Sudden and complete blindness, with anguish bitter complaints and reproaches; fear of death; total blindness after catching cold: vision as if through a veil, difficult to distinguish faces, with anxiety and vertigo; optical illusions in dark colors or black.
Feeling of weakness in eyes without having exerted them; indistinct sight; focal distance changes while reading, first grow shorter, then longer, types seems to move, things look obscure as from turbid water; muscae volitantes; vibrating spectra; nystagmus; if she grasped at any object held before her, the hand did not generally come near it; diplopia from over work at the desk; frequent twitching in eyeball while reading.
Dimness and obstruction of sight in the evening, amounting almost to blindness; amblyopia after a blow.
Flickering before the eyes during the day, blind at night; indistinct vision; blackness before eyes, with vertigo.
Amaurosis in the beginning; iris protruding.
Vertigo with flickering before eyes; amblyopia after strong emotion; eyes feel tired, as if the lids would close; dim swimming eyes.
Amaurosis of left eye, contracted pupil, insensible to light.
Sight vanishes while reading or writing; at twilight feels as if he would become blind; fiery bodies flash before his eyes; pupils insensible to light; complete but transitory blindness; yellowish complexion; taciturn and apathetic.
Diminution of visual power, everything looks dim pupils dilated; loss of sight after violent blow.
Loss of vision from use of tobacco; retinitis albuminuria; everything as through a white gauze.
Mist before eyes; boring pain above the eyebrow; burning pain in eyeballs; of syphilitic origin.
Hemiopia, black spots floating before eyes; tension in eyes, sees things double or mixed up, (<) from straining eyes; strong pressure from within outward and from above downward in both eyeballs; accompanied by heavy, dull aching deep in both globes; sudden amaurosis after scarlatina and during childbed (Aurum mur.).
Amblyopia of old people; weakness of eyes, especially in the evening by candlelight; during the day a cloud before the eyes; after a meal, sensation as of a gauze before eyes.
Amaurosis, with much vertigo, pressing pain and feeling of fullness in eyeballs; black spots before eyes; apoplexy of retina; half open, protruding, starting eyes; pupils contracted or dilated; from a cold, from stoppage of menses, from suppression of exanthemata; flashes of light before eyes; flickering before eyes diplopia and triplopia; optic neuritis, veins large; flashes of light before eyes and pains in head.
Blindness of right eye from paralysis of the optic nerve; weak eyes, without lustre or snap; sensation as of a veil before eyes in morning; all her visual perception is distorted.
Weakness of sight appearing periodically; hyperaemia of fundus, sight blurred, cannot see at distance.
Mistiness of sight, gauze before the eyes, especially when reading, or after eating, with black motes before the eyes, EXTREME PHOTOPHOBIA, with dazzling of the eyes by light; DILATED PUPILS; pressure or feeling of coldness in the eyes. Affections of onanists or drunkards.
Pupils dilated eyes protruding; aching in eyes as from a foreign body; red, burning and inflamed eyes; red face; objects appear black, dim vision; anguish, capriciousness, homesickness.
Weak eyes from overwork or fine work; eyes dull, lustreless, pupils do not react to light; black floating spots before eyes; heavy weight seems to rest upon eyes; must make exertion to distinguish letters when reading.
For sudden and frequent loss of sight, with sensation as if a pellicle were stretched over the eyes; or dimsightedness as if looking through a cloth or mist; black threads or mists; scintillations; photophobia.
Retinitis apoplectica, amblyopia with vomiting and coma; dimness of vision and weakness of sight from rheumatic troubles or after suppression of ringworm; when reading or writing, letters run together and seem blurred; blackish-gray specks before eyes.
Amblyopia consequent upon venereal excesses and intoxication, after masturbation; in drunkards; nocturnal blindness; hemeralopia; after loss of blood or other fluids; tendency of blood to head; dilated, not very sensitive pupils; letters pales, surrounded by white borders; black motes before eyes;((>)) after sleeping.
Amblyopia, can only see objects when looking at them sideways; disk and retina very anaemic; peculiar dryness of eyes.
Frequent VANISHING OF SIGHT, as if by absence of mind, with VERTIGO, especially when walking; the objects seem to totter and the letters to move when reading; diplopia; frequent obscuration of sight, alternating with hardness of hearing; blue margins around the eyes; photophobia; burning in the eyes; aching pains in the orbits.
Aching pain in the centre of both eyeballs; black specks before the eyes, diplopia.
For dimness of sight, when reading, going off by wiping the eyes; dilated pupil; photophobia; pressure in the eyes, as if sand had got in, especially when reading. Pain in the eyes when using them at night by candle-light; dull pains in the eyes, which get easily tired, chiefly in the morning, and aggravated by reading and meditation, colour blindness, sees everything yellow, mistakes red for orange and blue for green; chronic weakness of sight from onanism.
Amaurosis; weakness of sight; sluggish adaptation of eye to varied range of vision; feeling of coldness in eyes when walking in open air,((>)) in the morning and on a cloudy day, blindness from sunlight after a sleep.
Momentary disappearances of vision, with profuse lachrymation; vanishing of vision while reading; great sensitiveness of light; amblyopia from grief; muscae volitantes and colored flamed before the visio
Diplopia; amblyopia; hemiopia; after suppression of menses or an eruption.
He sees objects as in a fog, vision diminished; objects appear green, yellow or as if silvered; pupils not very active; amaurosis.
For frequent vanishing of sight, especially when reading, the letters look pale and blurred; photophobia; the eyes are dazzled by the light or by the glare of fire, they are very dry; the nose is dry and stopped up, stitches in the eyes.
Everything seems white, even at night; gray veil before the eyes; on stooping the blood rushes to the head, with vertigo and pains at the root of the nose; can scarcely tell light from dark.
The eyes close on looking steadily at an object; diplopia when including the head toward the shoulder, but vision single when holding the head erect; mist before the eyes; smoky appearance of the eyes; total blindness, with dizziness, THIRST FOR LIGHT; after apoplexy, congestion of the head.
Complete amaurosis; obscuration of vision while reading; the eyes become dim, and he cannot read well by candle-light; feeling of blindness before the eyes on rising and standing up, after sitting bent over flickering before the eyes; pupils dilated and insensible to light after abuse of mercury; anaesthesia retinae.
Pupils insensible to light; paralysis of lids; protrusion of eyes; anguish at pit of stomach; vexed mood, despondency.
Dilated pupils; frequent spasms of the eyes and eyelids; squinting, diplopia, hemeralopia; illusion of sight; as if everything were red or larger than it really is; aching, stupefying pains over eyes.
Asthenopia and amblyopia in females, due to onanism. Dimness before one eye while reading, as if tears were in it, which is not the case; white, glittering, flickering zigzags before the field of vision.
Amaurosis coming on suddenly in both eyes, in a patient suffering from acute nephritis.
Dim vision; darting pains in the eyes when writing, with feeling, when opening the lids, as if little strings were holding them together and snapping; letters look blurred; smarting in lids when using eyes.
Amblyopia, with lung or heart affections; retinitis apoplectica; severe pain in and above the eyes.
Amaurotic shortness of vision; eyes burn and everything looks as if seen through mist.
The sight is obscured; while looking at anything fixedly, gray, fixed rings are seen. BRILLIANT EYES, PUPILS MUCH ENLARGED, WITH RED CHEEKS; when reading or writing, a small gray spot, as large as a lentil, is running before the left eye; in looking at one spot or in moving the head suddenly, it gets dark before the eyes.