Indicated in low fevers with high temperature, vitiated state of the blood and every great weakness; in typhus and typhoid fever, septic conditions generally, with haemorrhagic tendency.
Great restlessness with extreme prostration.
Patient slips down toward the foot of the bed; must be lifted up every little while.
Pulse rapid, feeble, small; intermits every third beat.
Tongue dry as leather, paralyzed; gums swollen, sordes on teeth; breath foul.
Deep, painful ulcerations on the cheek, tongue, throat.
Diffuse redness of the mucous membrane of the mouth, followed by grayish-white exudation.
Involuntary watery stools whenever he attempts to urinate.
Stools mushy, with frequent discharge of offensive flatus and pain in the rectum.
Excessive soreness in rectum and anus; crawling, burning, stinging pain at the anus.
Haemorrhoidal tumors, blue, hot, and so sore that even the pressure of a sheet cannot be borne; prolapse while urinating.
Eruption on the skin, papular, petechial, with much itching.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)