Author: William Boericke
For gastric headaches, bilious attacks, with characteristically mapped tongue and jaundiced skin. Cancer of bladder. Flatulence. Hysterical tympanites.
Head: Sensation of great heat on top of head. Sterno-mastoid muscle very painful to touch.
Mouth: Mapped tongue. Tongue covered with a white film; feels raw; comes off in patches, leaving red, sensitive spots. Loss of appetite. Bitter taste and eructations. Salivation.
Abdomen: Liver enlarged and indurated. Sharp stitches in left side. Sensation of bubbles bursting in bowels. Tympanites. Evacuation difficult.
Extremities: Very restless limbs. Neuralgia of knee; better, pressure. Limbs painful to touch.
Fever: Chilliness after eating, worse drinking; finger tips cold. Bitter taste. Heat without thirst, in face, in toes. Sweat on falling asleep.
Skin: Profuse night-sweats.
Modalities: Worse, resting, lying down, sitting. Better, touch.