Inflamed submaxillary glands. Meningitis tuberculosa. Hydrocephalus chron. Polypi of nose and ear. Adenoid vegetations of the nose. Hypertrophia tonsillaris. (H. Siemsen, M.D., of Copenhagen, recommends it much in these two affections). The enlarged tonsils are filled with little crypts or pockets (Baryta); scrofulous children, pale, fat and weak. Chronic cough, day and night, night-sweat, hectic fever, green, purulent expectoration; especially chronic bronchitis of scrofulous children, thin, cervical glands much swollen. Best remedy in milium. Fibroma uteri.