Author: Cyrus Boger
Violent convulsive phenomena, then prolonged unconsciousness. Jerks; of head. Twitchings; of arms and fingers. Sudden shocks through body (Ign.) or head, then rigidity or shrieks; a terrific spasm moves downward (reverse - Cup.); the eyes jerk and stare; OPISTHOTONOS and frightful facial contortions, with bloody foam from mouth; then utter prostration. Epilepsy. Spasm of diaphragm; of gullet. Rigid muscles.
Childish. Suspicious. Violent. Rash. Delirium. Congestion to head, with vomiting and purging (Ver-v.). Headaches, > passing flatus. Head twists to one side. Vertigo. Meningitis. Squint. Bleeding ears. Red, sweat face. Grinds teeth. Trismus. Craves chalk, coal, etc. Loud hiccough; alternating with thoracic spasm (Stry.). Oppressed breathing. Tremulous palpitation. Heart seems to stop (Dig.). Turns feet inward; or big toes up during spasm. Pustules coalesce into thick, yellow (loose), massive crusts; < head and face. Impetigo.
Region: BRAIN; NERVES; Skin.
Worse: INJURIES, TO BRAIN (Nat-s;:; Jar; Noise; Touch; Cold; Dentition.