Catarrh: sharp fever: before rash diagnoses.
High fever: red conjunctivae: dry cough.
Itching, burning skin: rough miliary rash.
Restless: frightened: worse at night.
Chills and heats chase one another.
Sneezing: sore throat. Excoriating discharge nostrils. (Euphrasia bland, with acrid discharge from eyes.)
Severe heavy headache: occipital pain.
Thirstless: drowsy: stupid.
Lids heavy: face dark-red, besotted (Baptisia).
Cases with great catarrhal intensity.
Acrid, watery lachrymation, with streaming bland discharge from nose. (rev. Allium cepa.)
Catarrhal symptoms: profuse lachrymation.
Dry mouth, but seldom thirst.
(Aconite and Pulsatilla have an old reputation or measles, but, “If much fever, Pulsatilla will not be the remedy.”)
“Like Pulsatilla, only worse.”
Follows Pulsatilla in more severe cases.
Purulent discharge, eyes and ears.
Possibly pustules on cornea.
Salivary glands swollen: catarrhal deafness.
“Purplish measles may need Sulphur.” Modifies case if skin dusky, and rash not out.
Slow convalescence, patient weak and prostrate.
Cases that stimulate scarlet fever. Red: burning heat: big pupils.
Rash to appear: dry, painful cough.
Or rash disappears: child drowsy, pale, twitching face, chewing motions.
Mild delirium, “Wants to go home!” at home.
Bronchitis or pneumonias with Bryonia symptoms.