Laryngismus from dentition.
Head very hot, face and eyes very red.
Child turns blue in face and becomes convulsed; general convulsions, followed by emaciation.
Sudden and severe attacks of dyspnoea, with crowing noise, profuse perspiration and darkly flushed face.
A cross word or correcting the child may bring on the attack.
Spasm of glottis in rachitic children, cannot bear warmth.
Much nausea, strangling as if from mucus, with danger of suffocation and bluish face; convulsions.
The paroxysm occurs as often as the child gets into a sound sleep, and awaken it.
Spells excited by some abnormal condition of heart.
Suffocative feeling with inability to exhale; bloated face and convulsions.
Laryngismus stridulus in very excitable, nervous children, with great coldness all over, nervous palpitations.
Spells in tall, slim children of tuberculous parents; stridulus inspirations evenings on falling asleep.
Child suddenly awakens, nearly suffocated, sits up in bed and turns blue; gasps for breath which it finally gets, then lies down again in bed, to be aroused again sooner or later by another spell.