Porcelain or China Clay. Alumina Silicata.
– Croup, Searle, Elliott, A. H. O., vol. 8, p. 128 ; Lilienthal, Raue’s Rec., 1871, p. 80 ; Searle, Elliott, Parker, Raue’s Rec., 1872, p. 106 ; Landesmann, Raue’s Rec., 1870, p. 171 ; Boyce, Times Retros., vol. 3, p. 29.
SMELL AND NOSE.
Nostrils feel sore ; scabs form in nose ; scanty and blood streaked secretion.
PALATE AND THROAT.
Membrane covering both sides of throat. θ Diphtheria.
Fever, headache in forehead, with flushed face and sore throat ; right tonsil and arch of velum covered with heavy, yellowish white membrane ; breath fetid ; great prostration. θ Diphtheria. (In alternation with Bellad.).
VOICE AND LARYNX, TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA.
Husky voice, metallic, rasping breathing and suffocative cough.
Croupous inflammation in lower part of larynx or in upper part of trachea.
Awoke from sleep with croupy cough ; voice husky, later sunk to whisper ; sawing sound during both expiration and inspiration ; high fever. θ Croup.
Voice a little husky ; during night very feverish ; next day skin felt dry ; wanted to be carried about ; appetite diminished ; very little cough ; on auscultation, metallic, rasping sound increasing toward evening ; suffocating spells. θ Croup.
Croup, with labored, sawing respiration, after failure of Aconite, Hepar, Spongia, Bromium, Phosphor, and Iodium.
Croup, after failure of Spongia.
Towards evening : metallic, rasping sound increased.
Night : very feverish.
LOCALITY AND DIRECTION.
Right : tonsil and arch of velum covered with heavy, yellowish white membrane.
Pain : in forehead.
Soreness : of nostrils ; of throat.
Dryness : of skin.
STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION.
Boy, at. 16 months, strong and healthy parentage ; croup.
Child, at. 4 ; diphtheria.
Boy, at. 4 ; croup.
Girl, at. 4 ; croup.
Boy, at. 5 ; croup.
Young woman, subject to repeated attacks ; diphtheria.
PLAIN TEXT : LOWEST & DESIGNATES AN OCCASIONALLY CONFIRMED SYMPTOMS;
Plain blue: MORE FREQUENTLY CONFIRMED;
BOLD BLUE : SYMPTOMS VERIFIED BY CURES;
BOLD RED : REPEATEDLY VERIFIED;
$BOLD ITALIC RED$ : AN APPROVED CHARACTERISTIC;
θ : STANDS BETWEEN CURED SYMPTOM & PATHOLOGICAL CONDITION;
** : OBSERVED FROM OLD SCHOOL OR NEW SCHOOL;
toxic : Toxicology;
r : Right;
l : Left;
< : Increased or aggravation;
> : Decrease or amelioration;
^^ : Symptoms observed only on the sick “