Author: Cyrus Boger
Spasmodic, catarrhal and haemorrhagic effects. Tuberculosis; of bones.
Easily angered. Desire to drown himself. Sensitive to sour odors. Painful sneezing. Putrid taste. PROLONGED, PERIODICAL FITS OF RAPID, INCESSANT, DEEP BARKING OR CHOKING COUGH; as if from abdomen; taking away the breath; compel holding the sides and ending in retching, vomiting (first of ingesta, then of mucus), nosebleed or cold sweat; followed by loquacity. Typical whooping cough. Tickling like a feather or crumb in larynx. Bloody, purulent expectoration. Hoarse, toneless voice. Constriction of chest. Stitches below axillae. Writers' cramp.
Region: RESPIRATORY ORGANS; Bones, Long (Stil;:; Joints; Larynx; Chest; Lungs; Glands.
Worse: After midnight; On lying down; Warmth; Talking; Cold foods; Laughing; After measles.