In the very first stage, when the lids are swollen, red, hard, with a tight feeling in them, great heat, dryness, burning and sensitiveness to air, caused by exposure to cold, dry wind; fever, with great heat and thirst; hardly any lachrymation.
Chronic inflammation of the lids (particularly if complicated with granulations); burning and dryness of the lids, especially in the evening; itching dryness and excoriation of the canthi; absence of lachrymation; eyes generally better by being bathed; very little destruction of tissue.
Chronic blepharophthalmia of children; soreness of outer canthi; eyes red, inflamed, with itching and nightly agglutination and morning photophobia; inflammation of lachrymal
Obstinate cases in which the lids are red, swollen and moist, with pustules on the face; especially in cross children: PUSTULES ON THE CILIARY MARGIN.
Incipient stage, before the formation of pus; great puffiness of the lids, especially of the upper, with stinging pains; reddish blue swelling of the lids; lachrymation profuse, hot and burning; relief from cold water; chronic blepharitis, with thickening of the conjunctiva, with aversion of the lower lid; mucous secretion during night, agglutinating the lids, causing much pain when attempting to open them; granulations on edges of lids.
Lids very sore, red and swollen; profuse, thick, yellowish, bland discharge from the eyes, with firm agglutination in the morning; headache; pain in root of nose, etc.; relieved in the cold air, or by cold applications; ciliary blepharitis from being over a fire; after measles; purulent ophthalmia of adults or children.
Burning in the oedematous swollen lids; lachrymation profuse, hot and acrid, excoriating the lids and cheek; cachexia, with great restlessness, aggravation after midnight; thirst, etc.
Blepharitis in scrofulous or syphilitic subjects after the abuse of mercury; lids red and ulcerated, with stinging, pricking or itching pain in them; ciliae rapidly fall out.
Swelling and redness of lids, with burning and itching; constant agglutination; bleeding on opening the eyes; aversion of lids or paralytic weakness.
Inflammation of eyes at canthi, with irregularity of the lashes; margins of lids affected; eyelashes loaded with a dry, gummy exudation, stick together in the morning; granulated lids; difficult opening of lids.
Blepharitis in unhealthy, pot-bellied children who sweat much about the head; lids red swollen and indurated; inflammation of the margins of the lids, causing loss of the eyelashes with thick, purulent, excoriating discharge and burning, sticky pain; GREAT ITCHING and burning of the margins of the lids, particularly at the canthi; throbbing pain in lids, (<) morning, on moving the eyes, in damp weather and when writing; scrofulosis.
Blepharitis in unhealthy children afflicted with enlargement of the glands, and especially of the tonsils.
Blepharitis, complicated with warts on the eyebrows and lids; amelioration in the open air; feeling of sand in the eye.
Cross, peevish children; great dryness of the edge, or else copious secretion of mucus; nightly agglutination; spasmodic closing or great heaviness of the lids.
Ciliary blepharitis, with dull pain over or around the eyes; dryness of the eye, or considerable discharge.
Blepharitis, with vesicular eruption on the lids and face.
Lids red swollen; excoriated by the profuse, acrid, muco purulent discharge; lachrymation profuse, acrid and burning.
Acute blepharitis, complicated with ulcers or pustules on cornea. Chronic blepharitis in scrofulous subjects covered with eczematous eruptions, chiefly on head and behind ears, which are MOIST, FISSURED AND BLEED EASILY; edges of lids slightly swollen, of a pale red color, and covered with DRY SCALES OR SCURFS, or the margins may be ulcerated; outer canthi cracked and bleed easily upon any attempt to open; biting, itching, burning dryness of lids, causing a constant desire to rub them. Moist eczema of the lids, with tendency to crack, while the margins are covered with scales or crusts.
After the first stage, when suppuration threatens; lids inflamed, throbbing, aching, stinging, very sensitive to touch; amelioration by heat; eczema palpebrarum, where the scabs are thick and honeycombed.