A Guide to Homoeopathic Practice: Designed from the Use of Families and Private Individuals

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Boericke & Tafel, 1900 - 494 pages
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Page 48 - Desires light and company; worse in the dark and solitude; awakens with a shrinking look, as if afraid of the first object seen.
Page 399 - The tongue is painful, especially to the touch ; it is red, hot, and dry, with red edges and white in the middle. Cracked tongue ; white coated with salivation.
Page 195 - Constant desire to urinate, passing but a few drops at a time, sometimes mixed with blood.
Page 286 - Four drops or six globules every one, two or three hours, according to the urgency of the case.
Page 229 - Thick, brown, herpetic crusts on the face, forehead, temples and chin, with reddish borders, — bleeding when scratched.
Page 418 - Teeth and Gums. Convulsive grinding of teeth. Toothache: driving the patient almost frantic; with weeping, trembling, anguish and tossing about; indescribable pains; stinging, jerking, intermittent aching; with restlessness, anguish and weeping mood, especially at night and after a meal; < from hot or warm drink, from chewing, at night; > when holding ice or ice cold water in mouth.
Page 200 - ... pressive, squeezing pains, as though something had to force its way through a narrow space ; shooting pains from different places into the bladder and testicles; vomiting of slime and bile; obstinate constipation; dysuria; greatest anxiety and restlessness; constant changing position; face hot ; pulse slow.
Page 28 - ... to the influence of disease. VARIETIES OF PULSE IN DISEASE. The rapid or accelerated pulse is indicative of inflammation or fever, especially if strong, full and hard, if small and very rapid, it indicates a low state of debility, such as is often present in the latter stage of typhoid fever. The slow pulse, if not habitual, may indicate debility or tendency of blood to the head, or especially, if full and strong, pressure on the brain. It is also generally found in old age. The hard or wiry...
Page 339 - Cold and shivering in the fingers, followed by cramps in the calves of the legs and in the soles of the feet. — Heat of face, with mournful and despairing thoughts, and an inclination to vomit, preceded by cold and shiverings in the feet and hands.
Page 72 - ... in both ears, °also during a walk in the open air, °in and about the ears. "Drawing stitches in the ear, from within outward. Throbbing in the ears. Accumulation of ear-wax, mixed with purulent mucus. Bloodred cerumen. Painful sensitiveness of the sense of Jienring.

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