It has a prominent place in convulsive diseases of childhood and girls at puberty. The patient is irritable and excitable before the attack of epilepsy. Epilepsy; without aura; after fright or grief; after a blow on the head; with menstrual disturbances. Attacks are accompanied or followed by profuse offensive sweat of garlicky odour; and seminal emissions. Somnambulism. Gets up at night and works, but remembers nothing in the morning. Chorea, with inability to swallow. Right side convulsed, left paralyzed. Coloured light produces dizziness. Petit mal. Walks in the street, suddenly stops, stares into space, often mumbles a few words, becomes normal and remembers nothing. Inclination to steal.