A tall, slender, light-haired man, aged twenty-five,single, electrician, pulled a pediculated growth from the right side of the anus in July, 1894. It returned a few months later and much larger, remaining unchanged until now.
The growth is flat in shape like a cows’ comb, three-eights of an inch wide at the top, and three fourths of an inch long including the pedicle.
Itching when heated and at night in bed.
After rubbing it smarts and burns.
Relieved by bathing.
Moisture, oozing from the anus, aggravates the itching.
Footsweat profuse, sticky, fetid.
Cracks under the toes, with itching there.
Sweat on the back of hands from exercise.
Axillary sweat forms small pellets upon the hair.
He has never had gonorrhoea, but his father had it when young, and I had treated its remote effects within ten years.
1897, Jan. 21. Thuja occidentalis CM. Fincke, one powder.
Feb. 4. Wart gone; footsweat better; axillary sweat no longer leaves a deposit on the hair.–Clinical Experiences, ERATUS E. CASE.