Aversion to light.
Sore ; discharge of burning, ichorous fluid from the nose, excoriating the nostrils and upper lip.
Nose stopped up ; can only breathe with mouth open.
Face and mouth.
Tongue sore, red, papillae elevated.
 Lips swollen, cracked ; corners of the mouth sore, bleeding, cracked.
The mouth burns, and is so sore that he refuses to drink, and cries when any thing is offered.
Swelling of the sub-maxillary glands.
Throat sore ; feels as if excoriated ; cannot swallow.
 Excessive salivation-saliva acrid.
Frequent discharge of abundant pale urine.
Hoarseness (clergymen's sore throat) worm from talking.
Voice uncertain, and changing continually.
Accumulation of mucus in the trachea.
 Sleeplessness, from soreness of mouth and throat, or itching of the skin.
Dry heat of the skin.
Exanthema like scarlet rash, the skin pools off afterwards.
Itching of the scarlet eruption.
Amelioration in Scarlet fever, as soon as the urine becomes more abundant and watery.