Author: Jan Scholten
665.23.05 Erythraea chironioides, Canchalagua
Names: Erythraea chironioides is an unresolved name.
Names: Erythraea chilensis, Erythrea venusta, Erythrea chironioides.
English: Venusta Centaury.
Sensation: sore, bruised, drops falling from and upon different spots.
Weather: < cold winds; heat, > open air.
Time: < night.
Desire: food, increased appetite.
Physical: > pressure.
Fever: intermittent, vernal; influenza, < hot climate; malarial; sepsis; chill, severe, violent, down the spine, + chattering of the teeth, < night, no appetite.
Head: congested, fullness; pressing pains in forehead; tightness of scalp, as if drawn together by rubber band.
Eyes: burning, left then right.
Ears: pain, piercing, stitches; buzzing and roaring.
Face: pale, cold, < fever.
Nose: catarrh, < influenza.
Mouth: lips cold, < fever; spitting of white mucus, with trembling and nervousness.
Lungs: catarrh, produced by influenza.
Stomach: belching, regurgitations, water brash; nausea, retching, vomiting, mucus, coloured with bile, < chill.
Abdomen: pain, > pressure; flatulence.
Rectum: constipation; stool hard, knotty, < morning.
Limbs: sore all over, legs; pain fingers, < fever; fingers and toes shriveled, cold, < fever.
Skin: corrugated, wrinkled like a washerwoman; leprosy.