Antimonious Chloride. Sb Cl3.
The old and famous butter of antimony. Not proved. Poisoning symptoms collected by Cattell. Given in cancer.
Stupor, but from which he could be aroused by questions.
Stupor and cold feet.
SIGHT AND EYES.
Pupils dilated and inactive.
Eyes sunken, lustreless.
Features set, pale and collapsed.
Stupor, face pale, collapsed.
Cancer of lower lip.
TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE.
Unable to speak for some minutes.
Tongue dry in centre.
Mouth full of thick, tenacious, transparent mucus.
PALATE AND THROAT.
Great pain in his throat.
Severe pain in throat and fauces.
Sense of burning in throat.
Heat and uneasiness in mouth and throat, with pain on swallowing.
Severe burning pain in throat, increased by deglutition.
Bright scarlet patches in throat, with difficulty in swallowing.
Numerous abrasions on mucous membranes of mouth and fauces, with slight fever.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING.
Nausea and vomiting.
Vomiting for two hours, followed by prostration.
SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH.
Burning pain in epigastrium, and tumefaction of abdomen.
Severe burning pain in stomach.
ABDOMEN AND LOINS.
Tenderness of abdomen to touch, with sensation of burning.
Excruciating griping pains in abdomen.
STOOLS AND RECTUM.
Frequent abortive efforts to defecate, with cold skin.
Respiration very slightly apparent ; heavy.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION.
Pulse 80, small.
Pulse small, accelerated, very feeble or hard.
Pulse rises to 120, with sleepiness.
Great or complete prostration of strength.
Faintness, general weakness.
Cold skin. See abdomen.
Surface of body cold and clammy.
Excruciating griping pains : in abdomen.
Great pain : in his throat.
Burning : in throat ; in epigastrium ; in stomach.
From mouth to jejunum, black.
Mucous membranes destroyed, and submucous tissue and peritoneum covered with flocculent matter easily scraped off ; they are soft and readily torn.
Skin cold and mouth full of mucus.
Skin cold and clammy.
Similar to other salts of antimony, and to the acids (typhus), also to Arsen., and Carbo veg. (in prostration, stomach and abdominal symptoms) ; Conium (cancer on lower lip and ineffectual urging for stool).
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 “