Scalp dry and rough, covered with dry scales and scabs; extending sometimes over the forehead, face and ears (Arsenicum iod.).
The scalp covered by a thick, offensive scurf of crust, with abundant discharge of pus, the disease extending to sides and posterior portion of neck; scrofulous enlargement of glands: otorrhoea.
Malignant scald head, oozing profusely; where the skin is dry, extreme tenderness of the scalp; unbearable foetor of the discharge.
Scabs are thick and cover a quantity of thick pus; the scabs are large, even one-half of the entire scalp being covered with a single scab; eruption spreading to the face; thick scabs, bleeding when picked, itching slightly.
Scaly, moist, itching eruptions upon scalp, with numerous hard nodes upon chin, through the beard, producing a a crop of vesicles which fill the beard with yellow crusts, matting the hair together, with burning and itching; confluent pustules forming thick, yellow scabs on the face and other parts of body.
Eruption on occiput, extending down the neck, moist, sore, with crawling and stinging itching; often drying up in scales; itching (<) when getting warm in bed, and but temporary relief by scratching.
Dry or moist eruption. Scrofulosis, with dry, spasmodic cough, or tedious chronic cough, with mucous expectoration.
Thick brown crusts with reddish borders on scalp, causing hair to fall out on forehead, temples and chin, (>) from every exposure to damp cold; glandular swellings; diarrhoea.
Exudation of clear gelatinous fluid, forming moist, dry scabs; matting hair together; itching of scalp.
When extending to nape of neck or face; ophthalmia with or without ulceration of cornea, etc.
(Arctium lappa). Scalp covered with a grayish-white crust, and most of the hair disappeared; eruption on the head of children; swelling and suppuration of the axillary glands.
Head covered with a thick, leathery crust, under which pus collects and mats the hair; dry eruption on the head, with intolerable itching, as if the head were in an ant’s nest. White, scaly, peeling-off eruption on the scalp extending over forehead and temples.
Biting itching on the scalp, as from vermin; worse back part of head and behind ears; better when first scratching it, followed by burning and soreness; worse evenings when undressing; humid, scaly, biting, eruption, especially on back part of head.
The skin of the denuded is clear, white and smooth.
Moist, suppurating, foetid eruption, or dry eruption; hair dry, lustreless, tangles easily; averse to having head uncovered; wears a fur cap even in hottest weather.
Yellow, moist, offensive scales; falling out of the hair; humid, itching foetid eruption on occiput, sides of the head and behind ears; scratching changes the place of itching, but increases the oozing.
Spots on scalp, oozing moisture, matting the hair together; the hair falls out on single spots and white hair grows on it.
Itching very violent; thick incrustations, pouring out a large quantity of thick yellow fluid, matting hair together.