Great pain in epigastrium, extending around to the cardiac region and left shoulder-blade;stitches dart through abdomen like electric shocks (<) when changing from rest to motion.
Great restlessness and anxiety; ulceration of duodenum, involving pancreas, following burns or malignant disease; neuralgia of coeliac plexus.
Inflammation of upper part of duodenum.
Gastro-duodenal catarrh with sense of sinking and prostration ar epigastrium and violent, continuous palpitations; jaundice; stools loose, soft, light-colored, with flatus.
Great emaciation, hungry, anxious when he cannot get food at the appointed time; eats enormously, yet grows thin;; soapy taste; fat in the stools; glands enlarged or atrophied; lungs affected.
BURNING DISTRESS IN PANCREATIC REGION; vomiting of sweetish water; sativa has a greasy taste; green, watery diarrhoea,(<) about 2 or 3 A.M.; offensive flatus, smelling like copper; stools contain undigested fat bilious vomiting, sick headache returns periodically every week, dull throbbing bilious vomiting, sick headache returns periodically every week, dull throbbing or shooting over one eye, particularly over the right one, with dim vision, nausea and vomiting.
Duodenitis following burns. DUODENAL DYSPEPSIA, bitter taste of mouth, thickly yellow-coated tongue, vomiting of pinkish glairy fluid, of yellow, purulent mucus; full pain or stitches in right hypochondrium; clay colored stools; confusion of head.
Gastro-duodenal catarrh, with yellow-coated tongue and jaundice;l indigestion with sensation of pressure as from a load, fulness at pit of stomach and befogged feeling in head; habitual constipation; haemorrhoids.
Chronic Duodenitis; PANCREATIC STONES; jaundice; dyspepsia, canine hunger the more he eats the more he craves, or constant feeling of satiety, a few mouthfuls fill him up; frequent belching without relief; emaciation and debility, upper parts wasted, lower limbs swollen.
Tuberculosis; distressing, burning pain in coeliac axis; stools undigested, containing particles of fat; pale, yellow face. anaemia; atrophy of pancreas with glycosuria.
Catarrhal process extending along biliary ducts and causing jaundice.
Ulcerations of duodenum and pyloric end of stomach; vomiting of a white fluid putrid eructations, pains (<) from fasting; urine contains albumen, phosphates and lithic acid in excess. Glycosuria.
Keep your patient on an animal diet, no farinaceous food.