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4. What preparation of cupressus is referred to in the article on this remedy in The Homoeopathic Recorder for April 1930, pp. 297 and 308? – RAYMER.
5. Will our readers please analyze this case and suggest treatment: Male, age 65, presents the following symptoms: Dull, hard pain in the left side of the head, sometimes worse in the vertex, at other times in the occiput, and for several years this pain has been present in some part of the left side of the head; worse at midnight and in the early morning; vertigo on sitting up from a reclining position; much pain and soreness and stiffness of the muscles in the back of the neck, worse in the early morning, relieved by walking around; hissing noise in the left ear; weakness and numbness in the left hand and arm. These above symptoms have been present more or less for twenty years. The history of the case would indicate syphilis as the probable cause. Recently he has complained of a tickling sensation in the larynx and pharynx which, at times, causes a cough. Physical exertion, talking and laughing always brings on wheezing cough which continues for some minutes and brings up a slight amount of tough mucus with some relief.- H.B.E.