Rabies Canina Lyssa
Throbbing headaches from within outward, stabbings in the brain; pain externally over whole head, as after violently pulling the hair; distracted features; paleness of face, or bright-red face with throbbing carotids, with thirst; sweat only on the face; increased sensitiveness of the meatus auditorious; spasmodic distortion of the mouth; the head is drawn backward, burying the head in the pillow; great trouble in swallowing water; violent, small, frequent, anxious respiration; convulsive movements of the limbs, with lassitude and anxiousness; extreme sensibility to cold aid; delirious prattle about dogs, which swarm around him; desirous of drying when free from rage; he wants to bite those around him, bites and spits.
Alternate paroxysms of rage and convulsions excited by touching the larynx, by making pressure upon the abdomen and by the sight of water; face pale, yellow and wrinkled, with a constant frown and expression of great suffering; burning and dryness of the mouth; EXCESSIVE DESIRE FOR SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, with constant painful erections and continual itching and burning of the internal sexual parts; inflammatory symptoms more present than convulsive ones; dyspepsia.
(Lyssin). Slight dizziness and nausea; intolerable, snappish; irritable headache, with stiffness of the jaws and numb hands; twitching of face and hands: hyperaesthesia of all the senses; a breath of air blowing on him causes chronic convulsions; face pale, yellow, nearly brown; MOUTH FULL OR SALIVA and total disinclination to drinks; saliva more viscid, constant spitting; sensation of inability to swallow, but can do so when trying; violent spasm of throat with sense of suffocation; constrictive sensation in throat, much worse when swallowing liquids; all reflex symptoms increased.
Posterior part of throat affected; hawking up of mucus; thirst and dryness in throat; constriction of throat with inability to swallow; unquenchable thirst; violent sweat after thirst; mental derangement with occasional muttering; horrid anguish, fits of anxiety; moves about from one place to another; concussive startings, alternating with tremblings and convulsions; strange fear that he will be bit by animals; excessive sweat.
Deep stinging throughout the whole head; tearing lancinations in forehead, above eyebrows; distortion of face; hurried talking, with headache, redness of face, mental derangement and constrictive sensation in throat; difficulty of swallowing food, or drink, or saliva; dryness of pharynx and oesophagus, preventing deglutition; convulsions and other spasms, with violent shrieks; sopor after cessation of pain.
Depression of the nervous and vital powers; spasmodic or constricting closing of the jaws, tightness of the muscles of face; nervous agitation from pain; sleeplessness, frightful dreams; tremulousness and twitching of muscles (Hale).
Afraid to be alone; great desire to bite and tear himself with his teeth; wants to bite those around him, with a terrible cry and rage; fancies full of fright and terror, staring eyes, and pupils dilated, turgid swollen face, bloody froth at mouth, excessive restlessness; aversion to watery liquids; frequent spitting, saliva hanging out of the mouth; stiffness of the whole body; any bright object causes furious delirium, spasms of throat and horrible convulsions.
Great weakness of legs, with general prostration of strength; tendency to bite; voracious depraved appetite; frothy mucosities of respiratory organs; convulsions followed by long-lasting coma; consciousness preserved during convulsions; ears hot; veins swollen and turgescent; opisthotonos; spasms of the muscles of pharynx, larynx, of the whole thorax; abundant salivation; asphyxia; harsh, characteristic cry; diminution of sensibility and of motion; momentary paralysis; sub-pleural haemorrhages and haemorrhagic infarcts of the liver (P. Jousset).
Raving delirium, wandering as if drunk; great mental depression, finally loss of consciousness with swelling; staggering with vertigo and falling forward; raging pains in head, jaws and abdomen, with general spasms; eyes red, inflamed, watery, later on sunken; loss of vision; epistaxis with vertigo (Crotal); face expressing terror, pale; oedema of face; salivation, with deathly faintness; speech thick and inarticulate; difficult deglutition; hunger and craving for cold drinks; pain in abdomen alternating with pains in navel; oppression in chest, with great praecordial anxiety; pulse irregular, small, rapid; limbs swollen, painful; gangrene.