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  1. Mind.-Very dull and low-spirited; irritable.-Alternate stupor and delirium.-Confusion of ideas.-Grieves much; sighs often.-Horrible attacks of anxiety with difficult breathing.-Vertigo with feebleness and fainting.
  2. Head.-Heaviness and dull pains in forehead and vertex.-Headache from abuse of tobacco, opium, coffee, or alcohol.
  3. Nose.-Liable to frequent catarrhal attacks.-Nose-bleed, esp. from a fall or a blow.
  4. Face.-Expression wild, pupils dilated.-Face pale, waxen, emaciated.-Left cheek (esp.) very red during fever.-Bright red flush on both cheeks.-Sweat on forehead in spots.
  5. Mouth.-Teeth feel dull, breath foul.-Scorbutic ulcers; toothache.-Taste sour.-Epithelium of mouth quite white.-Tongue pale and flabby.
  6. Throat.-Children thirsty, but swallow with difficulty even a teaspoonful of water.-White false membranes in throat.
  7. Stomach.-Insatiable burning thirst.-Shrieks for water at night.-Intense thirst; nausea, and frequent vomiting.-Disgust for salted things and cold victuals.-Cold drinks lie heavy.-Vegetables, except potatoes, disagree, also bread and butter still more.-Contents of stomach feel as if in a ferment; violent burning pain in stomach and in chest, followed by coldness of the skin and cold sweat on forehead.-Indurations in stomach.-Scirrhus of pylorus.
  8. Abdomen.-Distension of the abdomen; colicky pains.-Ascites.-Abdomen feels as if sunken in when lying on his back.
  9. Stool and Anus.-Diarrhoea, with great thirst, drinking large quantities with apparent impunity.-Diarrhoea, with swelling of legs and feet (phthisical subjects).-Diarrhoea, with colic pains and tenderness of the abdomen.-Haemorrhage from bowels.-Chronic constipation.-Ascarides.-Chronic diarrhoea of children with great emaciation.-Constipation, with great thirst and excess of pale urine.
  10. Urinary Organs.-Urine increased in quantity; pale; phosphatic; diabetes, with intense, burning, unending and unquenchable thirst and great debility.
  11. Male Sexual Organs.-Weakening emissions; semen passes at stool.-Prepuce thickened, fissured, can’t be retracted and itches fearfully.-Sexual passion, but feeble erection.
  12. Female Sexual Organs.-Metrorrhagia; after parturition, with great thirst.
  13. Respiratory Organs.-Hoarse, with laryngeal irritation.-Lining membrane of larynx and trachea covered with a fibrinous exudation as in true croup.-Hissing respiration, with rattling in the throat.-Croup-like cough; a hollow sound with each inhalation.-Haemoptysis.
  14. Back.-Myelitis, with profuse urine; the pain in the back relieved only by lying on the abdomen.


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