ONIS. AS. Wood Louse, Milliped. “Archiv,” IV., 1. The symptoms marked (w) are from three of those Lice, taken in a glass of brandy previous to a paroxysm of fever.
Dull heaviness of the head. Painful pressure above the eye-brows near the edge of the nose. Boring pain behind the right ear, in the region of the mastoid process, with stronger beating of the arteries. Pale, sunken, troubled countenance (w). Spasm in the back part of the palate, as if it would close. Thirst. Nausea, followed by constant pressure at the cardiac orifice. Incessant vomiting. Violent colic with distention of the abdomen (w). Sudden urging to stool, with thin stool (w). Painful urging to stool and urine, with retention of both (w). Burning cutting in the urethra, with unceasing tossing about (w). Burning pain at the anus. Erections and indisposition to work. Hawking up of mucus with blood.