Yellowish or brownish scabs on face; apt top occur on fat people; he air which he inhales feels cold to the nose bitter taste; longing for acids, inappetency; (<) from bathing;(>) in open air.
Pustules with red areola, which leave large scars behind; brown crusts; eruption very painful; drowsiness with nausea; longing for acids, with aversion to milk; eructations taste like sulphur; does not like to be touched; (<) evenings, by sitting, standing, bending forward;(<) open air.
Pustules red with intense burning;’ severe ulceration; painful black pustules, gnawing, burning, itching; black eruption on scalp; (>) from cold; (>) from warmth.
Pustules surrounded by a whitish areola, with an erysipelatous inflammation of the skin; burning and itching with sensitiveness even to slight touch.
Burning suppurating eruption about the face, with yellowish crusts.
Confluent, oozing pustules, forming grayish-brown crusts, especially on abdomen; burning all over the surface of the body, (<) from eating, drinking, after sleep.
Eruption general and almost confluent; pustules large thickly set, those upon face dry up, while those upon body and extremities become worse; can neither sit nor lie with any comfort; painful itching with irresistible desire to tear off the crusts.
Pustules all over body, in the early stage having a small brown scab on the summit; pustules at the roots or nails, spreading over the hands; pustules resembling small-pox, with a hair in the centre comes on especially IN SUMMER; in light-haired persons; pustules leaving after the scabs come off a small dry ulcer, which heals in a fortnight, leaving a colorless depressed., cicatrix.
Large, fat, greasy pustules, with violent itching towards humor, or which remain sore, become hollow and afterwards raised and cicatrized; pustules bleed easily and are painful to the touch.
When touching the pustules they feel as if a splinter were sticking in them.
Itching and burning pustules; with great weakness on exertion; great lassitude; (<) fresh air, (>) from warmth and warm air.
Pustules upon a red nausea; black pustules, forming hard scabs, with burning and itching; (<) in cold weather.
Cachectic females with rough skin; black pustules with tendency to gangrene; (<) in warmth, (>) in cold weather.
Pustules all over body, especially on back part of head, sensitive to contact; burning and soreness after scratching; aversion to warm food; (<) in cold;(>) from warmth.
Dry, thick, yellowish scabs all over body, especially on scalp, with great itching and tenderness to touch; aversion to washing; (<) from warmth of bed.
Suppurating pustules, especially on lower extremities, (>) by gentle rubbing.