Author: Cyrus Boger
Icy coldness of prominent, single or affected parts; nose (Ap. Med.), ears, fingers, knees, abdomen, etc.; at night (Pho.). Visible jerks or twitches. Vertex; heavy pressure on; pains, < stooping; or as of a weight in nape. Bursting headache. Pain ascends from nape. Misty vision. Frequent, scant urine. Boring at left scapula. Cramp in posterior thighs, < sitting, or from ankles to calves (r). Skin feels tight. Vivid dreams. Shivering, with yawning. Quartan malaria.
Region: Circulation; Motor nerves; Vertex.
Worse: Walking; Rest; Malaria; Ascending; Quinine.
Better: Hard pressure; Twilight; Laying on hands.