Moist, offensive eruption, forming grayish-white crusts, especially when glands are swollen; suppuration of axillary glands.
Pimples and vesicles, burning violently, (<) at night, in cold air; (>) from external warmth; or eruption very dry and scaly, causing destruction of the hair in affected parts, leaving the scalp dirty and rough-looking. (Arsenicum iod., scabs on arms and in axilla: Kali ars.).
Dry or humid scurf on the head, itching, burning, causes the hair to fall out, eruptions on and behind the ears; cervical glands hard and swollen; large abdomen; baldness with young people.
Teething; jerking in sleep; wants to sleep yet unable to do so.
Red papulous eruption on cheeks and around chin; herpetic eruption around nates; unhealthy skin; slight injuries suppurate.
Scalp is very tender to touch, the child cannot bear even the soft brush upon it; scalp rough and uneven; oily, greasy, sour- smelling sweat on head, at night during sleep.
Eruption with thick scales and yellow pus underneath; moist, scurfy eruption on cheeks and forehead, with burning pains, especially after washing; moist eruption behind the ears; scurfy pimples on border of lower lip; eruption in form of ringworm; perspiration after eating and drinking.
Eruptions begin in small spots which spread and involve the whole surface, with a watery discharge from under the scabs; hair falls out under the scabs on scalp.
Thick, whitish scurfs on chin and upper lip, which ooze a little; thick honey-colored scurfs, burning and accompanied by swelling of submaxillary glands and insatiable appetite; no fever; sometimes scurfs on nose and cheeks.
Head and face a solid mass of scabs, dark and rough, adhering firmly, exuding a yellowish fluid, when removed, which excoriates parts with which it comes in contact; moist during increasing and dry during decreasing moon; dark burning miliary eruption with violent itching; moist eruption on neck and occiput, (<) from washing in cold water, in bed, from warm poultices.
Itching followed by burning, vesicles run together, ooze and form thick, gray-brown crusts.
Eruption looks more like erythema simplex, with a mealy desquamation; thin, yellow crusts, peeling off after a few days, leaving the skin red and smooth; then another crop of vesicles appears which break and discharge profusely and form thick, yellow scabs, itching excessively during the filling of the vesicles; (<) from use of water; thick, brown, herpetic crusts on face, forehead, temples and chin, with reddish borders, bleeding when scratched.
Dry scales, itching greatly; alopecia areata; or matting of hair; skin pale and dry; anorexia, (<) from sweets and coffee; flatulent distension of abdomen.
Eruptions exudes a transparent, glutinous fluid, which causes the crusts to fall off; then more form, to fall again in turn, eruption spreading more and more over a large surface.
Eruption spreads by means of new pimples appearing just beyond the main disease; burning itching on scalp, from forehead to occiput: humid, foetid eruption itches when rising in the morning, (<) on scratching; boils on head and neck, very sore to contact.
Eruption has a foul odor and bleeds easily, disease spreading from right to left; thick crusts underneath cracked surface; bottom of which seemed full of vermin; glands of throat and neck swollen; skin dry and excoriating, (<) at night and in warmth.