291. Articular rheumatism; shifting from one point to another; great sensitiveness to touch; worse from motion; teasing pains, always worse at night.
292. Metastasis of gout or rheumatism to internal organs especially the heart, with severe cardiac pains; weaker heart action; thread-like, scarcely perceptible pulse; great oppression and dyspnoea.
293. Dysentery, especially in gouty or rheumatic subjects, with stools of gelatinous or membranous mucus, or containing white, shreddy particles.
294. Gastric disturbances, especially gastralgia, associated with gout or rheumatism or following suppressed gout; always nausea with disgust for food, the smell of food being especially repugnant.
295. External impressions, such as bright light, strong colours, contract, misdeeds of others make him quite beside himself.