Loss of vision, waking, on : Bell., oena.

Loss of vision, walking, while : Dor., ferr., hell., lachn., sulph., verat-v.

Loss of vision, walking, in open air : Merc.

Loss of vision, warm room agg. : Merc.

Loss of vision, white objects, looking at : Graph., tab.

Loss of vision, writing : Arg-n., grat., kali-c., phys., zinc.

MIST (See Foggy)

MISTAKES : Bell., bov., eupho., kali-c., plat.

MOONLIGHT amel. : Aur.

MOVING : Agar., aloe., am-c., Arg-n.bell., bor., calc-p., calc., cann-i., cic., con., euphr., glon., ign., lach., laur., lyc., meny., merc., mosch., nux-v., olnd., par., petr., psor., sabad., sep., stram.

Moving, evening, reading, while : Merc.

Moving, letters : Agar., con., hyos., iod., merc., phys.

Moving, letters, towards noon : Am-c.

Moving, objects seem to be : Bapt., carb-ac., con., euphr., hydr-ac., ign., nux-m., psor.

Moving, objects seem to be, backward : Bell., calc., cic., sep.

Moving, objects seem to be, backward, slowly : Sep.

Moving, objects seem to be, backward and forward : Carb-ac., cic.

Moving, objects seem to be, fine motion : Petr.

Moving, objects seem to be, floating : Nux-m.

Moving, objects seem to be, revolving : Bell.

Moving, objects seem to be, side to side : Cic.

Moving, objects seem to be, to and fro, towards noon : Elaps.

Moving, objects seem to be, to and fro, towards noon, to float : Anag., lyss.

Moving, objects seem to be, up and down : Ars., cocc., con., sil., spong.

Moving, something moving : Lyss., psor.

MULTIPLIED, objects seem (See Diplopia)

MUSCÆ volitantes (See Colors, black)

MYOPIA : Agar., am-c., anac., apis., arg-n., ars., calc., carb-s., carb-v., chin., cimic., coff-t., con., cycl., dig., euphr., gels., graph., grat., hyos., jab., lach., lyc., mang., meph., mez., nat-a., nat-c., nat-m., nat-p., nit-ac., petr., ph-ac., Phos.Phys.pic-ac., plb., psor., Puls., raph., ruta., sel., spong., stram., sul-ac., sulph., syph., thuj., tub., valer., verb., viol-o., viol-t.

Myopia, exerting the eyes, after : Carb-v.

Myopia, candlelight, sight worse by, than by daylight : Arg-n.

Myopia, looking away from work amel. : Ph-ac.

Myopia, reading, while : Agar., grat., lyc.

NEARER, objects seem : Bov., phys., rhus-t., stram.

Nearer, objects seem, to each other : Nux-m.

NET before eyes : Carb-an., chin-s., hyos.

Net before, swimming : Carb-an.

OBLIQUITY : Nux-m., stram.

PALE, objects become, after looking long : Agar.

QUIVERING (See Trembling)

RAIN, seems looking through rain : Nat-m.

RAINBOW (See Colors, halo)

RANGE of vision changes while reading (See Focal)

RAYS, light seems broken up into : Bell.

Rays, curved, shooting from visual axis : Iod.

RECEDING (See Moving)

ROUND objects pass before eyes while lying : Caust.

RUN together, letters : Arg-n., art-v., atro., bell., berb., bry., calc-ar., calc., camph., Cann-i.chel., chin., clem., coca., con., dros., elaps., euphr., ferr., gels., gins., graph., iris., lac-c., lyc., meph., merl., Nat-m., op., osm., Ruta.seneg., Sil.Staph.Stram.tub., viol-o.

Run, morning : Bry.

Run, evening : Merl.

Run, evening, reading in bed, while : Bell.

Run, after a little while : Con.

Run, mental exertion, after : Arg-n.

Run, writing, while : Carb-ac., chel., clem., ferr., gels., lyc., merl., op., sil.

Run, objects : Berb., sil.

Run, objects, sewing, while : Berb., calc.

Run, objects, stitches, while sewing : Nat-m.

SCINTILLATIONS (See SparksFlickerings)

SCOTOMA : Aloe., carb-s., tab.

Scotoma, central : Carb-s., tab.

SHADOWS : Ruta., seneg.

Shadows, on one side of objects : Calc.

Shadows, look shaded : Seneg.

SMALL, objects seem : All-c., aur., camph., carb-v., glon., hyos., kali-chl., lyc., med., merc-c., merc., nit-ac., op., plat., plb., stram., thuj.

SMOKY (See Foggy)

SNAKE before the vision : Arg-n., gels.

SNOW, falling : Plb.

Snow, morning, on waking, objects seem covered with : Dig.

Snow, flakes : Bell., jab.

SPARKS : Acon., am-c., ammc., ant-t., arn., ars-i., ars., aur., bar-c., Bell., bufo., calc-f., calc., camph., caust., chel., chin-a., chin-s., Chin., chlf., coff., con., cupr-ar., cupr., cycl., dulc., ferr-i., glon., hyos., iod., kali-ar., kali-bi., kali-c., kali-s., lach., lyc., lyss., mag-p., merc., mez., nat-a., nat-c., nat-p., nit-ac., nuph., nux-v., op., petr., phos., pic-ac., plat., psor., sec., sep., sil., sol-n., spig., staph., stram., stront., stry., sulph., thuj., valer., verat., zinc.

Sparks, daytime : Croc.

Sparks, morning : Calc., ferr-i.

Sparks, morning, breakfast, after : Ferr-i.

Sparks, morning, on waking : Calc.

Sparks, noon : Dig., verat.

Sparks, evening : Ammc.

Sparks, evening, like rays : Mang.

Sparks, night : Am-c., staph.

James Tyler Kent
James Tyler Kent (1849–1916) was an American physician. Prior to his involvement with homeopathy, Kent had practiced conventional medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. He discovered and "converted" to homeopathy as a result of his wife's recovery from a serious ailment using homeopathic methods.
In 1881, Kent accepted a position as professor of anatomy at the Homeopathic College of Missouri, an institution with which he remained affiliated until 1888. In 1890, Kent moved to Pennsylvania to take a position as Dean of Professors at the Post-Graduate Homeopathic Medical School of Philadelphia. In 1897 Kent published his magnum opus, Repertory of the Homœopathic Materia Medica. Kent moved to Chicago in 1903, where he taught at Hahnemann Medical College.