: of nose or ears.
Hard swellings here and there on body.
Scrofulous, glandular swellings.
Glands enlarged, especially after contusions; glandular affections in weak cachectic individuals suffering from diarrhea and colliquative sweats.
Lymphatic abscesses, full of fistulae; callous feeling; hectic fever; pus copious and yellow.
Wounds which appear to have healed break out again and bleed.
Scirrhous tumors.
Open cancers and polypi bleed profusely on slight provocation.
Lipoma: encephaloma; colloid cancer.
Cancer: medullary; fungus haematodes; of stomach with coffee-ground vomit.
Syphilis: falling out of hair, leaving exposed ulcers on scalp, implicating cranial bones; syphilitic psoriasis on palms and soles; syphilitic roseola; squamous eruptions; mercurio-syphilitic ulcers on prepuce; bone pains and exostoses.


Touch: on swollen parts of head causes excruciating pain; nodes under scalp painful; sore pain in both nostrils; swelling of nose; darting in face; pimples on face cause excruciating pain; tumor breaks into fissures; tumor swelled up; stomach painful; abdomen very sensitive; agg. boring pain in navel; supersensitive; left breast extremely sensitive; excruciating pains in chest; larynx sensitive; left subclavicular space sore; spine very sensitive; swelling on thigh sensitive; periosteum of tibiae sore; some lumbar vertebrae sensitive.
Pressure: amel. feeling of something before ears; periosteum of tooth tender; epigastrium painful; region of pylorus sensitive; cannot tolerate least, gastritis; on abdomen agg. suffocative feeling; external amel. pain in chest; with both hands on epigastrium amel. sticking pains; intercostal spaces, acute pain in chest agg.; pain in chest when coughing amel.; dorsal vertebrae between scapulae sensitive; muscles between processes and left scapula sensitive; morbid sensitiveness of arm; region of stomach sensitive.
Rubbing: feeling of sand in eye amel.; burning in spot in back amel.
Friction: amel. paralysis.
Scratching: itching of scalp agg.; causes red streaks.
Contusions: glands enlarged.

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Anesthesia of skin.
Formication and itching in paralyzed parts.
General itching over whole body.
Burning in skin, or burning, itching and stinging; restless, compelling change of position.
Remarkable paleness of skin and mucous membrane.
Yellow spots on chest and abdomen.
Brown irregular spots on body, small or extending over a large surface, generally on throat, chest, back or inner side of arms, rarely on abdomen or legs; they are not beneath epidermis, as are true liver spots, but affect epidermis itself; they are but slightly raised, are dull in appearance, feel slightly rough to touch, and when finger is passed slowly over them innumerable small wrinkles are formed; at times itching, particularly at night and from heat; if patient becomes heated redness of skin appears through them and they lose the brown appearance; at times they are slightly scurfy; appear and disappear very slowly.
Ptyriasis: brown, bluish-red or yellow blotches on abdomen and chest.
Reddish-brown spots on skin.
Brownish and bluish-red blotchlike spots.
Hepatic spots; freckles.
Jaundice: with anemia, brain disease during pregnancy, or malignant disease of liver.
Red sanguinous spots; petechia; purpura; ecchymosis.
Red streaks after scratching.
Hard blotches here and there.
Distended veins; hemorrhages.
Dry, scaly skin; desquamation; dry, furfuraceous herpes.
Round herpetic spots all over.
Eruptions dry, even if pustular, sometimes burning and itching.
Impetigo sparsa, affecting right leg; epidermis, particularly of legs, dry and frail, could be scraped off in scales.
Psoriasis on knees, elbows, legs and eyebrows.
Small vesicular eczema in neighborhood of joints, which itched, dried up rapidly and frequently recurred.
Eczema erythematosum on forehead, following confusion of head.
Eczema of twelve years standing.
Pemphigus: painful hard blisters, full to bursting, not itching.
Urticaria, hands, arms and body covered with itching blotches.
Pimples on face, in bend of elbow and in axillae.
Small boils on nape of neck, chest and thighs.
Furunculosis; tendency to formation of boils; prevents formation of styes; small purulent collections around ulcer; ulcer after boils on other parts of body.
Sore, excoriated spots on skin; rhagades.
Phlegmonous inflammations; chronic suppurating openings with hectic ulcers; often with caries, painless, or with a “festering” sensation; bleeding.
Fistulous ulcers with callous edges; gnawing pain; hectic fever; pus fetid and badly colored, scanty, and again is easily secreted.
Large ulcer surrounded by smaller ones, some healing, some healed, with accompanying eczema.
Fistulous ulcers with high edges, from exuberant granulations; purulent discharge, thin and ichorous; erysipelatous blush, often radiating around ulcer; burning, stinging pains; hectic fever, with night sweat, diarrhea and anxiety towards evening.
Obstinate ulcer about nail that would not heal.
Ulcers bleed on appearance of menses.
Fistulae in glands and about joints.
Black blood oozes from an old cicatrix.
Open cancers and polypi bleed readily; fungus haematodes.
Chilblains; corns.
Leprosy, later stages; brown spots on an even base; tubercles on trunk and buttocks; thick patches on face and arms; discolored borders around white spots; tension in fingers and dullness towards the ends.
Scarlatina: with suddenly repelled rash; chest affected; typhoid symptoms, restless yet apathetic; threatened cerebral or pulmonary paralysis; rattling in chest, with sweat on face; sopor with dry tongue, loss of speech and hearing; difficult deglutition; urine involuntary; mouth open; burning in various parts compels change of position; parotids inflamed and swollen; slight fluctuation at several points; submaxillary gland involved; on third day ominous, coryza, on fourth day throat swollen and congestion to head, difficult breathing, continuance of copious coryza, alarming weakness and increasing frequency of pulse, during night hands very cold and bluish; oversensitiveness of all the senses, and yet an apathetic quietness and “don't care” disposition.
Measles: slow and scanty development of eruption; on third day it looked pale and as if about to disappear; violent and very exhausting cough; dry cough, with desire to vomit or vomiting; typhoid symptoms, with loss of consciousness; watery diarrhea; tongue coated with dirty, thick mucus; black lips; debility; typhoid bronchitis; loud rattling in chest when breathing and coughing, and particularly during sleep; pneumonia.
Variola with blood in pustules; hemorrhagic diathesis.
Repercussion of eruptions.


Tall, slender persons of sanguine temperament, fair skin, blonde or red hair, quick, lively perceptions and sensitive nature.
Young people, who grow too rapidly, are inclined to stoop; chlorosis; anemia.
Tall, slender, phthisical patients; delicate eyelashes, soft hair.
Tall, slender (slim) women; disposed to stoop.
Nervous, weak; desires to be magnetized.
Hemorrhagic diathesis; slight wounds bleed profusely.
Child overtall, slender, emaciated, but big-bellied.
Girl, aet. 3 months; nephritis.
Boy, aet. 16 months, one month ago vaccinated, since then ill; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 26 months, bronchitis.
Child, aet. 2; previously had pneumonia, followed by cerebro-spinal meningitis; amaurosis.
Child, aet. 2; obstinate vomiting.
Boy, aet. 2, suffering two weeks; diarrhea.
Child, aet. 2, weak, pale, suffering from worms; croup.
Boy, aet. 3; tubular pneumonia.
Girl, aet. 3, weak; measles.
Boy, aet. 3; scarlatina.
Girl, aet. 8; healthy, well nourished; purpura haemorrhagica.
Boy, aet. 9, never could distinguish anything but near objects; amaurosis.
Boy, aet. 9; palpitation of heart.
Girl, aet. 10; erysipelas of face.
Girl, aet. 10; slight build, brown hair, scrofulous, during second week of scarlet fever; swelling of parotids.
Healthy boy, aet. 10, of poor family, after a great fright, twenty-three months previously; involuntary stool and urination.
Boy, aet. 10, scrofulous; asthma.
Girl, aet. 10; pneumonia.
Boy, aet. 4; paralysis of rectum.
Girl, aet. 5; otorrhea.
Girl, aet. 5; croup.
Child, aet. 6; coxalgia.
Boy, aet. 6, weak, frequently dark red spots suddenly appear upon body; fungus haematodes.
Boy, aet. 7, troubled with worms; croup.
Girl, aet. 7, perfectly healthy, never sick since born; purpura hemorrhagica.
Boy, aet. 8, suffering five years; involuntary stool and urination.
Boy, aet. 10, strong, well nourished; purpura haemorrhagica.
Girl, aet. 11, weak, scrofulous; typhoid fever.
Boy, aet. 12, good constitution, complaining for some time; spinal affection.
Girl, aet. 13; alopecia.
Girl, aet. 13, two of her family had died of consumption; pulmonary tuberculosis.
Boy, aet. 14, three years ago suffered from itch, which was suppressed, since then cough and digestive disturbance; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 14, after having received severe nervous shock by burning of house in which he lived; convulsions.
Boy, aet. 15, suffering eighteen months; tonsillitis.
Girl, aet. 16, sanguine temperament, gracile build, menses have but recently appeared yet are profuse; cardialgia.
Boy, aet. 16, gross, suffering eight days; diarrhea.
Girl, aet. 16; anemia.
Miner, aet. 17, slight, dark, scrofulous history; incipient tuberculosis.
Girl, aet. 18, light complexion, blue eyes, hectic flush, father and several members of family died of consumption, suffering six months; cough.
Man, aet. 18, formerly robust, caught cold after dancing, two months ago; consumption.
Student, aet. 18, after suppression of itch by cold bath; coxalgia.
Miss —, aet. 18, gracile build, weak chest, transparent complexion, prominent forehead; growth on thumb with hemorrhage.
Girl, aet. 18, ill more than a year; about a year ago noticed purple spots, about size of shilling, on legs, and felt very weak; next mensesl discharge scanty, pale, lasting but a few hours, after which she continued weak, lost her appetite, had headache and palpitation of heart; as a child suffered from violent attacks of epistaxis, frequent lienteric diarrhea, profuse flow of urine for several days together; from twelve to fifteen growth was very rapid, causing weakness and fainting; pseudo-hypertrophic paralysis.
Miss N., aet. 19, paralyzed in infancy, from which she partially recovered; arm normal, but leg small and weak in joints; face flushed, body well nourished, short and stout; has suffered mentally and was placed in asylum many months; came out heart-broken and feeble-minded; mental disturbance.
Young lady, aet. 19, scrofulous diathesis; diarrhea.
Boy, aet. 19, father died of phthisis; pneumonia.
Girl, aet. 19, ill four months; hectic fever.
Miss W., aet. 20; asthenopia.
Woman, aet. 20, married, blue eyes, light hair, small stature, thin, first attack occurred during sixth month of first pregnancy; pains in stomach and head.
Woman, aet. 20, after labor; diarrhea.
Girl, aet. 20, slender build; amenorrhea.
Man, aet. 20, blonde complexion, delicate build, small face, flat chest, formerly had fainting spells, after cold and exposure to rain; haemoptysis.
Girl, aet. 21, short stature; apoplexy.
Man, aet. 21, gracile build; swelling of lower jaw.
Girl, aet. 21; nodosities in breasts.
Girl, aet. 22, suffering two weeks; headache and vertigo.
Lady, aet. 22; pale but healthy complexion, pretty fair constitution, suffering eight years; hemicrania.
Woman, aet. 22, suffering six years; inflammation of nose.
School teacher, aet. 22; sexual debility.
Woman, aet. 22, brunette, nervous disposition, tall, slender, has nursed three children; mastitis.
Woman, aet. 22; chronic cough.
Man, aet. 22; pneumonia.
Young lady, aet. 22, delicate, had severe attack of pleurisy four years ago; about two weeks ago had an attack of bronchitis; double pneumonia.
Woman, aet. 23, graceful build, lively, three months ago delivered of third child, since then suffering; mastitis.
Butcher, aet. 23, scrofulous during childhood, tendency to formation of boils and ulceration of skin; capillary bronchitis.
Girl, aet. 23, well built, not yet menstruated, after dancing, hematemesis.
Girl, aet. 23, well in other respects; psoriasis.
Man, aet. 24, tall, slim, small boned, pale complexion, of reflective disposition, suffering two years from pains in head; four years ago had itch rapidly cured by a grey ointment, since then suffering; glaucoma.
Woman, aet. 24, fine skin, mother of two children, had abscess of breasts while nursing first child; after fright, anger and exposure; mastitis.
Man, aet. 24, tall, strong, florid complexion, subject to congestions of head and chest, had pneumonia and an inflammatory affection of heart, since then suffering; heart disease.
Woman, aet. 25, single, choleric temperament, brunette, twice cured of same affection by blistering, cutaneous irritation; aphonia.
Man, aet. 26, lithographer; vertigo.
Woman, aet. 26, thin, spare, suffering six weeks; facial neuralgia.
Carpenter, aet. 26; hoarseness.
Girl, aet. 28; ulcer of stomach.
Man, aet. 28, narrow-chested, slender, stoop-shouldered, blonde, suffering several weeks; cough.
Woman, aet. 28, after exposure to heat and cold; pneumonia.
Mrs. B., aet. 29, confined ten days, took cold; cough.
Man, aet. 30, dark eyes and hair, suffering many years; headache.
Mrs. M., aet. 30, has a permanent hard protuberance on left side of head, also one on metacarpal bone of left hand and one on right foot; congestion of blood to head.
Man, aet. 30, robust frame, eight years ago got a chill while in army, since then suffering; prosopalgia.
Man, aet. 30, slight build, health at no time very good; cardialgia.
Man, aet. 30, hard drinker; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 30, dark complexion, suffering several weeks; bleeding from rectum.
Man, aet. 30, slight build, brunette, since fourteenth year addicted to sexual excesses, frequently had chancre and gonorrhea; impotence.
Woman, aet. 30, choleric temperament, mother of four children, after catching cold; uterine affection.
Woman, aet. 30, suffering six months; menorrhagia.
Woman, aet. 30; dysmenorrhea.
Woman, aet. 30, servant; fatty degeneration of heart.
Man, aet. 30, for a long time has had pain in arm; rheumatism.
Negro, aet. 31; glaucoma simplex.
Man, aet. 31, well nourished, brunette, eighteen years ago had typhoid fever, since then suffering; dysecoia.
Woman, aet. 31, sanguine, choleric temperament; mastitis.
Woman, aet. 32, mother of seven children, last labor short, but attended by great pain and mental excitement, attacked soon after getting up; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 32, thin, suffering half a year; tapeworm.
Woman, aet. 32, slender, suffering four years; weakness of womb.
Woman, aet. 32, ill three months; disease of sympathetic nervous system.
Man, aet. 32, large, plethoric, light hair and eyes, formerly had scrofulous affection, for which he took blue pill and later corrosive sublimate; fungus haematodes.
Woman, aet. 33; affection of stomach.
Mrs. V., aet. 33, suffering since second week of confinement, three months ago; mammary abscess.
Mrs. S., aet. 35, suffering five years; prosopalgia.
Woman, aet. 35, ill eight years; ulcer of stomach.
Joiner, aet. 35, phthisical, subject to attacks of pneumonia; consumption.
Mrs. —, aet. 35; pain in arm.
Gamekeeper, aet. 36, few months ago received severe chill by falling into water and being compelled to remain some time in his wet clothes; prosopalgia.
Brunette, aet. 36, slender build, irritable, easily angered, menses appeared at nineteen, gave birth to child 14 years ago, menses then disappeared for six years without affecting her health, seven years ago epileptic spasms, after which menses appeared regularly; two years ago menses suppressed by cold bath; this occurred again one month ago; and five days ago, after catching a fresh cold, menses were again suppressed; inflammation of superior vena cava.
Man, aet. 36, medium height, brunette, black hair, well nourished, suffering ten weeks; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 36, good constitution; pneumonia.
Man, aet. 36, hunter, several months ago fell into a stream, since then suffering; rheumatism.
Woman, aet. 36, seized soon after her marriage; paralysis of legs.
Woman, aet. 37, married, eight months previously caught cold, since then suffering; aphonia.
Woman, aet. 38; mastitis.
Man, aet. 39, always weak after mental worry, suffering a year; prosopalgia.
Man, aet. 40, usually in good health; dysecoia.
Woman, aet. 40, suffering several days; cholerine.
Man, aet. 40, suffering eight days; cough.
Woman, aet. 40, slender, weak, has had several attacks of pleurisy; pneumonia.
Man, aet. 40, weak since childhood, married ten years, no children; paresis.
Man, aet. 40, weak, suffering many months; impetigo sparsa.
Man, aet. 41, mother died of haemoptysis, has had previous attacks; haemoptysis.
Man, aet. 42, suffering eighteen days; diarrhea.
Woman, aet. 42; mastitis.
Woman, aet. 43, dark complexion, bilious temperament, accustomed to hard labor, nursing a large baby; suffering two months; diarrhea and vomiting.
Woman, aet. 43, delivered of ten children, suffered for years from periodical headaches; menorrhagia.
Farmer, aet. 44, accustomed to exposure, two years ago had chill, since then suffering; neuralgia.
Man, aet. 44, accustomed to exposure, caught cold two years ago, since then suffering; rheumatism.
Sailor, aet. 44; rheumatism.
Beggar, aet. about 45; tumor on lip.
Miss L. L., aet. about 45, after going into cold wind, six weeks ago; cough.
Mr. Pellman, aet. 46, master tiller, strongly built and of good constitution, subject to rheumatic and gastric disturbances; paralysis.
Man, aet. 48, suffering from hemorrhoids; cardialgia.
Man, aet. 48, suffering eight years; diarrhea.
Lady, aet. 48; condyloma of vagina.
Woman, aet. 49, choleraic-sanguine temperament, was placed in an insane asylum nine years ago, suffering four weeks; mental disturbance.
Man, aet. 49; cough.
Man, aet. 50, suffering several years; prosopalgia.
Man, aet. 50, choleraic temperament, well nourished, a year ago after catching cold was very ill; cardialgia.
Tailor, aet. 50, sharp-featured, emaciated man, on previous day ate blood-pudding and cucumber-salad; cholera.
Man, aet. 50, suffering two months; cough.
Farmer, aet. 50, twenty-three years ago had abscess of lung; affection of chest.
Man, aet. 50, hard worker mentally and physically, after unusual exposure; rheumatic neuralgia.
Man, aet. 51, bilious temperament, ill twenty years, thinks it resulted from a blow upon left side of abdomen; dysentery.
Man, aet. 52, suffering seven years; amaurosis.
Man, aet. 52, teacher; after suppression of eruption of face; ulcer on lower lip.
Man, aet. 52, mason; pneumonia.
Man, aet. 53, well educated, in good circumstances, sanguine, choleraic temperament, rather weak constitution, suffering several years; flatulency and diarrhea.
Woman, aet. 54, had lost three sons, from eighteen to thirty years of age, one after another, with tuberculosis, since that time has suffered from obstinate constipation, several times causing a syphilitic stercoralis; amblyopia.
Woman, aet. 56, suffering since childhood from contracture of joints, and for last twenty-eight years from intermittent fever, for which much quinine was given; dysecoia.
Carpenter, aet. 58, German, when young had gonorrhea, lasting some years, followed by seminal weakness, later in life tuberculosis, of which he seemed cured after a critical diarrhea; hydrocele.
Master carpenter, aet. 59, suffering one year; paralytic rheumatism.
Mrs. A., aet. about 60, bilio-sanguinous temperament, strong constitution, lively and passionate, suffering several years; gastric neurosis.
Man, aet. 60, hearty, strong, muscular, short stature, formerly healthy and leading a healthy life; cancer of stomach.
Man, aet. 60, cabinet maker, ill six months; diarrhea.
Woman, aet. 60, eight years ago had pneumonia, later suffered from a catarrhal affection of lungs which grew agg. after an attack of gastric fever; phthisis.
Farmer, aet. 60, nervous temperament, six feet tall, slender and having a decided stoop, health poor for many years, four months previously had severe attack of what was pronounced by an allopath neuralgia of heart, pain being entirely controlled by injections of Morphine, has not recovered from this attack entirely since; affection of heart.
Man, aet. 62, formerly had gout, apparently in articulo mortis; cerebral edema.
Man, aet. 62; morbus Brightii.
Clergyman, aet. 63; chronic jaundice.
Woman, aet. 63, suffering four years; pain during stool.
Woman, aet. 64, suffering one year; cardialgia.
Lady, aet. about 70; noises in head.
Woman, near 70, no history of syphilis; inflammation and ulceration of soft palate.
Old gentleman, aet. 70; threatened heart failure.
Man, aet. 71; typhoid fever.
Woman, aet. 74, suffering ten years; prosopalgia.
Woman, aet. 75, weakened by previous venesection; apoplexy.
Young woman; crazy deliria.
Middle-aged woman, suffering one year; exostoses on skull.
Young lady, tall, slim; stricture of esophagus.
Mrs. —, suffering two months; flatulency.
Lady, suffering over a year; cardialgia.
Man, very stout, plethoric, worker in a brewery, suffering three months; hepatic congestion.
Woman, slender, irritable, married two years; dysmenorrhea.
Man, suffering eighteen years; cough.
Man, powerful, after suffering from cold a week or ten days; pain in chest.
Infant at breast, after being exposed to rain; pneumonia.
Man, suffering for years; neuralgia of chest walls.
Young woman, gracile build, suffering several years, lately took large doses of nitrate of silver; nervous debility.
Woman, suffering seven years; spasmodic irritation of vagus.
Negro, two-and-a-half years ago had a bleeding tumor on knee, which was excised, after which he slowly recovered; fungus haematodes.
Soldier, had been exposed during the war to several drenching rains; paralytic rheumatism.


Antidoted by: Nux vom., Coffea, Terebinth.
It antidotes: Terebinth., Rhus ven.; removes ill effects of camphor, iodine and excessive use of table salt.
Compatible: Arsen., Bellad., Bryon., Calc. os., Carbo veg., Cinchon., Kali carb., Lycop., Nux vom., Pulsat., Rhus tox., Sepia, Silica, Sulphur.
Incompatible: Caustic.
Complementary: Arsen., Cepa.
Compare: Acalypha in pulmonary hemorrhage.


Source: The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 08, 1889
Description: Clinical materia medica of Phosphorus
Remedies: Phosphorus
Author: Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.
Year: 1889
Editing: errors only; interlinks; formatting
Attribution: Legatum Homeopathicum
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