Mind and Disposition.
Great anguish and discouragement.
Mania to dispute.
Confusion of ideas ; delirium.
Giddiness, with heaviness of the head and vanishing of the senses.
 Sensation of constriction in the brain, especially in the cerebellum ; the pain ceases when he thinks of it.
Inflammation of the brain, (after sun-stroke), with pulsation and sensation of constriction in the brain, spasmodically turned head, (to the side or backward), worse from movement, or in the cold air ; better when lying down, or when thinking of it.
Staring, wild look.
Contraction of the pupils.
 Aversion to light ; the objects appear too bright and shining.
Lobules red, hot.
Ulcer in the (left) meatus auditorius, (with stinging pain).
Death-like paleness of the face, alternating with redness.
 Icy-cold, purple, pale face.
Foam at the mouth.
Burning in the mouth and throat, extending to the stomach.
 Dry, scraping sensation of the palate.
Appetite and Taste.
Thirstlessness, or violent thirst.
Food tastes bitter.
The taste is more acute.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Burning in the stomach.
 The pit of the stomach is very sensitive to the touch.
Burning heat in the abdomen.
Stool and Anus.
Constipation, from want of peristaltic motion of the intestines.
The rectum fools narrow and swollen ; is painful during the emission of flatulence.
Involuntary diarrhoea ; stools blackish.
 Strangury, with tenesmus of the neck of the bladder.
Burning of the urine during emission.
The stream is thin, as if the urethra were contracted.
The urine is yellowish-green.
Sexual desire wanting ; impotence.
 Sensation of contraction in the testes.
Violent oppression of breathing, with constriction of throat, as if produced by the vapor of sulphur.
Accumulation of mucus in the air-passages, with danger suffocation.
Audible palpitation of the heart, (after eating).
Trembling of the heart.
 Upper. Hands icy cold.
Convulsive rotation of the arms.
Lower. Great weakness of the legs.
Cramps in the calf of the leg and feet.
Epileptic and convulsive attacks ; he falls down insensible.
 Diminished circulation of the blood to the parts most distant from the heart.
Icy coldness of the whole body, with paleness of the face.
Sudden and great sinking of strength.
Torpor, with delirium or snoring.
Sleeplessness from nervous over-excitability.
 During sleep, the inspirations are shorter than the expirations.
Pulse small, weak, and slow.
The blood does not circulate to the parts distant from the heart.
Chilliness, and sensitiveness to cold air.
Coldness, with chilliness and shaking.
 Icy coldness of the whole body, with congestion to the head and chest.
Heat, with distended veins, aggravated from every movement.
Cold perspiration, often clammy, and always very debilitating.
Dryness of the skin.
Most pains are felt during a half-conscious condition, and disappear when thinking of them.
Great sensitiveness to cold and cold air ; the pains are aggravated by it.