Induration of cellular tissue; red lines, streaks and stripes mark out the course of the lymphatics; oedema of the affected parts; discharge of ichorous, foul-smelling pus; gangrene; absorption of ichor with ichoraemia, collapse; violent burning pains, not relieved by Arsenicum
Stitching, burning pain in anthrax, with sensitiveness to the least touch, and erysipelatous redness around it; furuncles, with manifold sloughs of dead connective tissue; chronic tendency to furuncles.
Anthrax burning like fire; reddish-bluish spots becoming gangrenous; sensation in swelling as if boiling water were running beneath the skin; cold, blue skin, dry as parchment, peeling off in large scales; cold sweat, pulse small, irregular, frequent.
Phlegmonous inflammation, affecting adjacent glands; tendency to cerebral manifestations; erysipelatous redness around anthrax.
Internally and locally applied, hastens the ripening and its discharge.
Skin tense, hot and dry, like parchment; nervous anxiety and stupefaction, great exhaustion; threatening gangrene; bed-sores; fear of being left alone.
Exhaustion of vital power, with excessive sensitiveness and irritability of the nerves, deficiency of animal heat; decomposition of animal matter with symptoms of putrid fever; malaria.
Formation of boils or pustules around the anthrax; relieves the severe pain, favors the suppurative process and hastens the discharge of the slough.
Anthrax in nervous and hysterical people; great restlessness caused by the excessive nervous excitement, shaking of head in all directions, optical illusions, constrictions of pharynx; itching around the part.
Anthrax on a syphilitic basis or combined with scrofula; tissues distended by interstitial infiltration, enlarged glands.
Tendency to decomposition; great irritability, (<) by rest.
Dark redness around the sore, which discharge dark, bloody pus; tension of the skin around the carbuncle, as if too short; nightly burning of the ulcer, obliging one to rise and wash it with cold water. GANGRENE, carbuncles from blood-poisoning.
WARM POULTICES AGGRAVATE ALL THE PAINS; boils returning periodically; carbuncles, with burning stitches all around, with alternate chilliness and heat of the body.
Carbuncles in scorbutic individuals, with ulcers on the gums and profuse emissions of clear urine.
Tendency to boils, carbuncles or malignant pustule, very painful, and appearing specially on the back and behind the ears.
Burning itching around the carbuncle, with vertigo as if one were about to fall; stupor; pale face, disfigured and convulsed; pointed nose; bloody or serous frothy diarrhoea.
Promotes suppuration; ichorous suppuration of the cellular tissue after induration.
The pains are so severe as to set the patient nearly distracted.
Anthrax, especially on back of neck, with burning, excruciating pain, banishing all sleep; great prostration.