Is almost specific. Especially where the mouth is foul, and there is a vile taste.
Mouth not foul, disease left side: may cross to right.
Face and throat look cyanotic. Choking.
Great sensitiveness throat; patient cannot stand touch of clothing.
Aggravation from heat: after sleep. The longer the sleep, the worse on waking.
Mentals: loquacity and suspicion.
Mouth not foul: disease right side, may go to left.
Warm drinks more easily swallowed: (rev. of Lachesis) but reverse sometimes the case.
Nostrils flap; frowning forehead.
Membrane grey or white, (?) starts on uvula.
May spread from right tonsil to left (Lycopodium). But, unlike Lycopodium, worse from heat.
Fauces dark red: complains of lump or red-hot ball stuck in throat.
Pain goes to ear in swallowing.
Nervous, imaginative, highly sensitive.
Skin hypersensitive (Lachesis) Membrane pearly. Milky coating on tongue.
Characteristic feature is alternation of sides: jumps from side to side, and back.
Membrane dry, shriveled: with anxiety, restlessness and prostration.
Worse 1 a.m.: 1-2 a.m.
Thirst for frequent sips of cold water.
Malignant from onset. Painless.
Dark-red swelling tonsils and throat.
Breath and discharge very offensive.
Temp. low, or subnormal.
Prostration and collapse from the start.
Patient, from the first, seems doomed.