The White Oxide of Metallic Arsenic. As2 O3.
One of the oldest of Hahnemann’s provings, but not published in the Fragmenta, nor in the first volume of his Materia Medica. The reasons for this omission he gives in 1816, in the second volume. The ignorant, maltreated, easily frightened people, seeing the great effects of small doses, cried him out a “poison doctor.” The first edition of Arsenicum contained 294 of his own, and 368 from other sources ; some from his disciples, Stapf and Hornburg ; the rest quotations from various authors, on which, however, he never placed much value. In 1824, in the second edition of his Materia Medica, his own symptoms had increased to 431, and the symptoms of others to 516 ; Stapf, 23, Hornburg, 15 ; Langhammer (one of the best provings we have of this remedy), 58 ; Frederic Hahnemann, 13 ; Baehr, 11 ; Meyer, 6 ; the rest are quotations from the Old School ; total, 947.
In 1833, in the third edition of his Materia Medica, we have a much improved edition, although containing some symptoms from Fowler’s solution, in all, comprising 1068 symptoms.
In 1839, as an appendix to the second edition of his Chronic Diseases, Hahnemann gives us a fourth and last revision, with many more internal improvements and abridgements, including a proving by Nenning ; in all, 1231 symptoms. The administration of Arsenicum is more often disappointing than that of any other drug, the cause of which lies in the too numerous collections of poisonings, and the lack of symptoms produced by higher potencies. This view is corroborated by the collection of the Sulphur symptoms where the relation is the reverse.
Loss of consciousness. θ Vertigo. θ Typhus. θ Heart
disease. θ Yellow fever.
Loss of consciousness, and falling before epileptic attack.
She lay upon bed in a state of unconsciousness, muttering, eyes fixed, cold sweat on forehead, trembling all over, pulse small, hard, and very rapid.
Stupor, broken by anxious moaning. θ Child with gastritis mucosa.
Loss of memory. θ Yellow fever.
Thoughts crowd upon him ; he is too weak to keep them off or to hold on to one idea.
When alone, he falls to thinking about disease and other things, which he can scarcely keep out of his mind.
Gloomy forebodings while lying in bed, in evening, fears something may have happened to his relatives.
Thoughts of death and the incurability of his complaint. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Fixed idea that he and his family will die of starvation.
Dulness and weakness in head, cannot think, and is irritable ; as if he had a bad cold, or had lost sleep.
Mental derangements with satiety of life in drunkards.
Stupidity, with loss of hearing, and almost total blindness.
Thinks he must die. θ Megrim.
Tormenting hallucination, as if there was one by his side who did all that he was doing, eating, washing, etc. θ Diabetes mellitus.
He sees all kinds of vermin on his bed, throws handfuls of them away, and tries to escape from them.
He imagines that he sees burglars in his room, and listens under the bed ; he is bathed in cold sweat.
Periodically returning fancies.
Talks wildly, with open eyes, and is not conscious of being flighty.
Delirium. θ Yellow fever. θ Typhus.
In her delirium she thinks she is well ; girl, at. 7.
Delirium, with great prostration.
Delirium during heat, unconsciousness, mania, wants to be held ; with a tearing headache. θ Intermittent.
Mania ; headache ; terrible anxiety, noise in his ears as of many bells ; sees a man who has hanged himself beckoning him to cut him loose, on failing to accomplish this, he attempts to hang himself ; being prevented he falls into despair, and becomes so
restless he can scarcely be kept in bed, loses speech, with full consciousness, tries to write, but can make only unintelligible characters ; he trembles, weeps, his forehead is covered with anxious sweat, finally kneels down and lifts his hands in supplication.
Rage ; had to be chained.
Her desires are greater than her need ; she eats and drinks more than is good for her, and walks farther than she ought to do.
A barber felt an inclination to cut his customers’ throats.
Talking and quarrelling in sleep.
Great loquacity while awake and asleep.
^^ If people came to see him, he did all the talking. θ Cancerous inoculation.
He wept and whined, but spoke little.
Hysterical crying, instead of fear.
Whimpering and gnashing teeth.
Loud moaning, groaning, and weeping. θ During catamenia.
Pitiful complaining, great anxiety and restlessness, with disagreeable sensation in abdomen, and dyspnoea.
Piercing, pitiful moaning, interrupted by fainting spells.
Lamentations, despair of life. θ Colic.
Screaming with pains. θ Headache.
Loud screaming ; says it is something within him that screams.
Picking of bedclothes. θ Typhus.
Fear drives him out of bed ; he hides in a closet.
Runs about house at night looking for thieves.
Hasty in all its motions ; grasps tumbler or anything it wants eagerly. θ Eclampsia.
Says little, but complains of fear.
Aversion to all occupation.
Placid mood ; remained the same no matter what happened.
Averse to meeting acquaintances, because he imagines he has formerly offended them, though knows not how.
Tranquillity of soul. θ In a man afflicted with melancholy.
At first great tranquillity and cheerfulness, followed in half an hour by terrible restlessness and anxiety , (toxic).
Inclined to cheerfulness and activity.
Feels uncomfortable and takes pleasure in nothing.
Hypersensitive, delicate mood ; sad and given to weeping ; the least thing troubles her.
Her mind is depressed, sad. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Sad and gloomy, with restless tossing.
Melancholy, sadness after dinner. θ Headache.
Melancholy after mental overexertion.
Melancholy ; after financial losses ; cannot be consoled ; thinks he will have to die, with his family, from starvation ; sleepless nights ; walks about wringing his hands, with moaning and groaning.
Deep-seated melancholic affection ; ceased after tetter-like ulcers appeared on lower limbs.
Periodical attacks of melancholy only at twilight ; sometimes at night ; woman at. 65.
Religious melancholy ; hopelessness, despair.
Fear of being left alone. θ After vexation. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
Dread of death when alone, or on going to bed.
Fear of death. θ After vexation. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Anxiety and restlessness, < after midnight.
Hypochondriacal anxiety, which seems to originate in upper part of chest ; restlessness, no palpitation.
Anxiety and impatience.
Excessive anxiety. θ Headache. θ Hematemesis. θ Colic.
θ Intussusception. θ dema pulmonum. θ Hydrothorax.
θ Measles, etc.
Attacks of anxiety at night driving out of bed. θ Mania.
Great anxiety, must jump out of bed. θ Ascites.
Frequent attacks of anxiety, < at night ; fears death. θ Influenza. θ Diarrhoea.
Anxiety and restlessness. θ Chill of intermittent. θ Hepatitis.
Anxiety and restlessness with pains ; fainting from pain. θ Gastralgia.
Great anguish, tossing about. θ Colic. θ Pneumonia. θ Emphysema.
Precordial anxiety, feels constricted.
Anxiety like that of one who has committed murder ; driven from place to place ; avoids meeting persons, thinking that he has offended them. θ Mania.
Terrible anxiety, flushing up ; restless glance, no rest by day or night ; inclination to commit suicide. θ Mania.
Great fear, restlessness, trembling, cold sweat, prostration.
Great anxiety, with constriction of chest and dyspnoea.
Great anguish and restlessness. θ Stricture of oesophagus. θ Gastralgia. θ Hematemesis.
Indescribable anguish, restlessness. θ Metritis. θ Pericarditis.
θ Cholera Asiatica.
Anxiety, with nausea and gnawing in scrobiculum. θ Chill.
Great despondency. θ Scurvy.
The pains seem intolerable, drive one to despair and frenzy. θ Headache.
Great indifference. θ Yellow fever. θ Typhus.
Apathy ; if roused by loud calling, they open eyes with difficulty and stare at you. θ Typhus.
Cheerfulness, alternating with ill humor.
Indecision ; the merest trifle alters his resolve.
Irritable, despondent and anxious ; cardiac anxiety, with insupportable pain. θ Intermittent.
Irritable mood, alternating with despondency. θ Icterus.
Disposed to discuss the faults of others.
Disposed to quarrel. θ Hemorrhoids.
Very cross and despondent. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh.
Dissatisfied and angry with himself all day ; thinks he has not accomplished enough, and reproaches himself bitterly.
The child is irritable, whining and restless ; wants to be carried.
Irritability, with dull, confused feeling in head.
Irritability, with flushes of heat and chilliness when talking or moving.
Irritable, discouraged, restless ; vexed about trifles.
Vexed and dissatisfied with everything ; the least noise or light annoys her, she is so sensitive to external impressions.
The least thing offends him, and moves him to anger.
Vexation, with anxiety, restlessness and chilliness.
She became furious when something to eat was offered her while complaining of loss of appetite.
Obstinacy, avarice, inclined to malice and satire.
Restlessness, cannot rest anywhere, moves from place to place ; wants to go from one bed to another.
Inward restlessness, with dulness in head and stupor ; with aphasia ; with backache.
Restlessness and moaning, with sleeplessness ; anxious restlessness, with weak, irregular pulse, limbs cold on surface ; inward heat.
Great restlessness, alternating with drowsiness.
Anxious restlessness and nausea.
After a fit of passion. θ Nosebleed, asthma, cough.
After great care and grief. θ Colic in pregnancy.
The pains are aggravated by other peoples’ talking.
As a consequence of fright, inclination to commit suicide.
Great weight in head, most in forehead.
Heaviness in head, with humming in ears ; goes off in open air, but returns on entering room.
Whirling vertigo, heaviness of head. θ Dropsy.
Vertigo and buzzing before ears. θ Bright’s disease.
Vertigo : when shutting eyes, as if he would fall ; when walking over an open space ; preceding an attack of epilepsy ; before chill in intermittent.
Vertigo, reels when walking. θ Headache.
Sensation as if brain moved and beat against skull, during motion.
Roaring in head. θ Hematemesis.
Head feels confused whenever it is moved. θ Paraplegia.
Confused and stunned, after epileptic attack.
Great confusion of head.
Weakness of head, also from pain, with qualmishness and weak feeling in pit of stomach.
Sense of unusual lightness.
Heaviness in forehead.
Severe exhausting pain over left eye ; > from warm applications, or wrapping head up warm.
Intense frontal headache, with vertigo.
Drawing pressive pain in right side of forehead.
Throbbing frontal headache over root of nose. θ Ozana.
Pain as if bruised or sore, over nose and in forehead, rubbing relieves temporarily.
Throbbing in forehead, with nausea.
Intermitting, tearing, burning, boring pain in right supraorbital region, extending over eye and into upper teeth, not allowing a moment’s rest ; > by walking about.
Periodical headache, above left eyebrow and temple, lasting twelve hours, followed by vomiting of a yellow, bitter or tenacious mass.
Tensive, pressing pain spreading from forehead and temples to occiput and nape of neck ; comes in violent attacks, as if head would burst.
Violent periodical headache, boring in a small spot in temple.
Hemicrania : reels like a hot wire thrust through ramifications of fifth pair of nerves ; must move head and feet ; alternating with colic or liver complaint.
Periodical semilateral throbbing, with nausea, buzzing in ears and vomiting ; < after eating, morning, evening, or nights in bed, with weeping and moaning ; sometimes it becomes maddening.
Beating or pressing as from a load on brain ; < rising up in bed, from motion ; > temporarily by cold washing ; improved by walking in open air.
Dizzy headache on top of head.
The pain in head and face is especially severe on left side ; cannot lean or rest on that side ; vomits bile ; stomach remains irritable.
Headache in occiput.
Pressive pain in occiput, between epileptic attacks.
Violent pressing headache ; stretching ; cold sensation in back ; great weariness, after an hour’s heat, with restlessness and anxiousness. θ Intermittent.
Pressure in forehead during chill. θ Intermittent.
Occipital headache, of a pricking character. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Dull, heavy, or throbbing pain in head. θ Yellow fever.
Tearing in brain, as if torn to pieces.
Neuralgia in brain, as if cats were tearing it to pieces. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Sensation of wabbling or swashing in brain.
Internal headache ; < from light and noise.
Neuralgic headache, with restlessness ; has to move head, even feet up or down to get relief.
Periodical headache, cannot move or fix his attention.
Stunning headache, periodical, because incapable of all movement or attention to any subject ; could only rest his head on a table, and bear it the best he could.
Constant severe headache, with vomiting, when raising head.
When moving head while walking, brain seems to strike skull.
Heat or stitches in head when coughing.
Heaviness of head is relieved by going into open air.
Megrim, with deep-seated biliary derangements ; vertigo, nausea, retching, and vomiting of bile.
Headache, with irritation of ovaries and uterus.
Paroxysm of excessively painful hemicrania, with great weakness and ice-cold feeling in scalp, followed by itching.
Periodical headache, begins at 7 A. M., reaches its climax at 11, and begins to decrease at 2 P. M., followed by extreme prostration.
Headache before chill. θ Intermittent.
Towards end of chill, stinging, pressing and drawing in forehead, extending to eyes ; < by opening eyes and motion. θ Intermittent.
Headache during heat, burning, pressing outward tearing, throbbing, stinging in forehead. θ Intermittent.
Headache after fever, pain in sacrum during.
Rarely apoplexy ; sometimes apoplexia serosa.
Chronic hydrocephalus, with great emaciation, shrivelled skin ; nightly restlessness and dyspepsia.
He walked with head thrown back. θ Suppressed catarrh.
Great sensitiveness of head to open air ; wraps head up warmly.
Can scarcely bear hair to be touched, scalp so sensitive.
Hot head, sensitive hair, cannot bear having it touched. θ Headache. θ Suppressed catarrh. θ Horizontal half-sight.
Head and face swollen like whole body. θ Anasarca.
dema of head, face, eyes, neck and chest, having a natural color.
Hard swelling on frontal eminence, resembling a nut ; worse in evening.
Erysipelatous burning and swelling of head, with great weakness and coldness ; < at night.
Head sensitive to air. θ Hemicrania.
Worse from uncovering head ; > from wrapping it up warmly.
Burning itching on head, in evening, when undressing and growing cold.
Chronic eczema of face and scalp, spreading from ear, with a fine vesicle drying down into bran-like scales.
Scalp covered with dry scales, scabs, or crusts ; sometimes extending down to forehead, ears or neck.
Head sore, with an itching, moist eruption, which forms a dry scurf. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Scabs on hairy scalp.
Chronic eruptions, with pustules and vesicles filled with pus. θ Tinea.
Burning, biting boils or pustules on scalp, sensitive to touch and cold.
Losing hair on front part of head.
Falling out of hair ; also in circular patches, which become rough and dirty.
Eruptions destroy roots of hair. θ Tinea.
SIGHT AND EYES.
Sensitive to light ; especially to sunlight.
Snow dazzles eyes and makes them water.
Photophobia. θ Ophthalmia, or scrofulous catarrhal ophthalmia.
Shuts her eyes, as if she could not keep them open.
Flickering before eyes.
Everything appears green. Compare Phosphor.
Horizontal half-sight ; only objects in lowest part of field of vision could be seen. θ Suppressed catarrh.
When closing eyes, oftener < than >.
Worse when looking up or straining eyes.
Weakness of sight ; dim sight.
Vision reduced in left eye to counting fingers at two feet, r. vision 20/70. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Sees as through a white gauze.
Has to lift head somewhat, if she wants to look at anything, because she can only see things below axis of eye, and that not very clear ; anything above axis she cannot see at all ; it is like a grey board. θ Scotodia.
Dim vision, with headache. θ Suppressed catarrh.
Sight is cloudy. θ Albuminuria.
Constant lateral motion of balls. θ Amaurosis, after suppressed eruption.
Pupils contracted or dilated.
Wild staring look.
Eyes staring, glistening. θ Typhus.
Eyes sunken or protruding.
Twitching in eyes, as if they were drawing into head, with burning heat, hot lachrymation and photophobia. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
A bluish circle around cornea.
Yellowness of sclerotica. θ Yellow fever.
The eyes feel as if they had no room in the orbit. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Pulsative throbbing in eyes, at every pulsation a stitch ; after midnight.
Pressing and beating like a small pulse is felt in and around eyeball as frequent as one hundred in a minute ; a tormenting sensation. θ Ophthalmia.
Painful throbbing and beating in middle of left supraorbital region in a small spot.
Throbbing, pulsating in eyeball and around orbit, with general restlessness and prostration. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Suborbital pain on left side, with prickings, as with needles, sometimes quite severe.
Stinging pain when trying to open lids. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Violent pain in eyes ; reaches its height in night. θ Ophthalmia.
Paroxysms of most intense pains in eyes. θ Horizontal half-sight.
Various neuralgic pains in eyes. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Heat in eyes, and burning in chest, with dyspnoea. θ Choroiditis, alternating with bronchial catarrh.
Burning pains over orbit, < at night, with profuse acrid lachrymation. θ Keratoiritis.
Violent burning in eyes. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Conjunctivitis.
Burning and swelling of eyes.
Burning pain in eye, < at night, after midnight. θ Iritis rheumatica.
Burning, watering and sticking together of lids at night ; dimness of vision. θ Dropsy.
Burning pains in eye and upper part of orbit, < at night, and accompanied by copious secretion of tears. θ Keratitis punctata.
Severe burning in eyes ; burning tears, corroding as they flow. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Pain in right eyeball, particularly during motion.
Pain deep in eye, with violent pain when moving ; profuse fluent coryza, with stoppage of nose ; ulceration high up in nose, with discharge of fetid, bitter tasting ichor ; ulcers all over face, with blue and green spots and streaks ; bluish sickly color of
face and dissatisfied expression.
Opens eye well in cool open air, but cannot in house, even in a dark room. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Arsenic cases are generally relieved by warm applications ; they are very frequently periodic in their occurrence, commencing every Fall, and often changing from one eye to the other.
Iris discolored, reacting sluggishly. θ Keratitis punctata.
Progressive choroiditis disseminata, which alternated with bronchial catarrh ; when the eyes were >, the chest was <, and vice versa.
Parenchymatous keratitis, with excessive photophobia ; lies in bed with face buried in pillows, hot, scalding lachrymation causes an eczematous eruption ; paroxysmal pains ; child fretful and obstinate (compare Rhus).
Keratoiritis, with burning pains in and over eyes, profuse, acrid lachrymation.
Sclerotica deep red, with great photophobia. θ Ophthalmia.
Vascular elevations on cornea, resulting from ulceration, aggravated by opening and closing eyes, with violent burning pains every afternoon.
Ulceration of cornea recurring first in one eye, then in other. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Ophthalmia, with ulcers on cornea before and during catamenia.
Ulcer on outer side of cornea, with elevated edges, pain like pricking of needles, excoriation of external canthus, burning and sticking pains.
Violent inflammation of eyes and ulcers on cornea. θ Influenza.
Ulcers of cornea, with chronic trachoma and blepharitis, after suppression of itching on scalp.
Cornea had become dim and dotted with small white scars from old ulcers. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Cornea degenerated. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Inflammation of eyes and lids.
Ophthalmia of children, when skin is rough, dry and dirty looking ; intense pain from least ray of light, with profuse lachrymation.
When eyes are >, feet are swollen. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Ophthalmia beginning at 5 A. M., increasing until noon, decreasing until 10 P. M.
Conjunctiva looks like a piece of a raw beef.
Bluish-red inflamed conjunctiva and swollen lids. θ Ophthalmia.
Conjunctiva injected, capillaries congested, forming an elevation around cornea ; red, granulated, in some places bluish-red. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Conjunctivitis, appearing periodically every afternoon, towards 4 o’clock.
Conjunctiva not hyperemic, but with oedematous swelling of its outer segment. θ Keratitis punctata.
Acrid tears gush from eyes. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Pterygium, with dryness of lids.
Posterior synechia, some exudation into pupil, white punctate spots on membrane of Descemet. θ Keratitis punctata.
Trembling of upper eyelid, with lachrymation. θ Conjunctivitis.
Lids spasmodically closed. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Eyelids oedematous and spasmodically closed.
Soreness of internal surface of lids, which are swollen externally and spasmodically closed, so that opening eyes causes intense burning sticking pain.
Edges of lids painful during motion, as if dry and rubbing on ball.
Pain in margin of eyelids, on moving them, as if they were dry and rubbed against balls, both in open air and in room.
Burning in margins of lids ; in evening a feeling as of sand in eyes, obliging him to rub them.
Lids were very sore on inner margins. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Brilliant, red inner margin of lids, dryness of their inner surface. θ Trachoma.
Lids inflamed only on internal surface ; they are painful, dry and rub against ball ; they burn and can scarcely be opened. θ Chronic granulated lids.
Extreme redness of inner surface of eyelids, with an uneasy sensation rather than pain, often obliging one to rub the eyes.
Ulcerations on inner surface of eyelids. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
dema of eyelids. θ Bright’s disease.
Eyelids swollen and oedematous, first upper then lower (this swelling is mostly non-inflammatory and painless) ; the oedematous lids are firmly and spasmodically closed, and look as if distended with air. [Obs. “The oedema of the lids, especially
the lower one, is not at all like the puffiness of Apis or Rhus, nor is it dependent upon infiltration of the connective tissue as it may be in Rhus, but is associated with the general cachectic Arsenic conditions.“]
Agglutination of lids. θ Typhus.
Eyes sunken in their sockets, closed eyelids gummed. θ Febris nervosa putrida.
She had no lashes left. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Lids hanging down. θ Typhoid.
Complaints predominate on lower eyelids.
Tearing pains around eyes on looking at light. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Eruption around eyes.
Red circles around eyes and at root of nose. θ Paraplegia.
Bluish around eyes and mouth. θ Summer complaint.
Puffed around eyes. θ Neuralgia of trigeminus.
dema around eyes, with heat and paleness. θ Bright’s disease.
Swelling under eyes.
Eyes sunken. θ Cholera Asiatica. θ Yellow fever.
Eyes sunken in their sockets ; half-closed in slumber ; fixed, dull and blue rings around them. Gastritis mucosa in a child.
Eyes dull, sunken, blue circles around them ; face earthy pale.
Eyes dull and sunken, with dark rings around them θ Yellow fever.
Eyes dull, sunken and watery. θ Typhus.
HEARING AND EARS.
Complaints of inner ear predominate.
Unusual sensitiveness to sound.
Ringing in ears.
Roaring in ears, with each paroxysm of pain.
With attacks and during apyrexia, buzzing and singing in ears. θ Intermittent.
Humming in ears > in open air, < in warm room.
Humming in ears, with hard hearing, as if ears were stopped.
Hardness of hearing, cannot hear human voice. (Compare Phosph.)
Hard hearing. θ Typhus.
Stitching tearing from left meatus auditorius outward, more in evening.
Her left ear runs matter.
Profuse, ichorous, cadaverous smelling discharge from ear. θ Otorrhoea.
Yellow discharge from right ear, with dryness of nose ; hearing not weakened.
Rash and heat about ears.
Malignant swelling of parotid glands in scarlet fever, when remissions occur in which patient is better, but soon spell of great prostration returns.
Parotitis, with intense headache or remitting pains ; suppurating. θ Scarlatina.
Mumps, especially with metastasis to testicles.
SMELL AND NOSE.
Cannot bear smell or sight of food.
Stuffed cold, with loss of smell. θ Dropsy.
Offensive smell before nose.
Smells of pitch and sulphur alternately before nose.
Dryness of nasal cavity.
Nosebleed after a fit of passion.
Nosebleed, with coryza, after vomiting.
Distressing stoppage at bridge of nose.
Stoppage of nose, alternating with fluent coryza.
Nose seems to be stopped up and still it runs. θ Coryza.
Cold in head, catarrh ; from being chilled while overheated and perspiring.
Fluent coryza, with frequent sneezing ; with hoarseness and sleeplessness ; with swollen nose.
Watery discharge causes burning and smarting at nostrils, as if sore.
Discharge of burning mucus from right nostril.
Thick, yellow, nasal discharge, with burning and throbbing.
Burning in nose. θ Coryza.
Burning, excoriating, watery discharge, with a feeling of nose being stopped up. θ Coryza.
Profuse, burning, corroding discharge, with great lassitude. θ Influenza.
Acrid running from nose, corroding upper lip, causing a scurf. θ Coryza.
Scabs in nostrils, which, when torn away, leave nostrils raw and bloody until other scabs are formed ; < in cold, > in moderate weather ; cannot breathe through nostrils when asleep.
Mortification of mucous membrane of nasal cavities. θ Sequel of measles.
Nose pointed. θ Cholera Asiatica. θ Yellow fever.
Nose cold and pointed ; nostrils red and open. θ Gastritis mucosa, in child.
From each corner of nose, a deep wrinkle down side of mouth towards chin. θ Child with gastritis mucosa. θ Typhus
Nostrils dry. θ Pyamia.
Nose swollen, burns ; coppery red, desire for liquors.
Knotty swelling of nose.
Cancer of nose.
Nostrils, corners of mouth and anus red and excoriated. θ Scrofula.
Ulcer on right ala nasi, burning, stinging, painful, forming a thick, hard crust, which came off and left a bleeding mattery surface, soon followed by another crust. θ Cancer.
Face animated and congested. θ Paraplegia.
Drawing and stinging in face, here and there.
Changed expression of face.
Anxious expression of face. θ Eclampsia.
Anxiety and great suffering depicted on face. θ Typhus.
Appearance in face of great dejection. θ Bright’s disease.
Expression anxious, but not wild ; distressed ; of suffering ; of mental agony ; surly ; wild ; hippocratic ; sunken.
Appearance : very pale ; yellow ; waxy ; grey ; earthy ; livid ; bluish ; flushed ; red and swollen ; distorted features.
The face expresses deep inward suffering.
Eyes deep sunk in, blue circles around them. θ Scrofula, with a child at. 1 1/2.
Face distorted, pale, livid, old. θ Gastritis mucosa.
Stupid expression of countenance. θ Yellow fever.
Face distorted, sunken, anxious, hippocratic. θ Typhus.
Peculiarly distorted face. θ Typhus.
Face pale and distorted. θ Neuralgia of trigeminus.
Face pale, cold, distorted. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Face pale, sallow, distorted, anxious. θ Colic in pregnancy.
She lies in bed after vomiting blood, face distorted, pale, cold extremities, threadlike pulse. θ Hematemesis.
Painfully distorted features, bluish lips. θ Painful diarrhoea.
Face cadaverous and distorted. θ Colic. θ Intussusception.
Hollow, pale, cadaverous face, with distorted features. θ Acute rheumatism of joints.
Pale, sunken, earthy, ashen sallow, bloated countenance. θ Intermittent.
Deathly pale, collapsed face. θ Hematemesis.
Cachectic appearance. θ Intermittent.
Face pale, earthy, sallow, sunken, bloated during apyrexia. θ Intermittent.
Hippocratic face. θ Heart disease. θ Typhus.
Sunken old face, blue rings around eyes. θ Scrofula.
Face sunken, expressing great anguish. θ Dysentery.
Old look in face. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh.
Young children have faces like old men. θ After abuse of opium.
Face cold. θ Cystitis.
Face and body covered with cold, viscous sweat. θ Heart disease.
Coldness, with pale, miserable, earthy face, blue lips. θ Intermittent.
Pale, cold face, covered with cold sweat. θ Asthma.
Cold sweat on forehead. θ Hematemesis.
Face covered with cold sweat. θ Emphysema.
Face oedematous in afternoon. θ Bright’s disease.
Bloated face. θ Measles.
Bloated face covered with cold sweat, after hives.
dematous swelling of face. θ Intermittent.
Pale face. θ Pneumonia. θ Summer complaint.
Pale, waxy face, intense thirst during and after chill, satisfied by a swallow of cold water, which was vomited as soon as swallowed. θ Intermittent.
Cold, distressing yellowish face. θ Hematemesis.
Pale, yellowish face. θ Ovaritis.
Face yellowish and livid. θ Yellow fever.
Greenish, yellow color of face.
Grey, yellowish color of face. θ Ulcer in stomach.
Complexion greenish. θ Ascites.
Face cyanotic. θ Emphysema.
Face pale, earthy. θ Gastralgia. θ Measles.
Complexion pale, earthy. θ Ascites.
Face greyish yellow, somewhat puffed.
Miserable appearance, puffed-up face, grey-yellowish. θ Relapse of intermittent, after quinia.
Greyish-yellow face, weariness, weakness, relaxed muscles, pulse soft, small, frequent, no appetite, yellowish furred tongue, bitter mouth, frequent drinking, sometimes colic ; stools diarrheic. θ Intermittent.
Unusual redness of face.
Flushed face. θ Pericarditis.
Cheeks burning hot, with circumscribed redness. θ Typhus.
Cheeks red, circumscribed. θ Bright’s disease.
Fine eruption on face. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
On forehead a thick black crust, beneath it an ulcer with bluish dirty base, and upturned edges, exuding dirty, offensive, corroding ichor.
Wart-like ulcer on cheek.
Itching of face so violent that he would like to scratch the parts sore ; phagedenic ulcer on lip ; swelling of upper lip, sometimes preceded by burning and stinging, itching, as from red-hot needles.
Cancerous ulcers on face ; scabbing ; burning pain.
Twitching of facial muscles.
Tearing in left half of face.
Burning, stinging pains, as from red-hot needles.
Pimples and vesicles, with acrid discharge itching, burning ; < at night, in cold air, > from warmth.
Black dots (acne punctata) in face or on forehead, skin dry and dirty looking.
Swelling of face, especially below eyelids.
Crusta lactea, dry and scaly, with diarrhoea of light-colored stools.
Nostrils and corners of mouth red and excoriated.
Severe pains along right inferior maxillary nerve.
Mouth drawn downward, bluish upper lip drawn up. θ Child, gastritis mucosa.
Eruption about mouth. θ Herpes labialis.
Slight eruption around mouth ; fever blisters (hydroa) ; corners of mouth filled with tough mucus. θ Intermittent.
Swelling of glands of lower jaw, with pain, as from contusion.
Submaxillary glands swollen and sensitive. θ Noma. θ Diphtheria.
Complaints predominate on upper lip.
Contracting quivering or jerking on one side of upper lip, especially when falling asleep ; mouth drawn down, upper lip drawn up.
Brown streak through vermilion border of lower lip as if burnt.
Bluish, blackish, or dry lips.
Lips cyanotic. θ Scrofula.
Lips covered with brown slime. θ Typhus.
Lips brown or black. θ Yellow fever.
Lips dry. θ Pyamia.
Lips parched and dry.
Constantly licking dry, cracked lips, with great burning heat of whole body.
Lips dry and cracked. θ Typhus.
Constant licking of dry, cracked lips. θ Eclampsia.
Lips are pale, cracked, swollen and crusty during apyrexia. θ Intermittent.
Sore lips and ulcers in mouth.
Eruptions on lips.
Cancer of lips.
On left under lip, a place, size of a bean, which is swollen, inflamed, dark red, with raised papilla, bleeding from slightest cause, with burning, stinging and drawing pain. θ Cancer.
Painful nodules externally on upper lip ; on inner side a discolored ulcer size of a bean, with raised edges.
Cancerous sore on left upper lip, destruction of tissues as far up as zygomatic bone.
TEETH AND GUMS.
Painless throbbing in roots of teeth.
Numb sensation of teeth.
Teeth seem longer, become loose, and are sensitive to pressure and to cold water.
Pain in some of teeth, as if loose and would fall out, pain not increased by chewing.
Bites tumbler when drinking.
Grinding of teeth while asleep.
Grinding of teeth. θ Typhus.
Toothache. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
Teeth are loose and elongated.
Toothache so severe as to drive to madness ; he becomes enraged.
Aching in first lower bicuspid, excited by cold weather, > by pressing teeth together ; pain causes irritability of temper, and aversion to sound of others talking, which makes it <; nerve of tooth is exposed.
Jerking toothache, extending to temple, relieved or removed by sitting up in bed ; >, striking his head.
Toothache relieved by heat of stove.
Teeth become rapidly carious, with unbearable pain.
When teeth are drawn, dark, blackish blood squirts out.
Jerking and burning tearing in gums.
Gums and teeth covered with brown or black slime. θ Typhus.
Swollen, bleeding gums, painful to touch. θ Scurvy.
Nightly restlessness, diarrhoea, with undigested food and emaciation. θ Dentition.
TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE.
Taste : woody, dry ; unpleasant ; sweetish in throat ; sour ; metallic ;
bitter ; putrid early in morning.
Sweet taste in morning. θ Interval of attacks of epilepsy.
Bitter taste in mouth. θ Bright’s disease.
Foul taste, offensive breath. θ Intermittent.
Food tastes too salty ; not salty enough ; insipid, sour ; beer tastes flat ; food leaves a bitter taste.
Water tastes badly ; bitter. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Loss of taste. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Dry tongue, and dislike to talk.
Trembling tongue ; difficult articulation, tongue heavy, as if paralyzed. θ Typhus.
Trembling, dry, bright red tongue. θ Dropsy.
Speech unintelligible ; lisping, stammering, as though tongue was too heavy. θ Typhus.
Tongue stiff, like a piece of wood. θ Typhus.
Loss of power of speech.
Tongue pale, mouth cool, much thirst. θ Anasarca.
Tongue icy cold ; dry mouth and tongue, frequently with violent thirst.
Tongue insensible as if burnt.
Tongue large, dry, yellowish. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Violent burning on tongue.
Swelling about root of tongue, externally and internally.
Tongue and lips parched and cracked, with black and sticky coating. θ Typhus.
Dry tongue, lips and nostrils. θ Diabetes.
Lips, tongue and nostrils dry, with vomiting. θ Pyamia.
Tongue dry. θ Ascites.
Dry tongue, and morbidly red, with papilla considerably raised at tip.
Tongue red, dry, and cracked. θ Typhus.
Tongue like a piece of red leather, so thick that it is bent when protruded ; great thirst.
Edge of tongue red and takes imprint of teeth.
Tongue as white as chalk ; as if painted white.
Tongue white and dry ; tongue furred, whitish ; somewhat moist. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Tongue white, or brown and bluish. θ Dysentery.
Tongue furred yellowish, taste bitter. θ Intermittent.
Furred tongue, bitter taste. θ Dropsy.
Tongue somewhat dry, furred thickly white. θ Bright’s disease.
Coating : sides furred, with red streak down middle and redness of tip ; thickly furred, edges red ; whitish ; yellowish-white ; brown.
Tongue white and dry, or coated yellowish, during apyrexia. θ Intermittent.
Tongue brown or black. θ Yellow fever.
Tongue dry, brown or black. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Tongue black, smooth as if varnished ; dry, hard, blistered, blackish brown. θ Typhus.
Bluish ulcers on tongue.
Gangrene of tongue ; spots on tongue, burning like fire.
Bad odor from mouth. θ Scurvy. θ Typhus.
Burning in mouth, pharynx and oesophagus
Dryness of mouth, with violent thirst.
Desire for cold water, but fears to take it. θ Colicodynia.
Dryness of mouth and tongue. θ With headache.
Much saliva ; must spit often.
Saliva abundant, tough, fetid, bloody.
Aphtha in mouth ; they become livid or bluish ; with profound weakness.
Thrush in mouth and fauces. θ Measles. θ Tuberculosis.
Painful blisters in mouth and on tongue.
Malignant ulceration of mouth.
Thrush in adults with burning, prostration, and very great restlessness. θ Diphtheria.
The cavity of his mouth was as dry as the outer skin, and to such a degree that, in spite of all his efforts, he could not moisten the least bit of bread. θ Diabetes mellitus.
Ulcer on inner cheek, irregular, jagged edges, and spongy base.
Ulcers extending from throat to roof of mouth ; tongue white ; nose watering ; cervical glands swollen. θ Diphtheria.
Gangrenous sore mouth with children, mucous membrane discolored, some places blue, others pale, covered with tough mucus which lies in brown crusts on lips, confluent, discolored, very painful ulcers are formed. θ Stomacace.
PALATE AND THROAT.
Places the size of a penny, nearly oblong, in fauces, red as if mucous membrane had become denuded ; vesicles size of a pin’s head, filled with clear fluid, which disappeared next day, leaving dirty red spots ; next to affected places new eruption
appears. θ Angina herpetica.
Dryness, soreness, scraping and burning in fauces and throat.
Tonsils inflamed, swollen and burning like fire. θ Angina.
Sensation as if a hair had lodged in throat. θ Diphtheria.
Sensation as if a ball of mucus had lodged in throat, with taste of blood.
Accumulation of greyish or greenish mucus.
Nausea in throat.
Stinging in oesophagus, as from a splinter, soon violent tearing (schronden) merging into heat and burning. θ Angina herpetica.
Throat very sore and painful.
Fauces and tongue very much swollen.
Pain in swallowing, great thirst, anxiety and restlessness. θ Angina herpetica.
Sore throat, when swallowing, as from an internal swelling ; burning pain.
Sensation of constriction of throat.
Burning when swallowing ; food goes down to region of larynx, when it is ejected. θ sophagitis.
Everything swallowed seems to lodge in oesophagus.
Swallowing very difficult and painful.
Exacerbation in evening, violent constriction of oesophagus. θ Angina herpetica.
Spasmodic constriction of oesophagus, as if a ball came up in throat. θ Hematemesis.
Burning pain in throat, difficult swallowing. θ Bright’s disease.
Paralytic condition of pharynx and oesophagus ; drinks roll audibly into stomach. θ Typhus.
Malignant sore throat. θ Scarlatina.
Diphtheritic membrane is dry looking and wrinkled ; adynamic fever, restlessness, prostration, burning thirst ; fetid breath ; even gangrene ; somnolence ; occasionally starts out of bed. θ Diphtheria.
Gangrenous sore throat.
APPETITE, THIRST, DESIRES, AVERSIONS.
Feeling of hunger and emptiness, she has to eat a few pieces of bread while feeling cold. θ Intermittent.
Appetite increased, but most frequently loss of appetite.
Very little appetite. θ Intermittent.
Thirst, but afraid to drink. θ Colic.
Irresistible longing for water frequently disturbing sleep at night, undiminished next morning.
No thirst or appetite ; or, loss of appetite, with increased thirst.
No thirst during chilliness, during heat frequent, but does not drink much. θ Intermittent.
Burning thirst, without especial desire to drink.
Thirst without inclination to drink. θ Colic in pregnancy.
Dryness and thirst. θ Stricture of oesophagus.
Great thirst. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh. θ Hematemesis. θ Hepatitis.
θ Intestinal catarrh. θ Smallpox.
Thirst and dryness of mouth with peculiar thick white saliva.
He complains of thirst in a hoarse voice. θ Heart disease.
Thirst, unquenchable by drinking.
Excessive thirst for cold water ; small quantities even are immediately thrown up. θ Cholera Asiatica.
The most thirst during sweat. θ Intermittent.
Unusual thirst ; heat in mouth rose to such a degree that he had to drink water the whole evening uninterruptedly, without being able in least to allay thirst.
Tortured by a terrible thirst, with a high degree of emaciation and loss of strength. θ Diabetes mellitus.
Frequent unquenchable thirst. θ Cholera. θ Marasmus. θ Typhus.
θ Diabetes, etc.
Excessive thirst, drinking does not refresh.
Great thirst, but water molests stomach. θ Dropsy, etc.
Drinks often, but little at a time. θ Headache. θ Scurvy. θ Retinitis
albuminurica. θ Diphtheria. θ Gastritis. θ Peritonitis.
θ Ascites. θ Dysentery. θ Ovaritis.
θ Ovarian dropsy. θ Metritis. θ Pneumonia.
θ Hydrothorax. θ Coxalgia. θ Typhus.
θ Eclampsia. θ Measles. θ Carbuncle.
Wants very cold water, which she drinks in small quantities, all other drinks she swallows in masses. θ Summer complaint.
Appetite for bread, particularly rye bread.
Thirst for acid drinks ; desire for sour things. θ Intermittent.
Desire for something refreshing, strengthening, stimulating, after attack, as wine, coffee, etc. θ Intermittent.
Desire : for warm food ; for beer ; for brandy ; for coffee ; milk ; lard ; fruits and vegetables.
Aversion ; to sweets ; farinaceous food ; gruel ; meat ; fatty things ; butter ; meats ; food, loathes even thought of it.
EATING AND DRINKING.
Better on an empty stomach ; < after breakfast.
Eating without appetite, causes an unpleasant sensation of discomfort. θ During apyrexia of intermittent.
Appetite variable. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Satisfying appetite, causes heat and nausea. θ During apyrexia of intermittent.
Worse from eating. θ Gastralgia.
After eating, bitter taste. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Sense of fulness immediately after a reasonable quantity of food.
Pain in stomach or abdomen while eating or immediately after ; can take no more food at time.
After every meal, pressing in stomach, gagging and vomiting. θ Scirrhous uteri.
After eating heavy food, burning in stomach and bowels. θ Intervals of epileptic attacks.
Nausea, gagging, vomiting, mostly two hours after meal, even lightest kind of food.
After taking nourishment, rumbling in abdomen, soon followed by painless stools, smelling like carrion. θ Scrofula.
After eating, a stool.
Bitter taste in mouth after eating and drinking.
Worse after eating. θ Colic. θ Ulcer in stomach.
Better from warm diet.
Coldness of stomach from eating fruit.
Eating but little increases chill. θ Intermittent.
Violent rigor, after eating something when cold. θ Intermittent.
Better from swallowing some hot water. θ Diphtheria. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Violent retching and vomiting of small quantities of mucus. θ Gastromalacia.
Every drink, be it ever so small, is followed by an evacuation.
After drinking, if done without thirst, cough.
Chilliness and shivering, after drinking. (See Veratr.)
Desire for cold water, but afraid to drink, because it makes the pain < θ Colicodynia.
Cannot drink cold water, though he desires it ; it causes pain, or lies in stomach as a cold mass or foreign substance for a long time, and is very distressing.
Worse from cold drink ; from cold diet in general ; > from warm.
After ice-water or ice-cream. θ Gastralgia. θ Gastritis.
After chilling stomach by taking cold substances. θ Intestinal catarrh.
Gastro-intestinal symptoms < : after ice ; ice-cream ; ice-water ; vinegar ; sour beer ; tobacco (chewing) ; alcoholic drinks ; bad sausages ; cheese ; fruits.
Pain in stomach > by sweet milk.
Worse from milk.
Fat food disagrees, and so does wine ; the smallest quantity increases pain in stomach.
After alcoholic drinks. θ Gastritis.
Bad effects from inordinate use of spirituous liquors. θ Delirium tremens. θ Vomiting.
θ Diarrhoea. θ Hemorrhages.
Better from drinking coffee.
After rotten cheese, or mouldy English cheese. θ Colic.
After spoiled sausages. θ Colic.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING.
Hiccough at hour when fever ought to have come.
Belching. θ Intermittent.
Belching of fetid gases.
Constant nausea. θ Hematemesis.
Frequent nausea, with sweetish taste in mouth.
Nausea and complete loss of appetite.
Excessive nausea and vomiting on rising in bed. θ Gastritis.
Nausea, with heat and ebullitions. θ Hematemesis.
Nausea, must lie down.
Long-lasting nausea, with faintness, tremor ; heat all over and shuddering.
Nausea and vomiting. θ Dysentery. θ In pregnancy, etc.
Nausea and sometimes vomiting, at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Nausea, retching and vomiting of bile, with headache.
Retching. θ Hematemesis.
Vomiting and retching. θ Typhus.
Vomiting. θ Colic. θ Measles. θ Peritonitis.
Improved quite as often as aggravated by vomiting ; likewise after passing urine.
Vomiting immediately after eating. θ Gastralgia.
Vomiting immediately after eating or drinking.
Sometimes < after drinking. θ Yellow fever.
Vomiting after every swallow of water. θ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Vomiting of all he takes. θ Cancer of stomach.
Vomit : bitter, green yellow liquid ; ingesta ; brown, turbid matter ; streaked with blood ; of blood ; black, serous liquid.
Violent vomiting of food and gastric fluids.
Sour acrid vomiting. θ Gastralgia.
Vomiting of clear water at all times of day. θ Colic.
Vomiting of mucus and bile. θ Colic.
Vomiting of blood, with fainting before and after. θ Hematemesis.
Vomiting of brownish matter, with violent colic.
Vomits a tar-like substance, then clots of blood. θ Hematemesis.
Black vomit. θ Yellow fever. θ Scirrhus or ulcus ventriculi. θ Hepatitis.
Cannot retain food, vomiting of blackish masses, with sudden prostration.
Vomiting every night of what has been eaten during day.
Frequent vomiting, with apprehension of death.
After vomiting, nosebleed.
Violent burning in stomach and bowels ; < after throwing up. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Vomiting of slime or bile, with violent gagging ; burning in throat when swallowing, like fire. θ Colic.
Vomit and stool at same time.
Slimy, watery vomiting, with diarrhoea ; child. θ Gastritis mucosa.
SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH.
Anxious feeling in precordia.
Better from loosening clothes.
Pain in epigastrium and stomach, principally burning, violent, like red-hot coals, also violent and pressing hard ; spasmodic contraction and constriction ; stitches or fine stinging in stomach and epigastrium. θ Gastralgia.
Epigastrium is sensitive to slightest touch. θ Gastralgia. θ Gastritis.
Epigastric and umbilical regions sensitive to touch.
Epigastrium distended and hard.
Great anxiety about epigastric region.
Crawling sensation in stomach. θ Hematemesis.
Cramp in stomach at 2 A. M.
Weight in stomach as of a stone.
Violent contraction of stomach.
Bloating of pit of stomach. θ Chill of intermittent.
Pressure in stomach.
Pressure as of a weight and trembling in pit of stomach. θ Dropsy.
Great pressure in pit of stomach. θ Yellow fever.
Fulness in pit of stomach with heat. θ Intermittent.
Pain in pit of stomach arresting breathing.
Fulness in pit of stomach. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Pain in pit of stomach. θ Chill of intermittent.
Stomach tender to pressure.
Pit of stomach sensitive to slightest touch. θ Gastralgia.
In evening while sitting, drawing pain from pit of stomach around lower border of left ribs, as if something was torn loose.
Each time he yawns presses his hand on pit of stomach, because it then feels as if being torn out. θ Paraplegia.
Terrible sensation of sickness, weakness and anxiety in region of stomach. θ Hematemesis.
Gnawing in pit of stomach.
Violent tearing, boring pain and cramp, in stomach and intestines.
Lancinating in stomach, sometimes into chest, or only at night.
Heartburn ; severe aching in stomach and epigastrium extending to middle of chest ; burning, as if stomach and oesophagus were being made raw by an acrid corroding substance ; several attacks a day, with indescribable nausea and weakness, to fainting. θ Gastric
Constant painful burning in region of stomach. θ Intermittent.
Burning in stomach like glowing coals. θ Gastralgia.
Burning pain in stomach. θ Cancer of stomach. θ Ulcers in stomach. θ Hematemesis.
Burning in stomach ; sensitive to pressure. θ Typhus.
Burning in stomach with constriction in abdomen. θ Melancholy.
Burning in region of pylorus. θ Scirrhus.
Intense heat and burning in stomach and pit of stomach.
A cold and heavy feeling in stomach, chilliness and a hot fever at same time.
Subacute gastritis ; least food distresses or is at once vomited.
Acute gastritis, painful vomiting of grass green solids or fluids, or after drinking.
Hematemesis ; often with black stools ; stitches in spleen, cold sweat on forehead ; burning in stomach, thready pulse, moaning, etc.
Induration in stomach. θ Scirrhus.
Pain begins with stitches in right side under ribs, or spreads from left hypochondriac region over whole abdomen, up into oesophagus and to back and to shoulder blade. θ Gastralgia.
Sensitiveness of distended epigastrium and lower abdomen, which is tense, drawn in, painful, and twitches when pressed over cecal region ; meteorism. θ Typhus.
Tension in right hypochondriac region, with pressing pain in liver, which is perceptibly enlarged. θ Hepatitis.
Pressure and tension in right hypochondrium. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Burning or stitching pain in epigastrium and region of liver. θ Yellow fever.
Painful bloatedness in right hypochondrium, with burning pain. θ Hepatitis.
Pain in region of liver, increased on pressure.
Stitches in right hypochondrium, extending to region of stomach ; ending as violent pressure over whole abdomen.
Painful bloatedness in right hypochondrium with violent burning pain. θ Hepatitis.
Induration of liver.
Liver could be felt, and hurts when touched. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Gall-stones with cholera-like symptoms. (Cinchona.)
Jaundice : after intermittent fevers, especially abuse of quinine : after mercury.
Tension and pressure in left hypochondrium. θ Heat of intermittent.
Hypochondriac region swollen ; < left. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Both hypochondria sore to touch. θ Bright’s disease.
Tensive, pressive pain in spleen.
Drawing, stitching pain under left hypochondrium ; burning in stomach followed by vomiting of blood.
Stitches in spleen precede vomiting of blood, which is partly coagulated, partly fluid, and dark. θ Hematemesis.
Induration and enlargement of spleen.
Liver and spleen swollen. θ Dropsy. θ Intermittent.
Soreness to touch in region of spleen. θ Quotidian.
Tension and pressing pains in spleen with heat. θ Intermittent.
Dull pain in left hypochondrium. θ Intermittent.
The spleen expanded, tumefied. θ Intermittent.
ABDOMEN AND LOINS.
Coldness and chilliness in abdomen.
Tension in abdomen.
Crampy pains in bowels. θ Yellow fever.
Writhing or twisting sensation in abdomen.
Pains about navel, aggravated by lying on back.
Violent bellyache day and night with but short remissions ; constipation. θ Colic.
Cutting pains in abdomen. θ Before intermittent.
Terrible cutting bellyache with frequent thin evacuations, fainting and cold sweat. θ Diarrhoea.
Violent pains in abdomen, with great anguish, has no rest anywhere, rolls about on floor and despairs of life.
After a chill for half an hour violent squeezing and constricting pain in umbilical region, twists and squirms in bed. θ Colic.
Wind colic, > when lying down, and growing warm in bed.
Verminous colic ; upper lip is drawn up. θ Horses.
Tearing in abdomen with icy coldness of hands and feet, and cold sweat on face.
Violent tearing and cutting in upper part of abdomen, lower part distended, soft, but painful to touch. θ Diarrhoea.
Deep heavy pain in abdomen, felt as if his intestines were tied up, with burning. θ Colicodynia.
Burning in intestines.
Burning pain in abdomen. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh. θ Peritonitis.
Burning lancinations in abdomen, with great restlessness, tossing and turning. θ Peritonitis.
Violent, burning, pinching, constricting pain in stomach and both sides of abdomen drawing to navel, with oppression of chest, in repeated attacks, every half hour. θ Colic
Violent burning in abdomen and scrobiculum. θ Dysentery.
Burning in bowels ; sensitive to pressure. θ Typhus.
Peritonitis, when there is sudden sinking of strength, anxiety, cold sweat.
Intussusception with pains in abdomen, increased by motion ; sensitive to pressure.
Abdomen drawn in. θ Colic.
Rumbling in bowels.
Bloated abdomen. θ Hematemesis. θ Dysentery. θ During.
apyrexia of intermittent.
Abdomen distended and painful. θ Gastritis mucosa.
Abdomen much distended, sore aching pain on touching it. θ Albuminuria.
Abdomen sensitive and tympanitic. θ Dysentery.
Abdomen distended, particularly left hypochondrium, which is hard and painful to touch. θ Intermittent.
Abdomen hard and distended ; palpitation reveals indurated mesenteric glands. θ Scrofula.
Sensation as if abdomen would burst, before stool.
Meteorism of abdomen without pain, everywhere tympanitic sound. θ Gastric complaints. θ Gastromalacia.
Meteoristic distension of abdomen. θ Typhus.
Ascites : from heart, hepatic or spleen diseases, also post-scarlatinal ; from Morbus Brightii ; faint from least motion ; suffocative spells at night ; anguish, thirst, etc.
Pain in right side of abdomen, near lumbar region, spreading through abdomen to right groin and same side of scrotum.
Ulcer above navel.
Painful swelling of inguinal glands.
Groins : contractive pain in left ; as if sprained in right, when stooping ; digging, burning like a boil ; stitches.
Chafed about groins, extending to genitals.
Stitches from abdomen down into vagina.
STOOLS AND RECTUM.
Painful spasmodic protrusion of rectum.
Rectum remains protruded after hemorrhages from rectum.
Rough pricking sensation in rectum, as if she was passing sand.
Evacuation of a lump resembling tallow, with tendinous substances.
Constipation with pain in bowels.
Constipation of bowels. θ Colic. θ Typhus.
Diarrhoea alternating with scybalous stools of a whitish-clay color. θ Bright’s disease.
Bilious dysentery with great exhaustion after every exertion ; great distress and restlessness, worse after midnight.
Black stools. θ Hematemesis. θ Hepatitis.
Stool soft, insufficient. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Fluid feces mixed with blood, chocolate color, more about midnight. θ Dysentery.
Evacuation of dark blood preceded by violent screaming. θ Dysentery.
Watery, stinking stools, mixed with bloody mucus or undigested food.
Stools containing more or less pus, sometimes fluid fecal matter, nearly always fluid or coagulated blood ; penetrating, rotten, sweetish smell.
Offensive diarrhoea. θ Scurvy.
Diarrhoea copious, smell of rotten eggs. θ Child’s gastritis mucosa.
Brownish, slimy, cadaverous-smelling stools. θ Gastromalacia.
Discharge from bowels of a fetid foul smell. θ Intestinal catarrh. θ Dysentery.
Evacuations have a rotten smell, are involuntary with great prostration. θ Dysentery.
Stools frequent watery, blackish-brown ; ichorous ; clay-like, tinged with blood ; offensive ; pus-like mucus ; penetrating odor. θ Typhus.
Thin, rotten-smelling or bloody stools and involuntary passages. θ Typhus.
Small, diarrheic, offensive stools. θ Intermittent.
Diarrhoea. θ Colic. θ Typhus. θ Measles.
Diarrhoea painful or painless. θ Intestinal catarrh.
Diarrhoea painless, involuntary θ Yellow fever. θ Typhus.
Diarrhoea very prostrating, often involuntary. θ Influenza.
Diarrhoea < in middle of night. θ Coxalgia.
Diarrhoea < after midnight and after eating, with great prostration.
Stools slimy, papescent, brownish. < in night and towards morning. θ Diarrhoea.
Diarrhoea with cutting pain, violent thirst, coldness of body and cold sweat on face, attacks are < from motion.
Violent burning in umbilical region, before and during loose stools, which consist of mucus ; great thirst for cold water, profuse sweat, anxiety, tossing about. θ Fall
Emaciation, old face, profuse greenish muddy evacuations, with swollen feet. θ Diarrhoea of children.
Stools brown and watery ; yellow skin ; wasted to a skeleton ; abdomen tympanitic, old face. θ Diarrhoea during dentition.
Slimy undigested passages. θ Scrofula.
Diarrhoea : slimy, green mucus ; of pieces of mucus, with tenesmus, and cutting pain in anus ; stools small with tenesmus ; first dark green feces, afterwards dark green mucus ; black mucus, with
persistent vomiting ; black, acrid and putrid ; yellow, with tenesmus and burning pain ; like dirty water ; of blood and water ; with emaciation and loss of strength ; almost constant, with much intestinal rumbling ; < after midnight, also in
morning after rising ; after eating ; violent, with frequent discharges ; with straining ; with colic ; with vomiting, or with great weakness ; more frequent than constipation ; most frequently painless.
Involuntary stools and urine.
Diarrhoea after chilling stomach by taking cold substances, particularly ice-cream.
Cholera infantum : simultaneous vomiting and purging, great exhaustion ; vomiting and purging aggravated by food and water.
Purging, with extreme coldness of extremities.
Burning evacuations from bowels with violent colic.
Sensation before stool as if the abdomen would burst.
Twisting in the abdomen before every stool.
Diarrhoea following burns. Comp. 45.
Before stool, torturing sensation as though the abdomen was being constricted. θ Dysentery.
Before stool : chilliness, anxiety, fainting, cutting in abdomen ; vomiting ; thirst ; coldness in back before every evacuation.
During stool : chilliness, nausea, vomiting, backache, straining and burning in anus and rectum.
Diarrhoea with tenesmus. θ Yellow fever.
Tenesmus with burning in anus and rectum. θ Dysentery.
Stool irregular, mostly diarrheic, with burning in anus. θ Intervals of epileptic attacks.
A feeling of contraction in rectum during stool. θ Dysentery.
Tenesmus and burning of anus and rectum during stool ; also burning after, with trembling.
Discharges burning. θ Intestinal catarrh.
Burning in anus with small evacuations of mucus and continual eructation. θ Diarrhoea.
After stool : cessation of acute abdominal pains ; distension, straining about navel ; burning in rectum ; oppression, eructations, weakness with trembling and faintness, with desire to lie down ; palpitation, perspiration.
Unbearable tenesmus with burning pains. θ Hemorrhoids of bladder.
Thin, lumpy stools, of all colors, excoriating anus. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh.
Fissures of anus. θ Hemorrhoids.
Burning and stinging tumors in anus, size of a walnut, preventing sitting down.
Anus red and sore ; evacuations excoriate.
Burning in anus like fire.
Hemorrhoids : with stitching pain when walking or sitting, not when at stool ; with burning pain, relieved by heat ; with bleeding and protrusion ; painful, swollen, with tenesmus, burning, particularly at night, preventing sleep.
Hemorrhages from bowels dark, offensive. θ Typhus abdominalis.
Stitches in renal region when breathing or sneezing. θ Morbus Brightii.
Abscesses in kidneys.
Scarlatina begins with uremic symptoms.
Uramia, anguish, with thoughts of murder, especially in drunkards.
Uramia, with vomiting, colic, spells of suffocation. θ Emphysema. θ Heart disease.
Acute cystitis, with high fever and restlessness ; face and limbs become cold ; violent burning in bladder ; great thirst.
Chronic cystitis, with retained urine ; what passes is turbid and purulent.
Paralysis of bladder.
Symptoms of paralysis of bladder. θ Hamaturia.
Bladder greatly distended and paralyzed. θ Chronic cystitis.
Atony of bladder in old persons.
Tearing deep in urethra.
Atony of bladder, no desire to urinate, and no power to do so ; seems to have lost all control over power to emit ; especially after parturition.
Suppression of urine. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Retention of urine. θ Typhus. θ After parturition.
Inability to void urine. θ Chronic cystitis.
Great desire, but passes no urine.
Involuntary micturition. θ Typhus.
Urine scanty, passed with difficulty, burning during discharge. θ Strangury.
Involuntary dribbling of urine, day and night.
Urine scanty, with diarrhoea, or hot stage of fever, or frequent and copious during chill.
Scanty secretion of urine. θ Hamaturia.
Urine scanty, turbid. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Urine thick and scanty. θ Albuminuria.
Scanty urine, with brick-dust deposit. θ Hydrothorax acutus.
Urination after sweat, brown, soon turbid, but without sediment. θ Intermittent.
Urine very scanty ; very much sediment. θ Anasarca.
Fetid urine. θ Dysentery.
Urine like thick beer ; rotten smell. θ Typhus.
Urine dark, like dung water ; nitric acid precipitates albumen. θ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Urine turbid, mixed with pus and blood. θ Cystitis.
Bloody urine. θ Hamaturia. θ Hemorrhoids of bladder.
Urine cloudy, high colored, scanty, pale, albuminous. θ Pneumonia.
Albumen in urine. θ Bright’s disease. θ Scarlet fever.
Well-marked albuminuria ; epithelium, fatty degeneration or atrophy of Bellinian tubes, tufts and capsule of Muller. θ Morbus Brightii.
Sugar in urine.
Urine profuse, pale and clear as water. θ Intermittent. θ Rheumatism.
Urination frequent during cold stage. θ Intermittent.
Frequent urging, with profuse discharge.
Urine : dark brown ; dark yellow ; turbid ; sediment of red sand ; mixed with pus and blood ; greenish.
Burning pain in urinary organs. θ Hamaturia.
Burning pain, especially at commencement of urinating. θ Cystitis.
During urination, burning in urethra ; constriction in left groin.
After urination, feeling of weakness in upper part of abdomen.
MALE SEXUAL ORGANS.
Male Sexual Organs
Sexual desire increased.
Involuntary seminal emissions.
Sexual power lost.
Emission during diarrheic stool.
Prickling in side of glans.
Burning in glans penis during micturition. θ Intervals of attacks of epilepsy.
Glans blue red, swollen and cracked.
Excessively painful inflammation and swelling of genitals, increasing almost to gangrene.
Erysipelatous inflammation of scrotum.
Rawness of scrotum, with a bluish look. θ Little children.
Hydrocele (scrofulous infants).
Inflammation and swelling of genital organs, threatening gangrene.
Serpiginous ulcers on genitals.
Chancres (after mercury), with too florid granulations, margins of ulcers hard and bleeding at least touch, with a thin, offensive discharge.
Phagedenic chancres, livid hue, with intense burning ; even sloughing.
Constitutional syphilis, with indescribable feeling of weakness, or with dropsy and malignant ulcerations.
Bubo, when assuming a gangrenous aspect.
Cramplike cutting colic, darting through abdominal ring and perineum ; testes swollen ; epididymitis.
Inguinal glands painful, swollen and indurated.
Intertrigo of children, particularly in groins and extending to scrotum.
FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS.
Increased sexual desire, with involuntary discharge of mucus.
Burning or tensive pain in ovary.
Pressive stitching pains in region of right ovary.
Drawing, stitching pain from region of ovary into thigh, which feels numb and lame ; < from motion, bending, or sitting bent.
Burning in region of right ovary, circumscribed swelling, feverishness, sallow complexion, emaciation ; instead of menses, a thin, whitish, offensive discharge. θ Ovaritis
caused by a kick.
Burning pain in region of ovaries. θ Ovarian dropsy.
Intense burning or tensive pain in ovary, with great restlessness, some relief being afforded by constantly moving feet.
Tumors painful (burning, lancinating), or painless.
Ovarian tumor, with pain in leg, cannot keep foot still.
Ovarian tumor on right side, filling entire abdominal cavity, could not stoop to dress her feet.
Burning throbbing, lancinating pain in uterine region. θ Scirrhus. θ Burning
pain in uterine region. θ Metritis. θ Uterine cancers.
Violent burning pain in genitals, with hard, nodulous swelling of uterus, os uteri swollen like a pad, hard, extremely sensitive ; shooting stinging pains to upper part of abdomen ; burning thirst and dryness of mouth and throat ; < from
every motion. θ Scirrhus uteri.
Polypus on cervix uteri.
Catamenia too profuse and of long duration.
Catamenia too early and too profuse.
Menses too often and venous. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Menorrhagia in feeble females, cachectic, affected with rheumatism, disorganization of uterus or ovaries, in eruptive fevers, and, when aphtha break out, indicating a low state of the system.
Hemorrhage, with lancinating burning pains.
Sudden profuse discharge of dark blood.
Painful menstruation ; external warmth relieves.
During menstruation, stitches in rectum, extending into anus and vulva ; stinging cutting pain extending from epigastrium into hypogastrium, sides of abdomen and back ; toothache.
After menstruation : discharge of bloody slime, or stinking watery discharge from vagina and anus.
Suppressed menstruation. θ Hamoptysis. θ Intermittent.
Absence of menses for a long time, in women of pale, waxlike complexion, who are greatly debilitated ; least exertion causes great fatigue ; restless sleep, with fatiguing dreams.
Thin, whitish, offensive discharge instead of menses. θ Ovaritis.
Leucorrhoea acrid, corroding, thick and yellow, dropping out while standing and emitting flatus.
Acrid, corroding, burning discharges ; watery ; light or dark-colored, often very offensive. θ Uterine cancer.
Stitches from abdomen down into vagina.
Dryness of vagina. θ Scirrhus uteri.
Lancinations from rectum to anus and pudenda. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
Inflammation and swelling of genitals.
Itching of genital organs.
PREGNANCY, PARTURITION, LACTATION.
Morning sickness during pregnancy, with spells of faintness ; retching, with empty stomach, preceded by burning in stomach and oesophagus.
Violent motion of child and colic. θ Pregnancy.
Metritis in childbed, with signs of dissolution of blood.
Ascites in consequence of puerperal peritonitis.
Promotes expulsion of moles.
After parturition, atony of bladder.
Burning pains in mamma ; relief from motion.
Cancer of breast, burning pain ; external warmth relieves.
VOICE AND LARYNX, TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA.
Voice hoarse. θ Cholera Asiatica. θ Typhus. θ Heart
Voice weak, scarcely audible. θ Colic in pregnancy.
Voice low, trembling, rough, hoarse, coarse, crowing or squeaking. θ Typhus.
Voice : trembling ; weak ; unequal, now strong and again weak ; hoarse ; rough ; hollow ; loss of voice.
Spasm of glottis.
Larynx constricted during cough.
Feeling of dryness, with burning in larynx and trachea. θ Laryngeal phthisis.
Sensation as if one were inhaling dust.
Bronchitis, with difficult secretion of mucus.
Larynx sensitive to pressure ; hoarse by day ; suffocative spells at night. θ Croup.
Influenza in children ; sudden onset, much prostration, child looks as though it had been sick a week ; violent sneezing, with blood-tinged discharge.
Sudden catarrh, threatening suffocation at night.
Croupous inflammation of larynx, which is sensitive to pressure ; hoarseness by day, dyspnoea and suffocative attacks at night. θ Croup.
Croup, with coryza ; stoppage, cannot breathe through nose ; worse at night, with restlessness.
Simulating membranous croup ; caused by checked or non-appearing eruption, especially hives or urticaria.
Frequent inclination to sigh with a childish crying mood.
Noiseless, hardly audible breathing. θ Heart disease.
Wheezing respiration, with cough and frothy expectoration.
Rattling breathing. θ Typhus.
Deep, quick inspiration, difficult, interrupted expiration.
Breathing quick, short, loud rattling. θ Bright’s disease.
Breathing short and anxious. θ Typhus.
Oppression and short breathing. θ During heat after intermittent.
Groans and moans in breathing. θ Hematemesis.
The breathing becomes more and more weak, until finally she is only able to breathe and talk very low by inclining chest forward.
Sensation as if inhaling dust.
Talking aggravates symptoms. θ Intermittent.
Laughing causes difficulty in breathing.
Every little excitement gives her a hysterical asthma.
Want of breath ; he complains in a hoarse voice. θ Heart disease.
Loss of breath immediately on lying down, in evening, with whistling and constriction in trachea.
After going to bed, tightness on chest, whistling expiration. θ Asthma.
Turning in bed, takes away his breath. θ Hydrothorax.
Breath oppressed and pulse irregular. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
When walking in open air, suffocative sensation forcing him to cough.
Arrest breathing with cough.
Difficult inhalation with constant anxiousness and short crowing cough. θ Anasarca.
Breathing anxious, hurried, labored, snoring, rattling. θ Typhus. θ Yellow fever.
Respiration oppressed, anxious, short.
Burning or feeling as if excoriated and raw in chest.
Constriction of chest, with anguish ; worse when moving.
Air passages seem constricted, cannot breathe fully.
In cold air, want of breath.
Windy weather increases dyspnoea even when well-protected and while in a warm room.
Oppression increased : by stormy weather and heavy air ; walking quickly ; ascending ; warm and tight clothing ; especially from changes of warmth to cold.
After suppressed coryza : panting breathing, gasping for air ; sensation as if there was dust in air, worse about midnight and from motion, with groaning and restless tossing. θ Asthma.
Gasping for breath, feels as if she would smother.
On lying down at night, feels an oppression of chest, breathing became short, is obliged to sit up in bed ; < after midnight ; drinking coffee or sugar with water relieves somewhat ; symptoms worse on going up-stairs, gets out of breath. θ Asthma.
Breathing asthmatic ; must incline chest forward ; must spring out of bed at night, especially about 12 P. M.
Cramp in chest (asthma) as soon as he lies down to sleep, as if too narrow, expiration whistling ; throat and chest as if bound together, so that he had to sit up, bending forward, from which he got some relief ; gradually breathing became more and
more difficult and expiration difficult and fine in tone, like highest falsetto ; feels anxious to despair and anxious sweat all over ; this degree of violence lasted three or four hours and only abated after midnight.
Patient unable to lie down ; on attempting to do so, such difficulty of breathing that she nearly died of strangulation. θ Dropsy.
Asthma when fatigued, as from anguish.
Violent attack of asthma in consequence of a cold in mid-Summer.
Asthma from suppressed itch.
In asthma of old people, who have occasional attacks of morning diarrhoea, rheumatism, scanty secretion of urine, and too violent impulse of heart sound.
Asthma about 2 A. M.
Great dyspnoea and pain in lower chest, on full inspiration.
Dyspnoea when vexed.
Dyspnoea increased after coughing, with sensation of contraction of chest or stomach. θ Asthma.
Considerable dyspnoea. θ Bronchitis. θ Tuberculosis. θ Hydrothorax.
θ Scarlatina. θ Post-scarlatinal dropsy. θ Paraplegia.
Dyspnoea < from motion, cannot lie on back or sides, has to sit bent forward, lower extremities are cold and oedematous. θ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Great dyspnoea ; face cyanotic and covered with cold sweat ; great anxiety. θ Emphysema.
Arrest of breathing and suffocative apprehension, sometimes with weakness and excessive debility, or at night.
Suffocative spells in evening, after lying down. θ Asthma.
When lying down at night, however carefully, sense of suffocation. θ Hydrothorax.
Suffocating spells, most at night. θ Ascites.
Suffocating oppression at night in bed ; with weakness.
Has to sit up ; when lying on back, suffocative attacks. θ Asthma.
When coughing or immediately after, feels contracted and as if suffocating, labors with great difficulty to re-establish free respiration.
Paroxysms of suffocation. θ Whooping cough.
Suffocative attacks, with palpitation, in night.
Oppression and spasms in chest, with hacking cough. θ Chill in intermittent.
Deep, dry, unceasing cough.
Severe, spasmodic cough. θ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Dry cough. θ Typhus.
Dry cough, short and hacking, with sense of excoriation in chest, or soreness from pit of stomach upward, with short, difficult breathing.
Cough after every mental emotion ; coughing spells are preceded by great anxiety and restlessness ; vomiting of food and drink as soon as taken, vomiting brings on cough. θ Whooping
Cough excited by smoky sensation, or as of vapors of sulphur in larynx, or by constant titillation in larynx.
Cough, without expectoration, especially after drinking or eating ; when lying down ; during a walk in cold air.
Cough after drinking, from continuous irritation or tickling in bronchi.
Cough during motion, with want of breath.
Cough when going into cold, open air.
Night cough ; must sit up as soon as cough commences.
Croup-like cough, with suffocating, spells, < after midnight. θ After suppressed hives.
Cough in morning.
Clear-ringing, crowing, or whistling whooping cough, excited by a burning tickling in trachea and in throat-pit, as if from vapor of sulphur, at night without expectoration, in daytime with expectoration of mucus, scanty and generally frothy, or in lumps, of
various taste and color (bitter, putrid, purulent, saltish, offensive, grey yellow), sometimes mixed with florid blood ; returning periodically with increasing violence.
Whooping cough, with cholera infantum.
Whooping cough, with arrest of breathing, tough mucus in chest ; sputa of frothy mucus in lumps ; asthmatic symptoms ; debility ; cold surface.
During whooping cough, palpitation of heart ; cough returns periodically with increasing violence ; child whines and cries.
Cough preceded by jerking in hips, which seemed to excite the cough.
Cough awakens him ; as if he would be suffocated ; throat swelled.
When coughing, soreness in chest and pain as if something was digging into throat from before backward.
During cough : catching of breath ; soreness in chest, stitches in sides or in epigastrium ; heat of head ; collection of water in mouth.
Cough : with arrest of breathing ; with tough mucus in chest ; with expectoration of frothy mucus in lumps, or tasting salty, in daytime ; without expectoration at night.
A heavy feeling and aching in chest, after coughing. θ Bright’s disease.
Cough most frequently with expectoration, which generally appears only during day.
Cough < at night, and whenever he lies on his back expectoration is profuse, white, frothy, sometimes thick and yellow ; attack of coughing followed by sweat and great weakness. θ Bronchitis.
Expectoration : difficult ; scanty and frothy ; consisting of tenacious mucus, which is lodged in chest ; frothy saliva ; thick yellow ; grey, green, bitter, salty ; mucus,
streaked with blood.
Tenacious mucus, hard to get up, rattling in chest, old people. θ Pulmonary catarrh.
Frequently recurring cough, with expectoration of bloodstreaked mucus ; retching and vomiting of food and drink ; this cough frequently interrupts few moments of sleep she can get by laying her head on a table before her. θ Dropsy.
Cough, with bloody sputa.
Hacking cough every morning, with expectoration of bright red fluid blood, with burning in left chest. θ Hamoptysis.
Hamoptysis at night, with burning heat over whole body.
Foaming bright red blood bursts forth in a stream, with slight hawking ; ebullition and burning and fulness in chest. θ Hamoptysis.
Hamoptysis after loss of blood ; burning heat all over, especially with pain between scapula ; in drunkards, or from suppressed menses.
INNER CHEST AND LUNGS.
Feels as if she had a load in upper part of both lungs.
Tightness of chest, as if bound with a hoop.
Constriction of chest, with great anxiety and restlessness, evenings ; burning, or feeling as if excoriated and raw.
Constriction of chest, with anguish and oppressive anxiety at pit of stomach.
Constriction of chest, when going up hill.
Great oppression and constriction of chest. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Constriction of chest. θ Chill of intermittent.
Burning and heat in chest. θ Pneumonia.
Burning in chest and stomach. θ Hamoptysis.
Pain in chest, with cough and restless sleep. θ Bright’s disease.
Chilliness in chest, evenings.
Great heat in chest, extending below diaphragm.
Catarrh on chest, great suffocation ; child, tosses about in agony.
Wheezing at chest, with bruised pain between shoulders.
Loud sibilant rales over every part of chest. θ Bronchitis.
Stitches : in upper right chest ; in left chest only during inspiration ; in sternum, from below up, when coughing.
Acute, sharp, fixed or darting pain in apex and through upper third of right lung.
Pleuritic effusion, great dyspnoea from slightest motion ; can lie only on affected side ; tongue thickly coated dirty yellow ; feet swollen. θ Ascites.
Chronic pleurisy ; dark and offensive expectoration ; great weakness on attempting to move or sit up.
Pneumonia from taking cold during a fatiguing journey.
Pneumonia, with dark, offensive sputa ; great weakness, not felt until attempts are made to move or sit up.
Burning and heat in chest ; pale face ; cold extremities ; anxious tossing. θ Pneumonia.
Posterior lobes of both lungs affected. θ Pneumonia.
Chronic pneumonia, with purulent sputa ; asthma.
Asthmatic attacks accompanying emphysema.
Gangrene of lungs, with green, ichorous sputa.
Impending paralysis of lungs ; rattling in windpipe.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION.
Cramp in heart.
Heartbeats are irritable.
Sounds of heart, especially the “choc” rather violent ; not agreeing with pulse.
Palpitation as from a distance. θ Anasarca.
Trembling, irregular motion of heart. θ Heart disease.
Intermitting beats of heart ; somewhat irregular and intermitting pulse, accompanied by a whistling sound. θ Heart disease.
Palpitation of heart, violent, excessive, with great anguish, especially at night.
Palpitation of heart, with anguish ; cannot lie on back ; < by going up-stairs.
Violent palpitation, most in night, visible and audible.
Palpitation of heart and tremulous weakness after stool ; must lie down.
Severe paroxysms of palpitation or attacks of syncope during endocarditis.
Tumultuous action of heart, alternating with feeble, irregular beating. θ Hydropericardium.
Palpitation. θ Paraplegia. θ Dysentery. θ Hydrothorax.
θ Heat of intermittent. θ Measles.
Heart disease with emaciation.
Palpitation after suppressed herpes or foot sweat.
Angina pectoris ; sudden tightness above heart ; agonizing precordial pain ; pains into neck and occiput ; anxiety, oppression ; breathing difficult, fainting spells ; least motion makes him lose his breath ; sits bent
forward or with head thrown back ; < at night, especially from 1 to 5 A. M.
Rheumatism affecting the heart, with great prostration, cold, sticky sweat ; great anxiety and oppression ; burning about heart ; pulse small, rapid and feeble.
Valvular disease with intermittent pulse, dyspnoea, anasarca, complains more towards evening, or at night, on going up-stairs, after deep inspirations, or getting angry.
Right ventricle hypertrophied. θ Retinitis albuminurica.
Fatty degeneration of heart.
Hydropericardium with great irritability, anguish and restlessness ; especially in uramia, etc.
Idiopathic heart disease.
Pulse very frequent in morning but slower at night. θ Intermittent.
120-130 beats of pulse in the minute. θ Hematemesis.
Pulsation through whole body. θ Heat of intermittent.
Quite small pulse. θ Scarlatina.
Very quick pulse. θ Hepatitis.
Frequent, quick, small pulse. θ Measles.
Frequent, weak pulse. θ Dysentery.
Pulse : accelerated ; quick and small ; quick and weak ; small and weak ; irregular ; trembling ; imperceptible.
Small, rapid pulse. θ Dropsy.
Pulse very much accelerated, small and weak ; sometimes intermitting.
Pulse small, soft, frequent. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Pulse frequent, small, trembling. θ Typhus.
Pulse too small and frequent, with oedematous limbs. θ Dysentery.
Quick, trembling, threadlike pulse. θ Hematemesis.
Pulse small and undulating. θ Anasarca.
Pulse hardly to be felt, so frequent. θ Dysentery.
Pulse scarcely perceptible, and quick, trembling. θ Gastritis mucosa.
Pulse sometimes imperceptible ; threadlike.
Pulse hardly to be felt, with cold limbs. θ Colic.
Nothing to be felt but a trembling motion of the pulse. θ Dropsy.
Pulse irregular, frequent, small, trembling. θ Yellow fever.
Pulse sometimes suppressed, with strong beat of the heart.
Stitches and pressing in sternum.
Distension of chest. θ Whooping cough.
Burning and itching in chest.
Sore raw feeling of chest, from stomach upward.
Chilliness or coldness in chest.
Heat, burning, itching in chest.
Yellow spots on chest.
NECK AND BACK.
Stiffness of neck.
Nape stiff, as if bruised or sprained.
Neuralgic pains on left side of neck.
Blueness of external throat from distension of veins.
Colorless, smarting eruptions on neck, shoulders and sides.
Cervical glands enlarged, felt like a series of hard nodules under the skin.
The pressing pain becomes burning and shooting ; pain in sacrum as if broken, anxiety, restlessness, rush of blood, most to the head. θ Metritis.
Drawing pains : between scapula, necessitating lying down ; from small of back to shoulders.
Backache after hard work. θ Rheumatism.
Insupportable backache towards evening and on rising from a seat. θ Rheumatism.
Cold creeps on back, evening and night.
A sense of warm air streaming up spine into head. θ Precedes epileptic attacks.
Burning in spine. θ In epileptic attacks.
Burning in back.
Burning pain in back while lying quietly upon it. θ Ovaritis.
Greatly exhausted from sexual excesses ; pulling and tearing in back and legs ; formication along the spine ; flesh pale, soft, bloated.
Paralysis of lower third of spinal cord.
Spinal affection with gressus gallinaceus. θ Paralysis.
Small of back as if broken. θ Hemorrhoids.
Bruised pain in small of back, with sensation of weakness.
Loss of strength in small of back.
Stiffness in spinal column, beginning in region of os coccygis.
Ulceration of sacrum after typhoid.
Violent tearing and jerking pains in right shoulder joint and shoulder, extending to arm, elbow joint, and forearm. θ Rheumatism.
Soreness in the axilla.
Rheumatic pains from elbow up to shoulder, > at night.
Pain in the arm of the side on which one rests, at night.
Drawing and lacerating in the arms, particularly at night.
Complaints predominant on upper arm.
Peculiar neuralgia in left arm suddenly after meals.
Violent neuralgia of left arm followed by lame feeling.
Upper limbs weak ; flexors of fingers retracted.
Paralytic feeling in upper limbs. θ Pericarditis.
Painful tubercles on the arm.
Swelling of the arm, with putrid smelling, black blisters.
Drawing and tearing from elbow up into axilla, at night.
Violent rheumatic pains in right elbow.
Small reddish spot on left elbow joint, soon forming a blister, becoming in a few hours as large as a hazel-nut and turning black ; similar blisters appear on right elbow and next day on left leg.
Hands and lower half of forearm dark and livid, as in malignant cholera.
Swelling on the forearm, size of a goose egg, after becoming inflamed all around, dropped off. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Trembling of hands.
Sensation of swelling and fulness in palms of hands at night.
Fistulous opening in palm of hand discharging ichorous pus, pain and sensitiveness great. θ From a felon.
Tingling in fingers. θ Pericarditis.
Hands can be extended, but not the fingers.
Burning and shooting in a finger connected with case produced by a wart having been pulled out.
Soreness between the fingers.
Drawing, jerking and tearing from tips of fingers into shoulder.
Vesicles filled with blood on tips of fingers ; ulcers and scabs under nails.
Burning ulcers on tips of fingers.
Indurations in the soft parts between metacarpus of thumb and index finger, and some along forearm between radialis and supinator longus, size of a common bean. θ Cancerous
Spongeous excrescence on thumb, size of a raspberry, very painful, slightest touch increases pain very much. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Under nail of thumb a very sensitive, radiating pain, a few days after operating on a cancerous mamma, the thumb-nail being cut too close.
Nails discolored ; at first red, then black ; later replaced by new nails, thin and transparent.
Blue nails. θ Chill of intermittent.
Drawing, stitching pain from region of ovary into thigh, which feels numb and lame ; < from motion. θ Ovaritis.
Horses hip-shot from inflammation of kidneys, standing crooked, legs drawn together.
Pain back of great trochanter, extending down thigh, posteriorly, then towards knee ; anteriorly, embracing patella, down tibia to ankle ; pain relieved somewhat by flexion of knee.
Deep drawing boiling sensation ; hopeless, pale, emaciated ; dyspnoea or fainting spells from slightest exertion. θ Sciatica.
Neuralgia in hip, with severe burning, tearing and drawing pain, not allowing affected part a moment’s rest. θ Sciatica.
Sciatica brought on by staying in damp, cold cellar.
Tearing and shooting in hip, thigh and groin.
Twitching in hips. θ Whooping cough.
Violent drawing, tearing pain in hips and left foot.
Cramp in thighs, calves and toes in evening, in bed ; followed by lassitude.
Complaints predominate on inner side of thigh.
Intolerable itching of thighs.
Buttocks sore to touch.
Spells of violent pain on posterior surface of thigh, calves and heels ; < from every attempt to walk, relief from bending knee and hip joints (flexing, etc., in abdomen). θ Rheumatism.
Pain in knee joint, as if beaten.
Swelling and pain of knees.
Cracking of knees when walking.
Stiffness and immobility of knees and feet. θ Scirrhus.
The knees feel as if bandaged.
Periodical elastic swelling of knee, can bear moderate pressure without increasing the pain ; pain in knee very severe, extending to hip and ankle joint, as of scraping over long bones. θ Rheumatism.
Stiffness of knees and feet, alternating with tearing pains.
Itching herpes in bends of knees. θ Scabies.
Itching tetters in hollow of knee.
Coldness, especially of knees and feet.
Knees cold, head and ears hot.
Tearing in tibia.
Cramp in calves.
Cramp and drawing in muscles of calves. θ Colic.
Frequent cramp in calves. θ Intervals of epileptic attacks.
Uneasiness in lower limbs, cannot lie still at night, has to change position of feet constantly or walk about to get relief.
Sensation as if lower limbs would break down, on going up-stairs.
Weariness in feet.
Weakness of feet, numbness.
Numbness, stiffness and insensibility of feet, with occasional swelling and great pain.
Drawing pain in legs when resting feet upon floor, while sitting.
Dull aching pain in right leg below knee, somewhat increased by walking, but especially < at night after becoming warm in bed ; oval prominence on tibia about four inches below knee, hard and immovable and very sensitive to touch, with slight redness ; later, similar pain
and tenderness on outer surface of right ulna.
Pain in lower limbs. θ Intermittent.
White swelling of limb, with intermittent fever and weakening diarrhoea. θ Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Swelling of lower limbs, with violent pain.
dematous swelling of left leg.
dema of legs. θ Gonarthrocace.
Swelling of feet. θ Bright’s disease.
Feet oedematous, swollen, ice cold and numb. θ Heart disease.
Feet oedematous. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Extremities oedematous. θ Albuminuria.
Instep oedematous, leg and thighs very much swollen, the skin erysipelatous. θ Pyamia.
Swelling of feet, oedematous ; great exhaustion.
Hard blue red swelling of feet.
Swelling of feet, hard, burning, shining, with red spots or blue black blisters.
Hot and shining swelling of feet.
Horses : swelling of forefeet ; ailments of hoof or cleft of hoof.
Distension of veins of feet. θ Varices.
Right limb swollen and full of suppurating pimples, with an unbearable itching.
After suppressed foot sweat. θ Palpitation of heart.
Intolerable itching of feet.
Itching swelling of feet.
Old ulcers on lower limbs, with burning and lancinating pains.
Old ulcers on legs, with burning and stinging.
Pain in an ulcerated leg so violent that it waked her up at 4 A. M., and prevented her from sleeping.
Ulcer on foot surrounded by a gangrenous crust.
After opening an abscess on left heel, edges of wound mortified. θ Peritonitis of os calcis.
Tearing in heels.
Loss of power of toes ; walking is performed with soles.
Stitches which cause her to shudder, from little left toe to great toe.
Violent tearing, drawing pain from ankle bones down over heel to sole of foot, only ameliorated when leg is flexed on abdomen. θ Rheumatism.
Cold feeling in soles of feet.
Soles of feet as if made of wood and do not feel the ground.
Festering sores or ulcers on soles of feet and toes.
Blisters on bottom of feet, at night discharging a light yellow fetid water.
Rending pain in soles.
Spreading blisters form ulcers on soles and toes.
Sore pain on balls of toes, while walking, as if chafed.
Toes drawn downward.
Crumbling, misshapen toe nails.
LIMBS IN GENERAL.
Heaviness of limbs. θ Intermittent.
Neuralgia of extremities.
Painful feeling of fatigue, penetrating to marrow in bones of limbs. θ Rheumatism.
Gouty and rheumatic pains, drawing and lacerating, particularly in limbs, with inability to lie on affected part, and diminution of pains when moving it.
Aching in all the limbs. θ Bright’s disease.
Neuralgic pains in forearms and legs, increase and decrease gradually ; < from cold air or cold water.
Pain in limbs, jumping from place to place.
Restlessness of limbs during whooping cough.
A general lack of will-power in upper and lower limbs ; numbness, or sensation of heaviness.
Trembling of limbs. θ In drunkards.
Twitching ; trembling ; violent starting while falling asleep.
Excessive weakness and exhaustion of limbs oblige him to lie down.
Contraction of limbs from paralysis of extensors.
Hands and feet as if mummified ; skin hangs in folds.
Stiff, lame limbs. θ Yellow fever.
Hands and feet swollen, burning pain, but feel cold to touch.
Limbs cold. θ Cystitis. θ Pneumonia.
Cold hands and feet, with occasionally cold feeling all over. θ Colicodynia.
REST, POSITION, MOTION.
From climbing mountains or other muscular exertions : want of breath, prostration, sleeplessness and other ailments.
Cannot remain in same position.
Lying in bed : gloomy forebodings ; asthma.
Lying on back : pains about navel <; burning pain in back.
Lying down : must, on account of weakness ; pains worse.
Sitting up in bed : toothache better.
Must sit up in bed : asthma.
Sitting : stitching in hemorrhoids.
Sitting bent : ovarian pains worse.
Half-sitting posture : sleeps in that way.
Motion : flushes and chilliness with irritability ; sensation of brain beating against skull ; head confused in paraplegia ; headache <; eyes more painful ; ovarian pains <; constriction of chest <; > gouty and rheumatic pains in limbs ;
causes fainting ; < heat.
Walking : reels with headache ; relieves pain in supraorbital region and teeth ; headache <; stitches in hemorrhoids ; cough in open air ; causes fainting ; in open air, shuddering.
Ascending : asthma <; constriction of chest ; aggravates valvular troubles.
Must move : head and feet in hemicrania ; cannot lie still.
Bending over : ovarian pains worse.
Rising up in bed : beating in head <; excessive nausea And vomiting.
Turning in bed : breathless.
Cannot rest in any place ; changing his position continually ; wants to go from one to another, and lies now here and now there.
Restless, constantly moving head and limbs.
It was impossible for her to remain in same position, and with the slightest change of position of the affected limb, she had to scream. θ Acute rheumatism.
During spells, restless ; moves head and limbs to and fro, and imagines that he gets some relief from so doing. θ Megrim.
Tossing about from side to side. θ Summer complaint.
Great restlessness, cannot remain seated, runs around, creeps on hands and feet. θ Cystitis.
Great restlessness with fear and anxiety.
Restless, fretful, dread of death. θ Headache.
Great restlessness and anxiety, constant moving of head and limbs, whilst the trunk lies still on account of too great weakness. θ Typhus.
Anxious restlessness. θ Gastritis. θ Peritonitis. θ Ovarian
dropsy. θ Uterine cancer. θ Panaritium. θ Scarlatina.
Great restlessness with much thirst. θ Iritis rheumatica.
Great restlessness and exhaustion. θ Prosopalgia.
Great restlessness after suppressed hives.
Great restlessness. θ Neuralgia of trigeminus. θ Scurvy. θ Cancer
of stomach. θ Dysentery. θ Cystitis. θ Ovaritis.
θ Dysmenorrhoea. θ dema pulmonum. θ Asthma.
θ Chronic intestinal catarrh. θ Coxalgia. θ Eclampsia.
θ Measles. θ Smallpox. θ Carbuncle.
Restlessness and anxiety. θ During heat of intermittent.
General discomfort. θ Before intermittent.
Trembling. θ Hematemesis. θ Chlorosis.
Trembling of limbs. θ Dysentery. θ Typhus. θ In
drunkards. θ With cough.
Jerks in body when falling asleep, like electric shocks.
After grief, clonic spasms ; face and limbs were convulsed, he uttered a roar involuntarily while conscious ; a man, at. 65.
Clonic or tonic spasms in different places. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Spasms preceded by burning heat of whole body. θ Eclampsia.
Hysterical spasms, followed by exhaustion.
Before spasm, drawing in limbs, longing to lie down ; when they come on, sudden jerk through body or icy coldness from head down back ; loss of consciousness, stretches and writhes, and then draws limbs together ; abdomen rises and falls rapidly
with rumbling ; at times distortion of facial muscles. θ Tetanus.
Epileptic convulsions preceded by a sensation of warm air streaming up spine into head, vertigo, loss of consciousness and falling down.
Convulsion with opisthotonos ; foam at mouth.
Convulsions. θ With whooping cough.
Epileptic attacks (oftener Calcarea arsenica).
Stiffness and immobility of all joints.
Inability to make any movement. θ Typhus.
Feels extremely tired all over.
Thinks himself strong until he attempts to rise. θ Typhoid.
Weary, averse to all bodily effort ; weariness increases so that he cannot sleep.
Exhaustion from slightest exertion, must lie down.
Great exhaustion. θ Dysentery. θ Uterine cancer. θ Tuberculosis.
θ Gonarthrocace. θ Ascites. θ Scirrhus
mamma. θ Hematemesis.
The child is very weak ; the slightest effort seems to exhaust it, such as vomiting, etc.
Weakness, obliging him to lie down, he feels stronger when doing so.
Great weakness and restlessness. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Hamoptysis.
Great weariness and weakness. θ Intermittent.
Pains very debilitating. θ Toothache.
Excessive debility. θ Scurvy. θ Carbuncle. θ Chlorosis.
Great debility and fainting. θ Rheumatism. θ Carbuncle.
Debility from overworking.
Rapid and complete prostration.
Prostration, vertigo, singing in ears, deafness. θ Typhus.
Extreme prostration. θ Megrim. θ Cancer of stomach. θ Chronic
intestinal catarrh. θ Asthma. θ Pneumonia. θ Tuberculosis.
θ Paralysis. θ Typhus. θ Scarlatina.
Extreme prostration and rapid emaciation. θ Typhus. θ Intermittent.
Aphasia ; left arm and foot paralyzed. θ After apoplectic condition with great prostration.
Great prostration, with waxy paleness and coldness of skin.
Relaxation of muscles.
Prostration in his feet.
Soon prostrated by illness. θ Gastritis.
Sudden prostration. θ Intestinal catarrh. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Excessive prostration ; general rapid sinking of strength.
Great sinking of strength. θ Apyrexia of intermittent. θ Measles. θ Smallpox.
Sudden sinking of strength. θ Latter stage of peritonitis. θ Metritis.
Very rapid sinking of strength. θ Intermittent. θ Yellow fever.
Sudden sinking of strength ; cold sweat, fear of death.
Sliding down in bed. θ Typhus.
Violent deep fainting fits.
Faint, anxious and weak, early in morning.
Fainting with vertigo and swelling of face.
Fainting. θ Hematemesis. θ Gastralgia. θ Intermittent.
θ Dysentery. θ Chlorosis.
Sometimes shortly after paroxysm fainting spells, especially if she has an urging for stool. θ Relapsed intermittent.
Fainting from motion, from walking about, from coughing or speaking. θ Hematemesis.
Slight attacks of fainting-like weakness with constriction of chest. θ Acute rheumatism of joints.
Fainting attacks with exhaustion. θ Typhus.
Fainting from weakness, with scarcely perceptible pulse.
Electro-muscular contractility diminished.
Want of bodily irritability.
Complete paraplegia, skin of legs cold, soft, flaccid ; slightest spontaneous motion impossible.
Cannot talk, left arm and foot lame after an apoplectic condition with great prostration.
Paraplegia ; skin of legs cold, flaccid ; great prostration.
Paralysis : with gressus gallinaceus, also from lead poisoning ; after neuralgia ; of limbs which were oedematous before ; particularly of extensors ; with atrophy of muscles ; generally of both sides ; especially of lower extremities ; more
frequent than apoplexy.
Yawning and stretching.
Frequent spasmodic yawning. θ Paraplegia.
Every two or three seconds she has to gap ; girl, at. 7. θ Summer complaint.
Inability to go to bed.
Jerking of limbs when falling asleep ; sometimes excited by pains felt in distant parts.
Frequent attacks of somnolence in daytime while sitting.
Half slumber broken by moaning and grating teeth. θ Typhus.
Drowsiness interrupted by uneasy dreams and great anxiety.
Slumber and slight delirium.
From midnight till morning light slumber, disturbed by frequent waking with a burning or sore pain in chest. θ Asthma.
When chill lessens falls into a deep sleep ; gets awake after heat has lasted a while. θ Intermittent.
Sopor from which she often awakes, but only for a short time. θ Typhus.
Sopor in evening.
Sleep full of tiresome dreams ; unrefreshing.
Dreams : full of care, sorrow and fear ; about thunderstorms ; of fire ; of black water and darkness ; of death and dead persons ; misfortunes ; embarrassments and vexations.
Talks in his sleep, divulged a secret which otherwise would not have passed his lips. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Trembling in sleep ; grasping at head. θ Typhus.
Grasping at flocks.
At night sleep, alternating with raving and different visions.
Only half asleep, constantly disturbed with moaning and grating of teeth.
Frequent startings in and from sleep.
Jumps out of bed.
Worse during sleep.
Pains are felt most at night, during sleep or after lying down.
Fatigue seemingly increased by sleep.
Restless, anxious, < at night. θ Rheumatism.
Sleep restless, disturbed by frightful dreams. θ Intermittent.
Restless nights, weak, fatigued, greyish-yellow complexion ; no appetite. θ Intermittent.
Worse at night. θ Colic. θ Pericarditis. θ Carbuncle,
Pains < at night. θ Scirrhus uteri.
Complains of pains and restlessness at night. θ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Itching and burning < at night. θ Crusta lactea.
Nightly burning pain like fire with great restlessness. θ Scirrhus mamma.
Nightly burning or a terrible itching. θ Eczema.
Severe burning pain < at night. θ Herpes.
Burning as if hot water was flowing through bloodvessels, with anxious heat and restlessness, and with desire to uncover.
Sleep anxious, unquiet.
Sleep in a half-sitting posture.
If getting awake at night, difficulty to fall asleep again.
Sometimes awakened with horrible anxiety, palpitation and restlessness, fear of death.
Awakens from restless sleep with anxiety and palpitation, after improvement has commenced. θ Intermittent.
Wakens from sleep after heat with singing and buzzing in ears, and very little sweat. θ Intermittent.
Awakened by pains ; especially about midnight.
Worse about midnight. θ Diphtheria. θ Peritonitis. θ Intestinal
catarrh. θ Chronic catarrh of bowels. θ Metritis. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
θ Uterine cancer. θ Panaritium. θ Sciatica.
θ Measles. θ dema pulmonalis. θ Typhus.
Sleep disturbed after 3 A. M. ; she gets up in a fright.
The evening aggravation continues until after midnight. θ Acute rheumatism.
Awoke about 3 A. M., feeling burning hot internally though cool externally to touch ; then came a heavy lumbar headache, with heaviness and distress in stomach. θ Ophthalmia.
Sleepless until 3 A. M.
Great restlessness during sleep ; constant tossing and turning ; everything seems to worry.
Sleeplessness, with restlessness and moaning.
Nightly restlessness, with great anguish about heart.
Sleepless from anguish, restless, tossing about, < after midnight.
Sleepless, pulse 100, delirious at night, unquenchable thirst and loss of appetite. θ Pyamia.
Sleepless nights with coryza.
Sleeplessness. θ Gonarthrocace.
Sleepless, and towards morning a slumber with frightful dreams. θ Bright’s disease.
Sleeplessness < night before an attack. θ Apyrexia in intermittent.
Sleeplessness. θ Ulcer on heel ; periostitis of os calcis.
From climbing mountains or other muscular exertions : want of breath, prostration, cannot sleep, and other ailments.
After sleep and end of heat, great desire for something refreshing ; she wants wine with water, coffee, etc. θ Relapsed intermittent.
After sleep, great weariness. θ Intermittent.
After sleep, feels as if he had not slept enough ; eyes are weary ; cannot get out of bed.
Evening : periodical throbbing in head ; swollen frontal eminences <; otalgia <; loss of breath ; constriction of chest and anxiety ; chilliness in chest ; cramp in legs ; sopor ; crawling.
At 2 P. M. : headache begins to lessen.
At 3 P. M. : chill.
At 10 P. M. : ophthalmia decreased.
At 12 P. M. : springs out of bed with asthma.
After midnight : restlessness and anxiety <; ophthalmia <; diarrhoea <; asthma >; coldness of extremities <; heat with anxiety.
Night : periodical throbbing in head ; pains of erysipelas <; pulsating stitches in eyes ; pains in and over eyes reach their acme ; diarrhoea <; hemorrhoids more painful ; croup <; cough <; no expectoration ; hamoptysis ; palpitation
<; valvular troubles are aggravated ; rheumatic pains in arm <; cannot lie still ; pains <; restlessness <; itching and burning <; chilliness ; heat.
Day and night : colic.
Midnight till morning : restless slumber.
At 2 A. M. : cramp in stomach ; asthma ; fever and sweat.
From 1 to 5 A. M. : angina pectoris.
Until 3 A. M. : sleepless.
About 3 A. M. : awaked by fever and backache.
After 3 A. M. : sleep disturbed.
After 4 A. M. : no sleep from pain in ulcerated leg.
Morning : periodical throbbing in head ; putrid sweet taste ; diarrhoea ; hacking cough ; faint, anxious, weak, sweat ; rigor with cramp in chest.
At 5 A. M. : ophthalmia begins.
At 7 A. M. : headache begins.
From 10 to 11 A. M. : chill.
At 11 A. M. : headache reaches climax.
Forenoon : coldness ; fever attacks mostly begin.
Noon : ophthalmia at acme ; paroxysm of fever.
Afternoon chill towards 4 o’clock : conjunctivitis periodical.
Daytime : expectoration ; chill, sweat at night.
TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER.
Changes of warmth and cold : oppressed breathing.
Cold washing : beating in head >.
Cold damp cellars : induce attacks of sciatica and asthma.
Cold weather : sore nose <; excites toothache.
Stormy weather : oppressed breathing.
Cold water : makes teeth sensitive.
Sea bathing : induces many complaints.
Open air : headache <; heaviness of head >; head sensitive to ; ophthalmia >; humming in ears >; suffocative cough when walking.
Uncovering ; head <.
Warm wraps : head >.
Warm applications : generally > ophthalmia.
Warm clothing : oppressed breathing <.
Warm room : humming in ears <.
Heat : hemorrhoids >.
Hot stove : toothache >.
The paroxysm begins with stretching, gaping, unpleasant feeling, greater weariness and slight crawls over the back after drinking. θ Intermittent.
Gaping, stretching, awkward feeling and great weariness, has to lie down, before the paroxysm. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Every morning stretching of limbs, gaping, emptiness in head, thirst, and after drinking immediately chilliness and crawling. θ Quotidian intermittent.
Before chill, fainting, cutting in abdomen like knives, empty eructations with pain in stomach, begins with anxiety ; frequent vomiting of yellowish-bitter water ; vomiting of food with constant nausea ; vomiting of bile and mucus with great straining : when chill
passes off they fall into a deep sleep. θ Intermittent.
Coldness, gaping, headache, and greater weakness ; soon after rigor with headache. θ Intermittent.
Attacks begin with vertigo, great prostration, gradually increasing heat, ending in long-lasting sweat. θ Intermittent.
Nursing children have no distinct chill ; must be covered ; very thirsty.
Internal coldness, skin not feeling cold.
Skin cool. θ Ascites.
Cold dry skin. θ Dysentery.
Coldness over entire body. θ Hematemesis.
Coldness of body with much thirst. θ Typhus.
Coldness of body. θ Yellow fever.
While sitting, or in bed, feet are cold. θ Intermittent.
Coldness of extremities ; < after midnight.
Sensation of coldness in ulcers.
Coldness of whole body, pale, sunken face, very sickly appearance, lips pale, rigor, pains in limbs, contraction of chest, breathing impeded, restless, trembling. θ Quotidian.
Coldness at night, stretching, headache, and pain in right eyeball, troublesome when moving eye. θ Intermittent.
Concomitants of cold state : colic and loose stool, nausea, head benumbed, unconsciousness, tearing in lower limbs, drawing in all limbs, as if beaten in thighs, cramps in chest, difficult breathing, stretching of limbs, desire to urinate and frequent
urination, hunger. θ Intermittent.
With shivering and coldness appear pains or other complaints. θ Intermittent.
Crawling in evening with stretching of limbs and anxious restlessness.
Shuddering : particularly after drinking, with chilliness ; after dinner ; when walking in open air ; at beginning of fever before chill.
Feels chilly and hovers near stove. θ Megrim.
Chill gradually increasing to shaking rigor.
Violent chill with shaking ; every afternoon at 3 o’clock, or in evening.
Chill without thirst at 10 or 11 A. M., shaking chill felt as though running down his back, blue surface, shrunken skin. θ Intermittent.
Night chilliness, only on face and feet.
Chill as from cold water trickling down back.
Chill on lower part of body.
Coldness and chill renewed after drinking and after eating. θ Intermittent.
Drinking increases chill and causes vomiting. θ Intermittent.
Chill : > after eating ; more hunger than thirst ; > after rising from bed ; < out-doors.
Clonic spasms during chill.
Blue nails and lips during chill.
Amelioration of pains after chill. θ Intermittent.
During chill and heat many of concomitant symptoms become aggravated.
Chill and no thirst, 10 A. M. ; skin shrunken ; lips and nails blue.
During chills generally no thirst. θ Intermittent.
Soon after prodromic coldness of body, blue nails, chill in back, rigor, inner trembling, with violent pains in back and sacrum, contraction of chest, difficult breathing and emptiness in head. θ Relapse
Forenoon coldness, morbid appearance, blue lips, violent headache, rigor, shaking of teeth, contraction of chest. θ Intermittent.
As soon as rigor is abating, she gets an irresistible hunger, she has to eat something, notwithstanding that she knows it renews the chill. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Often rigor with gooseflesh. θ Dropsy.
Cold as ice.
Undefined development of chill and heat ; either simultaneously, or in alternation.
Chilly and feverish, mostly towards sundown.
Heat mixed up with chill. θ Intermittent.
Frequent chilliness alternates with heat. θ Rheumatism.
Internal chill, with external heat and red cheeks.
Burning heat internally, with a cold external surface. θ Scarlatina.
Cold inside and burning hot outside. θ Intermittent.
Chill without thirst followed by heat with much thirst and no sweat ; or sweat comes hours afterwards, whereupon ailments all increase ; liver and spleen are swollen. θ Dropsy.
One hour after chill heat all over, burning, dry, very frequent drinking. θ Intermittent.
Intermittent begins with chill or thirst, followed by heat sooner or later, with much thirst and no sweat, or sweat at a later hour, whereupon all earlier ailments are increased.
After coldness at night for two hours, dry heat, mouth dry, thirst ; restless, anxious, throbbing and beating through whole body ; sleepless. θ Intermittent.
Chill without thirst followed by heat with much thirst and no sweat, or sweat at a later hour, whereupon all earlier ailments increase ; liver and spleen are swollen, even dropsical symptoms present themselves. θ Intermittent.
Intermitting chills, fever and sweat. θ Tuberculosis.
Heat following chill is dry, unbearable, lasts three or four hours, with painful tension and pressure in both hypochondria ; fulness in epigastrium ; pressing pain in forehead ; restlessness, anxiety and thirst. θ Relapse
After coldness, heat, with burning in whole body, it runs hot through all veins ; anxiety, restlessness, great weariness ; thirst, and desire for acids ; pain in left hypochondrium. θ Quotidian
With chill, forehead hot, heat in face and cold hands. θ Intermittent.
Cold feet and hot hands.
Coldness of knees, with heat of head and ears.
External coldness, with cold, clammy sweat. θ Whooping cough.
General coldness, with parchment-like dryness of skin, or with profuse, cold, clammy perspiration.
During day chill, at night sweat.
Cold or sweat on diseased parts.
Cold, dry skin, alternating with cold sweat. θ Dysentery.
Dry, burning heat.
Persistent burning heat of skin. θ Measles. θ Hepatitis.
Great burning. θ Carbuncle.
Heat predominates, lasts from two to four hours, violent burning, almost unbearable, glowing heat all over. θ Intermittent.
Internal burning heat.
Complains of violent internal heat and thirst while vomiting.
Heat at night, as if hot water was poured over one.
Sensation as if blood in arteries was boiling hot.
Internal burning, dry heat ; inclination to uncover.
In fevers, patient desires to be kept covered ; drinks little and often ; cold water disagrees, produces chilliness, pain, instant vomiting.
^^ Burning heat, with unquenchable thirst.
Burning fever, great thirst, drinking little but often ; marked prostration ; dry, parched tongue. θ Intermittent.
Thirst only during hot stage, drinks often a little.
Dry heat evening and night, with thirst and frequent drinking of but a small quantity at a time.
Heat, with desire for drink, but no thirst.
Heat intense, burning, delirium and unconsciousness.
Feeling of heat, with anxiety after 12 P. M.
Internal heat, burning dry, with anxiousness at night.
Heat and restless anxiety. θ Icterus.
Heat increases gradually, with restlessness, anxiety and tension, with pressure in spleen. θ Intermittent.
Great heat and restlessness, with nosebleed.
Heat at night without thirst and without sweat.
Heat increased by motion, talking, coughing, when walking ; lessened by coffee.
Internal heat, with burning in veins. θ Whooping cough.
Heat increasing gradually, with restlessness, anxiety, pain in spleen ; fulness in pit of stomach ; thirst for sour drinks. θ Intermittent.
Heat, with abatement of headache ; restless ; thirsty ; great weariness and sleep. θ Intermittent.
After heat commences, pains and other complaints having commenced with cold state lessen, or are replaced by new symptoms. θ Intermittent.
During heat : anxiety, restlessness ; burning intolerable ; thirst, especially for warm drinks ; tension about spleen ; nosebleed.
Concomitants of heat : restlessness, anxiousness ; coming from scrobiculum ; throbbing and pulsating in whole body ; delirious ; painful tension in hypochondriac regions, most in left ; gnawing and burning in region of
stomach ; pain in bones, small of back, forehead ; nausea, difficulty of breathing ; skin dry and burning ; thirst, dry mouth, with frequent drinking, but not much, sometimes a great desire for acids and acidulated drinks. θ Intermittent.
At end of heat, often nausea, vomiting, especially after drinking ; weariness and sleep. θ Intermittent.
After heat lessened, great drowsiness and sweat in sleep. θ Quotidian intermittent.
She feels very much exhausted after heat, and finally falls asleep. θ Relapse of intermittent.
After fever, attack of headache.
Fever and sweat every afternoon.
Heat at night, with sweat of face and feet.
Fever at 2 A. M. ; sweat in face and on feet, and tension in hypochondria and epigastrium, producing anxiety and colicky pains.
First heat, then sweat.
Sweat at end of fever, with cessation of all previous symptoms.
Sweat comes some time after heat, or not at all. θ Intermittent.
Sweat staining brownish, yellow.
Sweat cold, clammy, smelling sour, or offensive ; with exhaustion.
Cold, clammy sweat. θ Peritonitis. θ Typhus. θ Yellow
fever. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Cold sweat. θ Cystitis. θ Summer complaint. θ Dysentery.
θ Pericarditis. θ Apyrexia intermittent. θ Scarlatina.
Sweat, with aversion to uncover.
Sweating on going to sleep ; goes off after sleeping a little.
Sweat in morning, after nightly heat.
Profuse morning sweat, which does not relieve. θ Rheumatism of knee.
Sweat abating after sleep.
Sweats too easily, or while sitting, while eating, and after eating or drinking.
Sweat lessened by motion.
Sweat not appearing at all. θ Intermittent.
Sweat not before night, and scanty, often only in face and on chest, of short duration. θ Relapsed intermittent.
Sweat on back parts, occiput, neck, etc.
Profuse sweat about knees, at night.
Sweat on lower part of body.
All symptoms of first stages > during sweat. θ Intermittent.
Only free from pain during sweat. θ Rheumatism.
Sweat does not appear during heat, but later, combined with thirst, often buzzing of ears, heaviness of head ; vertigo and trembling. θ Intermittent.
Concomitants of the sweat : anxiety ; talkativeness ; face pale or red ; nausea, bitter vomit ; unquenchable thirst ; nose running ; fingers like dead ; swelling of feet.
Sleep after sweat.
Cold perspiration, with great prostration.
Cough ends with sweat. θ Whooping cough.
Cold and clammy sweat, with great exhaustion from least effort.
Sweat weakening, even to fainting.
Paroxysms irregular, most daily, in morning, sometimes omitting a day or two.
Attacks begin mostly in forenoon. θ Intermittent.
In morning, rigor, with cramp in chest ; later, dry, burning hot skin ; pulse small, weak, frequent ; complains of headache ; dry mouth and lips ; incessant drinking, but little at time ; great desire for sour things ; restless and moaning ; heat
lasted three hours ; evening after fever ; great weakness and soreness in limbs ; no sweat, but frequent drinking. θ Intermittent.
The third day, in forenoon, coldness, pale face, rigor, trembling, restlessness and crying, followed by heat, with sleep and moaning ; finally a little sweat and frequent drinking. θ A boy with intermittent.
Paroxysm coming on about 12 noon, or 1 o’clock P. M. θ Intermittent.
With various stages of fever always appear other symptoms. θ Intermittent.
After paroxysm : weakness, fulness in upper abdomen ; less appetite ; desire for something refreshing, or wine or coffee ; slow, insufficient stool. θ Intermittent.
Evening after paroxysm, indisposed, cross ; several diarrheic stools. θ A boy with intermittent.
After paroxysm, great weariness and weakness, no appetite ; constant desire for acids or something refreshing. θ Quotidian.
Icterus after intermittent.
Never clear of symptoms during apyrexia. θ Intermittent.
Quotidian and other intermittent fevers.
Chill in afternoon, followed by dry evening heat, and later sweat.
Quotidian, tertian and quartan fevers, with indistinct chilliness and heat, with great restlessness and thirst, or else without thirst during chilliness and heat.
Intermittent incompleta ; chill intermixed with heat, or heat and chilliness follow each other in rapid succession.
Absence of either chill or heat or sweat. θ Intermittent.
Intermittent relapsing after quinine.
Fevers which are intermittent and tend towards a typhoid state.
Typhoid fever : slow, protracted cases, with mild delirium ; loss of consciousness ; great anxiety ; erethism, even with the greatest prostration ; hippocratic face ; cheeks burning hot, circumscribed red ; face distorted ; eyes glistening, staring or sunken, or closed with sticky matter ; lips dry, cracked, even black ; mouth lined with a brown or black slime ; great thirst, but drinking little at a time ; fluids roll audibly into stomach ; stools watery, foul, often involuntary ; oppression ; dry cough, fetid breath ; white, miliary eruption ; petechia ; blood oozes from dry lips and from anus ; skin hot, dry, parchment-like ; or covered with cold, clammy sweat ; cadaverous odor from body ; weakness so great he slides down in bed ; lower jaw drops.
Yellow fever ; black vomit ; indifference, stupid expression ; delirium, etc.
Irritative fever ; hectic ; marked emaciation ; hot, dry skin by day, sweating at night ; exceedingly irritable both in mind and body.
Hectic fever. θ Gonarthrocace.
Typhoid symptoms. θ Scarlatina.
Asthenic cases of smallpox.
Typhus tertianus anteponens.
Periodical complaints ; return of complaints when year comes round.
Every morning : stretching of limbs, gaping ; emptiness in head.
Every afternoon : burning pains in eyes ; violent chill with shaking ; fever and sweat.
LOCALITY AND DIRECTION.
Right : pain in eyeball ; otorrhoea ; burning mucus from nostril ; pain in hypochondrium ; pain in abdomen and groin ; pains in ovary ; stitches in upper chest ; ventricle hypertrophied ; tearing and jerking in shoulder ; rheumatic pains in elbow ; leg swollen and covered with suppurating pimples.
Left : pain in head and face ; pains in supra and infraorbital regions ; otorrhoea ; cancerous sore on upper lip ; drawing around lower border of ribs ; drawing, stitching under hypochondrium ; contractive pain in groin ; burning in chest ; stitches in chest during inspiration ; neuralgia in left arm ; reddish spot on elbow joint ; blisters on leg ; paralysis of arm and foot ; joints of hand deformed ; abscess in heel.
From below up : stitches in sternum ; warm air streaming up spine.
As if there was some by his side who did all that he was doing ; as if brain moved and beat against skull ; like a hot wire thrust through ramifications of fifth pair of nerves ; as of sand in eyes ; as if bruised over nose and in forehead, as if head would burst ; brain as if torn to pieces ; as if cats were tearing brain to pieces ; as if eyes were drawing into head ; as if eyes had no room in orbit ; as if lids were dry and rubbing on ball ; lower lip as if burnt ; as from red-hot needles in swollen upper lip ; as if teeth were elongated and loose ; tongue as if paralyzed ; as though tongue was too heavy ; tongue as if burnt ; as if stomach and oesophagus were being made raw by an acid corroding substance ; r. groin as if sprained ; as if she was passing sand through rectum ; chest as if excoriated ; as if chest was bound with a hoop ; nape as if bruised ; as if hot water was flowing through bloodvessels ; as if had not slept enough ; as if cold water was trickling down back ; as if something were torn loose in left hypochondrium, also in pit of stomach, when yawning ; as if intestines were tied up (colic) ; as if abdomen would burst before stool ; as if inhaling dust ; as if something was digging into throat from before backward ; as if she had a load in upper part of both lungs ; as if lower limbs would break down on going up-stairs ; a sense of warm air streaming up spine ; as if broken, small of back ; as if bandaged, knees ; as of scraping over long bones in leg ; as if made of wood, soles of feet.
Painful feeling of fatigue penetrating to marrow, in limbs.
Like cold water running down back.
It runs hot through all the veins. θ Heat of intermittent.
Undefined pain : in eyes ; in eyelids ; in epigastrium, stomach and abdomen ; about navel ; in right side of abdomen spreading to right groin and scrotum ; between scapula ; in arm lain on ; in sacrum ; in liver ; in knees ; in lower limbs ; in spleen ; in gangrenous ulcers.
Agonizing pain : from precordial region into neck and occiput.
Lancinating : in stomach ; in chest ; and burning in abdomen ; in uterine region, from rectum to anus and pudenda ; in old ulcers on legs ; in inflammatory swellings ; in scirrhus.
Cutting : like knives, in abdomen, darting through abdominal ring.
Lacerating : in arms ; in lower limbs.
Darting : through upper right lung.
Piercing pain : in muscles.
Boring : in right supraorbital region, over eye into teeth ; in a small spot in temple ; in stomach and intestines.
Stitches : in head ; from left meatus auditorius outward ; in epigastrium and stomach ; in spleen ; in right hypochonder ; in region of liver ; in left hypochonder ; from abdomen into vagina ; in groins ; in hemorrhoids ; in renal region ; in rectum ; in sides ; in upper right chest ; in left chest ; in sternum ; stitches from ovary into thigh.
Sticking : in ulcer on cornea ; in lids.
Stinging : in forehead to eyes ; in eyelids ; in ulcer on right ala nasi ; in face ; in upper lip ; in oesophagus ; in stomach and epigastrium ; in abdomen ; in hemorrhoids ; in old ulcers on legs.
Pricking : occipital headache ; suborbital left side ; in ulcer on cornea ; in rectum ; in glans penis ; in orbit.
Shooting : in finger, after removal of wart ; in hip.
Tearing pain : in right supraorbital region ; over eye into teeth ; in brain ; around eyes ; from left meatus auditorius outward ; in left half of face ; in stomach and intestines ; in abdomen ; in urethra ; in back and legs ; in right shoulder and joint and down arm ; from elbow into axilla ; from tips of fingers into shoulder ; in hip ; in left foot ; in knees and feet ; in tibia ; in heels ; in joints.
Rending : in soles of feet ; in muscles.
Drawing : in face ; from pit of stomach around lower border of left ribs ; under left hypochondrium ; in legs ; between scapula ; from small of back to shoulders ; in arms ; from elbow into axilla ; from tips of fingers into shoulder ; from ovary into thigh ; sciatica ; in hip ; in legs ; in left foot ; in limbs ; in joints.
Drawing stitching : from region of right ovary into thigh.
Drawing pressing : in right side of forehead ; from forehead to eyes.
Burning : in right supraorbital region ; over eye into teeth ; in forehead ; erysipelatous in head ; on head ; in eyes ; over orbit ; in ulcer on cornea ; on eyelids ; at nostrils ; in nose ; in ulcer in right ala nasi ; of cheeks ; in upper lip ; in cancerous ulcers on face ; pimples and vesicles on face ; in gums ; on tongue ; in mouth ; in throat ; in epigastrium ; in stomach ; in bowels ; in region of pylorus ; in region of liver ; in right hypochondrium ; in umbilical region, in anus and rectum ; in intestines ; in hemorrhoids ; in bladder ; in urethra ; in glans penis ; in ovaries ; uterine region ; in genitals ; in mamma ; in cancer of breast ; in larynx and trachea ; in chest ; in left chest ; about heart ; in spine ; in back ; in finger ; in ulcers on finger tips ; in hip ; in old ulcers on legs ; in veins ; in skin ; in joints ; in inflammatory swellings ; in ulcers ; in scirrhus ; anthrax.
Smarting : at nostrils, eruptions on neck, shoulders and sides.
Soreness : of eyelids ; in chest ; in axilla ; between fingers ; in balls of toes.
Raw feeling : in chest.
Beating : in eyes.
Pressing : as from a load on brain ; in forehead ; in occiput ; in forehead to eyes ; in epigastrium and stomach ; in both hypochonders ; in sternum.
Tensive pressing pain : from forehead and temples to occiput and nape of neck ; in spleen.
Pressive stitching in right ovarian region.
Jerking : toothache ; in gums ; from tips of fingers into shoulder ; through entire body ; of limbs on falling asleep.
Pinching : in stomach and abdomen.
Digging : in groins.
Gnawing : in pit of stomach.
Corroding : in stomach and intestines.
Boiling : in leg (sciatica).
Writhing or twisting : in abdomen.
Cramp : in stomach ; in intestines ; in bowels ; in chest ; in heart ; in thighs, calves and toes.
Constriction : of throat ; of oesophagus ; of stomach ; in abdomen ; in umbilical region ; in left groin ; of chest.
Neuralgic pain : in brain ; in eyes ; on left side of neck ; in left arm ; in hip ; in forearms and legs.
Rheumatic pains : from elbow up to shoulder ; in right elbow ; in limbs.
Gouty pains : in limbs.
Sprained feeling : in neck.
Bruised feeling : over nose and in forehead ; in swollen submaxillary glands ; in small of back ; between shoulders ; in neck ; in knee joint and thighs as if beaten.
Aching : in first lower bicuspid ; in stomach and epigastrium, extending into chest ; in chest after coughing ; dull, in right leg below knee ; in all limbs.
Dull pain : in left hypochondrium.
Tension : in both hypochonders ; in abdomen ; in ovary ; about spleen ; in epigastrium.
Tightness : of chest ; above heart.
Fulness : in pit of stomach ; after eating ; in chest ; in palms ; in upper abdomen.
Heaviness : in head ; in stomach ; in chest ; of limbs.
Weight : in head, forehead ; as of stone in stomach.
Throbbing : in eyes over root of nose ; in forehead ; pain in head ; in eyeball and around orbit ; in roots of teeth ; in uterine region ; in whole body (heat of intermittent).
Twitching : in eyes ; of facial muscles ; in hips.
Trembling : in pit of stomach.
Wabbling or swashing in brain.
Crawling : in stomach ; in limbs.
Tingling : in fingers.
Formication : along spine.
Stiffness : of neck ; of knees and feet.
Numbness : of teeth ; of feet ; of thigh.
Weakness : in head ; in pit of stomach ; in back ; in feet.
Weariness : in feet.
Exhausting pain : over left eye.
Uneasiness : in lower limbs.
Paralytic feeling : in upper limbs.
Stunning sensation : headache.
Heat : in head ; in eyes ; in oesophagus ; in stomach and epigastrium ; over whole body ; in chest.
Coldness : ice cold feeling in scalp ; in stomach ; in abdomen ; in chest ; in soles of feet ; internally ; in ulcers ; in back ; of body ; of limbs.
Itching : in scalp ; on head ; of face ; in upper lip ; pimples and vesicles on face ; of genitals ; in chest ; of thighs ; of feet ; of skin.
Hemorrhages bright red or black, fluid ; blood coagulates slowly or not at all.
After great losses of blood from uterus. θ Metritis.
After venesection or loss of blood otherwise. θ Hamoptysis.
Chlorosis with trembling, frequent fainting, extreme debility.
Septic changes in blood, exanthemata, ecchymoses, petechia, decubitus. θ Typhus.
Inflammation all around indurations on forearms, and spongeous excrescence on tip of thumb. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Burning in skin and veins. θ Hemorrhoids.
Burning in veins. θ Metritis.
Phlebitis with typhoid symptoms.
Inflammatory swellings with burning pains.
Distended veins of feet.
Varices burn like fire, particularly at night.
Violent pains in region of groins, thrombosis of great veins of that region. θ Pyamia.
Chronic inflammation of serous membranes, with copious, serous effusion.
Cold swelling of glands.
Scrofulous affections ; indurated glands, etc.
Diseases of mucous membranes.
Inflammation of periosteum ; tearing in bones ; diseases of bones.
Tearing, burning pain in limbs, particularly in joints, with pale swelling of affected parts, preventing sleep. θ Rheumatism.
Tearing, drawing pains in all joints of left side, with swelling ; joints of fingers and left hand deformed, contracted, immovable. θ Rheumatism.
Rending, piercing pain in muscles.
Muscles and skin rigid.
Muscles relaxed. θ Relapse of intermittent.
Inflammatory swellings, with burning, lancinating pains.
Face, abdomen, and all limbs, especially legs, are dropsically swelled.
Dropsy in various parts, albumen in urine. θ Bright’s disease.
Dropsy with unquenchable thirst.
Post-scarlatinal dropsy. θ Ascites.
Dropsy with turbid urine.
Dropsical swelling all over. θ Ovarian dropsy.
Dropsical affections. θ Scarlatina.
General anasarca, ascites and hydrothorax, with albuminuria.
General anasarca, with wax-like skin and great debility.
General anasarca ; skin pale, waxy or earth-colored ; great thirst. θ Albuminuria.
Anasarca, followed by oily, sweetish-smelling sweat.
Rapid emaciation, great loss of flesh, with cold sweat ; debility.
Emaciation and withering of affected parts.
Great emaciation, clay-colored face, blue margins around eyes, great weakness of all limbs, want of disposition to do anything and constant inclination to rest ; diarrhoea ; sometimes dry, hacking cough and night sweats. θ Atrophy of children.
Rapid emaciation ; atrophy of feet and finger tips.
Emaciation in children, with indigestion and diarrhoea, < in forenoon and after midnight ; small, yellow, watery, offensive stools, with thirst for small quantities of water ; afterwards dry, hacking cough and night sweats setting in.
Emaciation. θ Cancer of stomach. θ Chronic intestinal catarrh. θ Ovaritis. θ Scirrhus mamma. θ Coxalgia. θ Gonarthrocace. θ Typhus.
Emaciation, with want of appetite, or rather aversion to food. θ Horses.
Atrophy of children ; marasmus ; consumption.
A spongy excrescence on thumb, gets larger and larger, and pain more violent, so that it finally radiates to head. θ Cancerous inoculation.
Ulceration constantly extending in breadth.
Superficial ulcer, penetrating daily deeper, increasing in circumference, edges more and more everted.
Acrid, burning, corroding discharges, often extremely offensive.
Ulcers burn like fire ; pain even during sleep ; copious bloody pus or ichor ; bases blue, black, or lardaceous ; proud flesh ; > from heat.
Ulcers spread in circumference rather than in depth.
Ulcers with deficient pus ; with thin scurf and slight bleeding when bandaged.
Modifies the lancinating, burning pains ; or, in ulceration, the offensive excoriating discharges. θ Scirrhus.
Retards decomposition (in those fatally poisoned).
Anthrax, burning like fire ; cold, blue skin, dry as parchment, peeling off in large scales.
Sphacelus : parts look black, and burn like fire ; fetid smell.
Gangrena senilis sicca, with coldness, desire for more covering ; > from warmth.
Gangrene : > from heat ; (< from heat, Secale).
Gangrenous ulcers half an inch broad, causing insufferable pains, surrounded and partially covered with a gangrenous crust. θ Periostitis of os calcis.
TOUCH, PASSIVE MOTION, INJURIES.
Touch : scalp sensitive ; gums sensitive ; stomach sensitive ; splenic region sore ; abdomen painful.
Cannot lie on affected part : gout and rheumatism.
Rubbing : > sore pain in forehead.
Striking head : > toothache.
Desires to be covered : during fever.
Desires to be uncovered : during sweat.
Child > when carried about quickly.
Poisoning from decayed morbid or animal matter, by inoculation, inhalation, or swallowing.
After opening an abscess on heel, edges of wound mortified. θ Periostitis of os calcis.
After a bite into arm by a furious cat, pain ran up to shoulder ; delirium ; dry burning fever heat ; inclination to vomit.
After a violent kick from a cow against right ovary, aching shooting down into thigh ; limb feels numb and lame ; > in rest and at night ; < from motion ; < sitting bent or stooping ; burning pain, fever, waxy face ; emaciation ; in place of catamenia, thin offensive ichor.
Oversensitiveness of skin.
Burning and itching. θ Scabies.
Burning itching, parts painful after scratching.
Itching aggravated by scratching.
Itching of skin, if scratched a sore, burning sensation is left. θ Eczema.
Itching of skin after suppressed eruption. θ Amaurosis.
Skin pungent, hot and dry. θ Typhus.
In sickness without fever, dryness of skin.
Parchment-like dryness of skin.
Skin dry, shrivelled, wrinkled.
Skin rough, dry and dirty looking.
Coldness and blueness of skin.
Child emaciated to a skeleton ; skin white, dry, and like parchment. θ Scrofula.
Skin dry and scaly.
Disease began as a red spot, spread somewhat like a ringworm : covered with silvery scales ; scalp covered with a thick crust. θ A sort of lepra.
Bran-like, dry, scaly eruptions, with itching and burning ; the latter increased by scratching, followed by bleeding.
Eruption like fish scales.
Skin peels off in large scales.
Scales continually falling off, destroying hair.
Dry, scaly eruption, sometimes with a fetid, purulent secretion. θ Eczema.
Skin pale. θ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Wax-like, dirty white skin. θ Intermittent.
Skin very white and pasty-looking, later yellow, scaly.
Yellow skin. θ Typhus.
Dark brown color of whole body.
Brownish-white spots on skin.
It suits patients with liver spots, whose skins have a brown, muddy, unwashed appearance on parts covered by clothes.
Blue spots, particularly on abdomen, genitals and whites of eyes.
Skin wrinkled, dry, cold, blue. θ Cholera Asiatica.
Dark blisters on fingers or toes, burning like fire : spreading, having dark edges.
Very painful black eruption.
Black vesicles causing burning pain.
Red scorbutic-looking eruption.
Eruption resembling red petechia, from the size of a fleabite to that of a lentil.
On many places blood-filled blisters. θ Hemorrhoids.
Petechia, miliary eruption, or nettlerash. θ Dysentery.
Petechia, intermixed with scarlatina.
Black ecchymoses under skin in various places ; swollen gums. θ Morbus maculosus.
Petechia. θ Typhus.
White, miliary eruption. θ Typhus.
White rash. θ Febris puerperalis.
Eczema ; sore burning. θ After scarlatina.
Roseola spots on chest and abdomen. θ Typhus.
Eruptions most frequently dry.
Fine itching eruption, like sand.
Eruption caused by unsuitable food, salt fish, salt meat.
Measles, persistent burning skin ; rash too soon, or leaves suddenly ; face pale, earthy, or bloated ; thrush in mouth ; black measles, with sudden sinking of strength and nervous restlessness.
Attacks like croup appearing instead of usual eruption of hives or nettlerash.
Urticaria, with much burning and restlessness ; also after its recession. See croup.
Erysipelas ; also about joints.
Scarlatina, eruption delays, or suddenly pales, becomes livid, or intermixed with petechia ; malignant sore throat ; dropsy ; or eruption well out, but with disproportionate weakness, mild delirium, vomiting, etc.
Post-scarlatinal dropsy ; waxy skin ; morbus Brightii.
Vesicular eruptions ; itch-like pimples.
Inveterate cases of scabies.
Vesicles filled with blood on tips of fingers ; ulcers, with crusts under nails.
On trunk and limbs blisters filled with extravasated blood. θ Hemorrhoids.
Pimples and vesicles. θ Crusta lactea.
Large pale-red pustules, most painful at night.
Pimples burning violently, causing almost unendurable anguish.
Acuminated, whitish pimples, filled with watery fluid, commencing with itching and burning, especially on abdomen and hands, and between fingers.
Pustular eruptions. θ Scabies.
Small pustules, itch-like elevations break and exude a corroding fluid, which forms eating ulcers.
Red pustules, changing to ichorous, crusty, burning and spreading ulcers.
Variola, asthenic cases ; pustules sink, areola grow livid, also in hemorrhagic and septic forms.
Tettery, crustaceous eruption.
Herpetic eruption, itching and burning.
Herpes, with vesicles, and violent burning, especially at night ; coverings like fish scales. θ Ichthyosis.
Suppurating herpes, with burning pains.
Delaying eruption. θ Scarlatina.
When scarlet rash leaves surface and goes to lungs and heart, ominous palpitation with stitches in epigastrium.
Eruption suddenly growing pale, livid. θ Scarlatina.
Too early and sudden disappearance of rash. θ Measles.
Pustules sink in and their areola grow livid. θ Smallpox.
Acute eruptions disappear suddenly with rapid prostration.
After suppressed measles or scarlatina. θ Pericarditis.
After suppressed herpes circinatus. θ Palpitation of heart.
Eruption on all parts of body except face and hands ; began as a small rose-colored spot, spread rapidly, somewhat after fashion of a ringworm, and was soon covered with silvery scales which would sometimes rub off and be replaced ; scalp covered with a thick crust ; no sensation except when an oily substance was applied, when there was a slight itching ; there were an hundred or more of these patches ranging from size of a pea to that of a silver dollar. θ Lepra ; child at. 7.
Burning in ulcer compels scratching and rubbing, which make it worse.
Surface of whole ulcer burns and is very sensitive. θ Cancerous ulcer.
Painful sensitiveness of old ulcers.
Ulcers : cancer-like, particularly painful in morning, with burning in and at margin ; with elevated edges : with thin, bloody pus ; with fetid ichor and proud flesh ; flat with a bluish-white base ; even with surface, with copious discharge of a carrion-like odor ; flat with copious discharge ; on legs ; old, with burning and stitching ; with raised callous edges ; with red, shining halo ; with fetid, watery discharge or proud flesh ; hard on edges, stinging, burning, spongy ; with proud flesh : turning black ; pus thin, ichorous (cancers) ; discharge black, coagulated blood ; with thin scurf on surface and easily bleeding when dressed ; with fetid ichor and proud flesh which soon become putrid, blue and green ; small, ichorous over whole body, painfully sensitive ; discharging thick, greenish, offensive ichor, violent itching and burning, < at night, > from warmth, < from cold air ; phagedenic, constantly extending in breadth.
Ulcer on leg covered with grey crust and surrounded by an inflamed border.
Surface of ulcers unclean, blackish, stinking, exuding acrid ichor ; thick edges covered with pustules, hard, border inflamed. θ Ulcers on legs.
Discharge of fetid pus. θ Gonarthrocace.
Cadaverous smell scents room. θ Typhus.
Gangrene ; sphacelus ; cancerous ulcers ; carbuncle.
Anthrax burning like fire.
Reddish bluish spots becoming gangrenous. θ Carbuncle.
Gangrenous vesicles on serous swelling.
Gangrenous aspect of sores.
Panaritium assuming a gangrenous aspect.
Gangrenous condition of mucous membrane of nasal cavities. θ Sequel of measles.
Gangrenous sores ; affected part hot, violent pain, inflammation around sore ; around vesicles part is painful, stinging, tearing ; a vesicle size of a filbert turned black.
Painful gangrenous sores after an abscess on left heel was opened.
Old scars burn.
STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION.
Young, anemic people. θ Scrofulous constitution.
Tubercular syphilitic skin disease.
Woman, at. 35, some years dating from suppression of an eruption on scalp, scaly and very itchy. θ Trachoma with blepharitis.
Malarious air. θ Intermittent.
A boy, at. 3, after being out of humor for several days, inclined to sleep, loss of appetite and loose stools. θ Intermittent.
Girl, at. 15, exceedingly weak and exhausted from first, has to lie down all the time. θ Intermittent.
Girl, at. 18, strongly built. θ Tertian intermittent.
A young woman of sanguine temperament suffered with a tertian intermittent, had to swallow quinine and still the fever returned.
A multipara ; nervous constitution, melancholic temperament, after maltreatment by China sulph. ; relapses from Fall, 1851, to March 17, 1852.
Man, at. 40, lean, cachectic ; drinking spirituous liquors. θ Quotidian for a week.
Man, at. 40, strong, large. θ After catarrh, intermittent.
Antidotes to poisonous doses : milk, albumen, etc., should be given at first to envelop poison until antidote or emetic can be obtained. Induce vomiting by emetics of mustard, sulphate of zinc, or sulphate of copper, etc., but avoid tartar emetic, and other substances which strongly irritate mucous membrane of stomach. Lime-water is useful by diminishing solubility of arsenious acid. Demulcent drinks in large quantities are useful. To counteract that portion of arsenic not expelled from stomach, freshly prepared ferric hydrate or magnesia should be given in large quantities. Castor oil is best purgative to expel arsenous acid from intestines.
Chemical antidotes, such as : animal charcoal, hydrated peroxide of iron, magnesia, and lime-water may prove useful.
Opium is of service as a dynamical antidote. If stomach rejects it, administer in form of clysters. Hepar is a useful antidote.
Use brandy and stimulants when there is much depression and collapse.
If urine is suppressed give large quantities of water containing sweet spirits of nitre.
Antidotes to potencies of arsenic : Camphor., Cinchon., China, Sulphur, Ferrum., Graphit., Hepar., Iodine., Ipecac., Nux vomica, Sambuc., Tabac., Veratr.
Arsenic antidotes : Carb. veg., Cinchon., Ferrum., Graphit., Hepar., Iodum., Ipecac., Laches., Mercur., Nux vomica, Sambuc., Tabac., Veratr.
Arsenic has been found useful in ailments from : chewing tobacco, alcoholism, sea-bathing, sausage poisoning, dissection wounds, anthrax poison, Strychnia., Phosphor., Digit., Plumbum ; Iodine., Cinchon., Ipecac., Carb. veg., Graphit., Laches., and Veratr.
Arsenic has cured after failure of : Agar. (oscillation of eyeballs) ; after Bellad., Chamom., Cicut. and Calomel (in inoculation during operation for scirrhus of mamma).
Arsenic has proved of use after : Morphia in scirrhus uteri.
Arsenic is suitable after : Aconite, Arnic., Bellad., Cinchon., China., Ipecac., Laches., Veratr.
Remedies useful after Arsenic : Aranea diad., Nux vomica, Iodium, Sulphur (retinitis albuminurica, scrofulous ophthalmia, amaurosis, etc.).
Complements : Allium sat., Carb. veg., Phosphor.
Arsen. alb. is most similar to Arsen. met.
Compare with : Acon. (arterial excitement, angina pectoris, etc.) ; Apoc. (dropsy from heart disease) ; Argentum nitr. (diarrhoea, dysentery) ; Bellad., Bismuth. (hasty drinking, vomiting) ; Calcarea carb. (delirium tremens) ; Cann. ind. (delirium) ; Carb. veg. (asthma, collapse) ; Cinchon., (debility, sallow face, etc.) ; Ferrum (dropsy after abuse of quinine, but mucous membrane is pale) ; Hyosc. (suppression of urine) ; Ipec. (sick stomach, vomiting, asthma, etc.) ; Kreosot. (vomiting) ; Laches. (gangrene, erysipelas, etc.) ; Lycop. (cough, etc.) ; Nux vom. (alcoholism) ; Phosphor. (fatty degeneration, debility, etc.) ; Pulsat. (gastralgia, etc., from ice-cream, cake, etc.) ; Rhus tox. (typhoid) ; Silic. (suppressed foot sweat) ; Tabac. (deathly nausea, cold sweat) ; Veratr. (oesophagitis).