Bright-red, hot face. Glossy, scarlet skin:intense heat: “burns the hand.”
Eyes red, injected: pupils later very dilated.
Lips, mouth, throat, red, dry, burning.
Jerking, twitching: possibly wild delirium.
(Apis is better cool, uncovered: Belladonna better warm. Bell has more thirst than Apis.)
“Where Belladonna has been used for prophylaxis, or cure, cases abort, or run a mild course; leave no sequelae; are not infectious.”
Rough rash, or rash does not come out. Throat oedematous, with stinging pain.
Convulsions, when rash fails to appear.
Worse heat: covering: warm room. (Bell needs heat.)
“Malignant scarlet fever.”
Rash plentiful, bluish: or slow to appear: patchy, and livid.
Throat livid, swollen: deep ulcers (tonsils).
Pupils widely dilated. (Belladonna)
Semi-conscious; restless; muttering.
Tongue, dry, parched, cracked.
Sore, foul mouth- throat-tonsils.
Perspiration which aggravates the symptoms.
Acute diseases take on typhoid form.
“Rhus supplants Belladonna if child gets drowsy and restless.”
Tongue red, or (characteristic) red tip.
Malignant (Ail.). Somnolent: red rash: putrid throat; patchy surface.
Blood-poisoning: great dyspnoea.
Face dusky and puffy.
Advanced-malignant-with purple face.
Worse for heat. Bursting, hammering (head).
Throat worse left side: may extend to right.
Nothing must touch throat.
Loquacious delirium: sleeps into aggravation.