Adapted to torpid, phlegmatic constitutions.
Intermittents from exposure to damp cellars or basements.
Pale, sunken face.
Tongue covered with a thick white, pasty coat red in streaks, very red, dry in the middle.
Entire absence of thirst.
Vomiting, with great effort; intense and long lasting, till he becomes faint, followed by languor, drowsiness, and loathing.
Child clings to those around; wants to be carried; cries and whines in any one touches it; will not let you feel the pulse.
Continuous, anxious, nausea; straining to vomit, with perspiration on the forehead.
When patient coughs there appears to be a large collection of mucus in the bronchi, and it seems as if much would be expectorated, but nothing comes up.
Suffocated and oppressed; cannot get air; has to sir up in bed.
Oppression of breathing, relieved by expectoration.
Pulse rapid, weak, trembling.
With eruption like pox, often pustular, as large as a pea.
Pustular eruption leaves bluish red marks on face; also similar eruptions on genitals, things, etc., painful.
Great sleepiness, or irresistible inclination to sleep, with nearly all complaints.
Trembling and chilliness, always from within outward.
Short chill and long lasting heat, with somnolency and profuse sweat on forehead.
Violent short heat succeeding a long chill, aggravation by every motion.
Affected parts sweat profusely.
During paroxysms of fever, cannot keep his eyes open; irresistible sleepiness and deep, stupefied sleep; when awake, hopelessness and despair.
Violent but lot long-lasting heat succeeding a long chill, aggravation by every motion.
Long-lasting heat, after a short chill, with somnolency and sweat on the forehead.