The aphthous condition causes great distress; profuse salivation or dryness of the mouth; vomiting of milk, or of a substance resembling milk; diarrhoea of undigested food, or constipation; much crying, as if from colic.
Rosy-red mouth and fauces; mucous surface swollen; stinging pains; tongue swollen and studded with small blisters, also in clusters on the tongue or along its border, which feels scalded; little thirst.
The aphthae assume a livid or bluish appearance, with great weakness or diarrhoea; ptyalism; great exhaustion; restlessness and mental irritability.
Great swelling of lining membrane and tongue; will not or cannot open mouth raw, burning, bleeding; putrid; odor; lips as if scalded; lips and nose chapped and bleeding; picks nose and lips; profuse salivation, saliva acrid.
Gums ooze blood and look dark, purplish; foetid odor; tongue brown; great exhaustion; offensive stools; can swallow only fluids, even a small lump of thickened milk causes gagging; profuse salivation.
Thrush after cholera infantum; child frequently legs go the nipple, showing signs of pain in mouth from nursing; mouth hot, mucous surface of palate shrivelled; red blisters on tongue; urine hot, and of the odor of cat’s urine; aphthae with salivation; greenish stools day and night with painful crying; child fears downward motion, hence rocking cradle, etc.
The mouth is usually dry with thirst; dry lips rough and cracking; the child does not like to take hold of the breast, but when once its mouth is moistened it draws well.
Dry mouth alternating with salivation; canker sores during teething; constitutional symptoms will give the indication.
Burning or smarting vesicles and canker of mouth; great dryness of mouth; constant desire to urinate, passing only a few dros at a time; constipation or diarrhoea, aversion to all kinds of food.
Suitable to fat, but flabby, sluggish children; small, burning blisters in mouth, having a carrion-like odor.
Gums recede and bleed easily; oozing of blood; mouth hot; bloody saliva; edges of gums yellow, indented; tongue black.
Mouth, gums and tongue full of flat, yellow ulcers, with elevated gray edges or red swollen bases; carrion-like odor; salivation; ulcers painless.
White aphthous pustules on inside of lips and cheeks and on tongue; base of ulcer resembles lard.
Tenacious mucus hangs in shreds from the mouth; tongue red, raw, blistered, red papillae; weak children; eczema on forehead; at margin of hair, (<) from being washed; bloody, purulent mucus from nose.
Aphthous eruptions in the mouth, offensive odor; copious saliva; nasal catarrh thin, excoriating.
Aphthous ulcers, deeply corroding; stringy mucus in mouth and throat; nasal catarrh.
Colicky babies; intestines seem to roll into a ball that can be moved about in abdomen; constipation or diarrhoea, or bowels normal; mouth hot, covered with aphthae; swallowing liquids causes choking.
Follicular stomatitis with extreme foetor and great tenderness of affected parts; gangrenous stomatitis in children in asylums; salivation.
Putrid odor from mouth; rapid emaciation, glands of neck swollen; intense thirst, bleeding from gums and from nose; gums spongy and scorbutic.
Ulcers bluish, fluids return through nose, they are sensitive to touch, with ichorous, offensive discharge; can bear nothing to touch face or neck.
Parts bleed when touched, fistulous with hard, everted edges and inflammatory swelling of aphthous parts.
Scorbutic gums; saliva copious, offensive, bloody; ulcers with bases like lard; inflammation of the whole buccal cavity and ulcers upon gums; glands swollen; diarrhoea, with tenesmus.
Mercurius cor [Merc-c]
Mouth terribly swollen; lips swollen and everted; ptyalism; nose sore and stuffed up with a gluey secretion.
Stomach ache of nursing children; patch on the right side of tongue, large, irregular, very deep; tongue sore, bluish, deep ulcer with black base and vesicles; mouth as if glued up with insipid mucus; salivation, foetid breath.
Scorbutic gums, blisters in and around the mouth, etc.
Offensive, yellow ulcers; blisters on lips, salivation; gums sore, cadaverous odor from mouth; saliva foetid, acrid; stinging pain in ulcer; edges irregular.
Small ulcers on inside of right cheek, very painful, profuse salivation.
Tongue looks as if covered with “islands.”
Mouth dotted with white patches; burning, scalded feeling; ulcers on tip of tongue; foetid breath.
Gangraena oris from anaemia, burning in mouth and throat with violent thirst, bleeding of gums; (<) from warmth.
Profuse salivation; ulcers bleed easily; discharge very offensive; fistulous openings; surroundings parts hand, swollen, bluish-red.
Gums ulcerated, spongy, white, receding, bleed easily; mouth and tongue full of blisters; child weak, sickly; sunken eyes and surrounded with blue rings; cervical glands swollen; offensive odor from mouth.
Mouth very painful: lemon-yellow aphthae in mouth and on gums; whitish ulcers; salivation; bleeding gums; ecchymoses; vomiting of sour milk or sour mucus; child smells sour despite all cleanliness; stools lemon-coloured, slimy, like chopped eggs; belching of wind after cough.
Child does not take its usually long sleep, it awakens often; has a dirty odor; gums bleed; blisters and vesicles; saliva mixed with blood; excoriation at and around anus.
Malignant aphthae on a sycotic basis.