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Berberis Vulgaris - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Berberis Vulgaris: Itching

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Shoulder.

Pain in the left shoulder, especially deep in the joint in front, as if in the head of the humerus, as if the parts were swollen, chiefly when moving the arms backward, always noticed on pressure for several hours (fifth day). Pain in the left shoulder externally and posteriorly, as if the arm had been strained or wrenched (thirty-second day).

A rheumatic, paralytic-like pain in the right shoulder and some stitches over the left eye,

Superficial tensive drawings in the shoulders.

Tearing-sticking pain in the shoulders.

Burning-sticking in the region of the right acromion, extending into it (one hundred and seventh day).

Bubbling-like digging pain and a living movement in the forepart of the right shoulder-joint, external to and somewhat below the head of the humerus.

Tearing-sticking pain along the border of the right shoulder, and then extending quickly down the outer side of the arm and ending in a fine stitch in the tip of the little finger.

Tearing pain in the shoulder-joint, especially in the forepart.

Tearing in the left shoulder extending across the whole shoulder-blade and down the back, especially on motion; it continued several days (sixth day),

Tearings, beginning along the border of the left shoulder, extending up on the side of the neck and throat as far as the left side of the occipital region, where it becomes seated (forty-sixth and forty-seventh day).

Corrosive smarting sensation on the left shoulder.

Pain in the right shoulder as if it would suppurate.

Bubbling-like sensation in the right shoulder, chiefly in the forepart, not painful, as if something living were in it and would bore its way out, severe a few minutes (seventh and fifteenth days).

Arm.

Weakness and a paralyzed feeling in the arms, becoming painful on exertion after some violent exercise of the arms, and a painful sensation in the muscles for several days, especially on motion, though also at other times, caused or increased by pressure.

Burning pain on the inner side of the left upper arm two inches below the joint, superficial in the skin or just under it, with some pressure at intervals of two or three seconds, whereby the pain becomes worse (twenty-sixth day).

Tensive pain in the muscles of the right upper arm.

Pressive pain in the arms, especially in the thick muscles of the shoulders, in the inner muscles, and also on the inner side of the upper arm, less of the forearm.

Drawing tensive sensation in the arms at times with slight tearing, often with a feeling of heaviness and loss of power in them.

Violent pressive-tensive pain in the left upper arm, about the middle of the forepart and somewhat inward on the bone, as if something would be torn loose, so that it is sore as far as the bone, for two minutes (fifty-seventh day).

Drawing pain in the outer side of the left upper arm.

Drawing pain in the outer part of the upper arm extending down to the elbow-joint (thirty-fifth day).

Forcible pressive pain in the middle and on the outer anterior side of the left upper arm in the vicinity of the bone, with a heavy sensation, so that she must let the arm hang down for a minute, followed by heaviness, which continues a long time.

Sticking pain in the thick flesh of the left upper arm in front, three inches below the joint.

Five stitches in quick succession on the inner side of the right upper arm, just below the axilla, with burning between the stitches and afterwards.

Six sharp stitches on the inner side of the left upper arm, just below the axilla, as if a fine splinter were thrust deep into the bone, ending in a long-drawn stitch.

A burning stitch, external in the middle of the right upper arm.

Burning stitch in the thick flesh of the right upper arm.

Tearing on the anterior portion of the left upper arm.

Tearing pain in the muscles of the inner side of the right upper arm for half a minute.

Slight tearing as if under the skin in the outer side of the left upper arm to the middle (for quarter of a minute).

Tearing in the upper and inner portion of the left upper arm for half a minute, with burning.

Tearing pain for a minute deep in the bone, extending from the middle of the inner and anterior portion of the left upper arm down over the elbow-joint, in the radius to the wrist and the inner side of the back of the metacarpus, so that she, being attacked during a somewhat arduous work, is obliged to allow the arm to hang down and incline towards the left side, with a feeling of heaviness and swelling in the arm (forty-fourth day).

Drawing-tearing pain in the left arm at the insertion of the pectoral muscles.

Drawing sticking-tearing below the right shoulder-joint, on the inner and posterior side of the upper arm, in a place in the flesh about two inches long, for a quarter of an hour (twenty-ninth day).

Two pressive tearings in the outer middle portion of the right upper arm, extending to the bone.

Pressive and digging tearing in the bone of the left upper arm, behind the belly of the biceps, from without inward, for an inch in length, lasting twelve seconds.

In the anterior region of the right upper arm, just below the shoulder-joint, several painful, jerking-like, digging tearings deep in the bone, on a surface of about an inch and a half (ninety-first day).

Four bubbling-like tearings in the muscles of the inner side of the left upper arm, extending from within outward, at intervals of a few seconds (one hundred and twenty-first day).

Bubbling sensation in the muscles in the middle of the right upper arm extending outward (nineteenth day).

Bubbling in the forepart of the right upper arm, two inches below the shoulder-joint, in about twenty pulsations.

Bubbling sensation in the right upper arm, three inches below the joint, external between the muscles and the bone (twenty-second day).

Bubbling sensation in the thick flesh of the right upper arm, on going to bed, as if the muscles were alive, three times in succession (one hundred and fifth day).

Elbow.

A violent pain in the tendon of the biceps at the bend of the elbow, suddenly after lifting or moving the arm, especially on extending it, and reaching deep into the joint and forward for a way along the radial side of the forearm, as also upward along the outer and posterior surface of the upper arm.

Burning pain in the outer anterior part of the left elbow (one hundred and third day).

Burning in the outer anterior portion of the left elbow, not only in the skin but also deep in the flesh and extending outward, for a minute.

Burning pain as from nettles in the right elbow, between the olecranon to the inner condyle of the humerus (ten seconds).

Tensive sensation in the flexor surface of the left elbow, a few inches on the forearm, extending forward, especially on extending the arm, for a minute.

A drawing-tensive pain in the outer portion of the left elbow-joint.

Twitching-sticking pain above the right elbow extending upward a few inches.

Crawling-sticking pain in the left elbow.

Tearing-sticking pain in the forepart of the right elbow-joint, especially in the tendons of the muscles, caused and increased by motion, for eight minutes (twenty-seventh day).

Tearing pain in the right elbow extending outward.

Violent tearing in the right elbow, extending slowly along the outer border of the ulna, as if something scraped the bone, and as if it were distended at the same time, with a feeling of lameness and heaviness of the forearm, several times in the day (seventy-fourth day).

Drawing-tearing pain in the right elbow down to the lower portion of the forearm.

Smarting pain in the elbow-joint.

Corrosive pain in the right elbow.

Forearm.

A lymphatic swelling in the flexor tendons of the left forearm on the lower and inner border of the ulna, two inches from the wrist, moderately hard, not very painful to touch, almost not at all on motion, not red, only covered with two petechial-like spots an inch long, not very hot, with burning pain in the skin, lasting several days, then slowly disappearing (tenth week).

Numb paralyzed pain in the extensor surface of the left forearm about two inches from the wrist, extending into it, and on motion to the elbow, deep internally; she is obliged to lay the arm out straight; if the hand hangs down the pain becomes more violent, and then the forearm feels as if asleep (twenty-second day).

A cold sensation like tearing in the right forearm on the anterior margin of the radius.

Burning pain in the outer side of the left forearm.

Burning in the styloid process of the right radius; a red spot appears which becomes larger on rubbing (one hundred and first day).

Slight burning pain on the outer side of the radius of the left forearm, some inches below the elbow (one hundred and fourth day).

Biting-burning pain in the middle of the outer side of the left forearm for about five minutes, then becoming a pressive numb sensation.

Biting tearing-burning pain in the ulnar side of the right forearm.

Pinching constrictive pain in the lower external portion of the left forearm.

Pressive-pinching painlike cramp, in the flexor surface of the right forearm, two inches from the wrist-joint, for about ten seconds, soon again for a longer time.

Drawing pain in the left forearm outward external in the flexor surface after exerting it. On long-continued grasping with the right hand, pain in the flexor muscles and heaviness of the hand and forearm.

Pressive pain in the extensor surface of the right forearm (one hundred and sixth day).

Pressure in the flexor surface of the right forearm, two or three inches from the wrist, in a place of the size of a quarter of a dollar, as if it extended into the bones.

Stitching pain in the muscles of the left forearm below the middle of the ulna.

A stitch in the muscles of the left forearm, slowly penetrating inward along the radius for about ten seconds (seventeenth day).

Four stitches in quick succession along the inner side of the right forearm, in the muscles and tendons of the ulna, from about the middle straight downward.

A burning stitch on the dorsal side of the forearm, about two inches from the wrist.

A burning stitch in the right radius, two inches from the wrist, extending from without inward to the bone.

A violent pressive boring stitch in the inner side of the right forearm, four inches from the wrist, as if a nail were forced into the bone for a minute, not increased by pressure.

Tearing in the left forearm, from without inward.

Fine tearing as if under the skin in the flexor surface of the forearm.

Tearing in the right forearm along the inner side of the radius, for half a minute.

Tearing in the muscles in the flexor surface of the radius, extending from the elbow-joint downward, for a minute.

Violent tearing pain in the right forearm, chiefly in the ulnar portion, extending from the elbow into the wrist, and back again, at the same time extending into the posterior lower portion of the muscles of the upper arm, with a sensation of heaviness and powerlessness of the arm, lasting nearly the whole night and even continuing the next morning (sixty-ninth to seventieth days).

Pressive-tensive, exceedingly painful tearing, aggravated by paroxysms, in the left forearm from the elbow-joint into the ulna, especially in its lower portion, deep as if in the bone, extending to the back of the hand and the middle joint of the fingers, with heaviness and powerlessness of the arm, as if she could not raise it, as if it were swollen, returning several hours in succession and lasting each time from one-half to one minute, in the evening, and also again the next morning (forty-fourth day).

Smarting pain on the back of the forearm, just behind the left wrist, aggravated by rubbing.

Smarting or smarting-burning pain in various places on the forearm, several times, especially on the outer side, aggravated by rubbing; at times a red spot appears after it.

Wrist.

Pain in the wrist after exerting the hand.

Transient burning pain in the wrists.

Burning pain as from nettles on the back of the left wrist, aggravated by rubbing, several times, once extending down between the metacarpal bones of the little and ring fingers.

Some itching-burning or biting stitches in the wrists.

Gnawing pain in the right wrist, sometimes for only a minute, sometimes for two hours (one hundred and third day).

Pressive pain in the right wrist, chiefly on the outer side, as after a bruise, extending into the hand.

Violent sticking in the right wrist, beginning in the forearm somewhat above it, extending down deep through the joint into the middle of the hand, lasting nearly half an hour, and returning.

A burning stitch in the left external wrist bone, followed by a slight burning.

Slight transient or continued tearing in the wrist-joint.

Tearing in the inner side of the left wrist extending to the flexor surface of the ring finger, penetrating deep into the joint of the hand, and then continuing a jerking-sticking.

Tearing in the wrist, alternating with tearing in the hands and fingers.

Corrosive tearing on the back of the right wrist, extending from the metacarpal bone of the index finger to its last joint.

Hands.

A sensation as if cold drops of rain fell upon the back of the hand when she went from the house into the open air (seventh day).

An increased sensation of warmth in the palms of the hands, frequently with itching or crawling, as in chilblains.

Burning pain in the back of the right hand.

Smarting-burning pain in the region between the fourth and fifth metacarpal bones of the right hand, aggravated even by a slight touch (seventy-third day).

Violent pressing digging and humming pain on the back of the whole of the right hand, arising in the region of the first joint of the fingers, with a sensation of heaviness in them, so that she must let them hang down, at 9 o'clock in the evening, little noticed the next morning (forty-fifth day).

Sticking pain in the outer border of the right hand.

Tearing tensive-sticking in the right palm in the region of the metacarpal bone of the little finger, extending deep toward the little finger (for quarter of a minute).

A severe stitch in the palm of the left hand, beginning in the middle of the wrist and extending deep to the middle of the palm, after exerting the hand (forty-fourth day).

Sudden stitches in the left palm, cutting into it from the outer side, shooting back and forth, so that she involuntarily seizes the hand.

A burning stitch on the back of the left hand between the metacarpal bones of the index and middle fingers, from without inward, continuing to burn afterward.

Tearing in the outer balls of the left palm.

Tearing in the middle metacarpal bones of the right hand, with quick pulsations therein, frequently returning in single tearings.

Tearing pain in the outer portion of the back of the left hand, in the region of the fourth and fifth metacarpal bone, soon changing to a gnawing.

Tearing in the left hand along the metacarpal bone of the little finger.

Sensitive tearing on the external margin of the right hand, for a minute, extending forward to the little finger, so that the whole hand is affected.

Wandering tearing in the back of the hand, frequently extending into the extensor surface of the finger, frequently ending in stitches in the tips of the fingers.

Gnawing-smarting pain on the back of the left hand, aggravated by rubbing.

Tearing-pulsating pain deep in the left palm in the region of the metacarpal bone of the middle finger, for some minutes (one hundred and second day).

Fingers.

Slight redness of the tip of the finger and of the back of the first two phalanges, with frequent itching in them, as after slight freezing, several times.

Slight pain, with stiffness in the second joint of the left index finger, chiefly on bending it (ninety-third day).

In the metacarpal bone of the little finger of the right hand, the same pain on motion and pressure, also extending to the neighboring extensor tendons; the joint of the first phalanx is visibly swollen; the pain is sometimes very severe, sometimes less (fifty-first to sixty-third days).

Burning pain between the metacarpal bones of the second and third fingers of the right hand.

Burning pain in the inner side of the dorsal surface of the right index finger.

Burning pain on the back of the right index finger.

Burning between the thumb and the index finger of the left hand; on rubbing, a red spot appears.

Burning as from nettles on the back of the second joint of the right index finger.

Burning as from nettles in the second joint of the left index finger, with stiffness, especially when bending it (ninety-third day).

Gnawing-burning pain as from nettles in the first joint of the left middle finger, aggravated by rubbing, for several minutes.

Burning pain in the first joint of the left index finger for several days together, aggravated by rubbing; after a time red pimples appear, which do not maturate (one hundred and sixth day).

Burning pain with fine stitches as from insects, along the metacarpal bone of the right middle finger; on rubbing, the pain scatters (ninety-seventh day).

Jerking-burning pain in the outer surface of the right middle finger from the second joint into the nail, as if in the bone.

Drawing in the second and third joints of the right index finger, for one minute.

A humming pain in the outer side of the third phalanx of the right middle finger (ninety-ninth day).

A humming pain in the tip of the left index finger, as if it would suppurate (seventy-second day).

Pressive pain in the region of the first joint of the left thumb, in the bone, extending into the second joint (ninety-first day).

Biting-sticking pain in the ulnar side of the second phalanx of the right middle finger, for a few minutes.

Fine stitching-sticking pain in the flexor surface of the first joint of the left index finger.

A stitch in the ball of the right thumb.

A stitch in the ball of the first joint of the left little finger.

Some stitches in the flexor surface in the first portion of the index finger, changing to slight sticking.

Two stitches on the back of the first phalanx of the index finger, changing to slight stitches, which last a quarter of a minute.

Six itching stitches in the region of the first joint of the left index finger, on the inner side.

Ten to fifteen stitches as with fine needles from without inward in the middle of the flexor surface of the first phalanx of the left index finger, at last changing to fine continued stitches.

Several violent stitches, at times lasting only a few seconds, at times a quarter of a minute, in the tip of the index or ring finger, at times also involving the other fingers, frequently.

Stitching pain in the inner surface of the right thumb, sometimes caused by pressure upon it.

Burning stitch in the inner side of the metacarpal bone of the right index finger, for ten to fifteen seconds.

A burning stitch on the inner side of the third joint of the left index finger.

A burning stitch on the inner side of the second joint of the left index finger.

Burning stitches on the outer side of the second joint of the right index finger.

Burning stitches in the inner side of the metacarpal bone of the left little finger.

Fine burning stitches in the second and third joints of the left little finger, for half a minute.

A twitching-cutting stitch extending across from the first joint of the little finger of the left hand into the palm.

Fine pulselike stitches in the tip of the right index finger. Pain with stiffness in the second joint of the right middle finger, in the morning on waking, at first aggravated by pressure, for a few minutes.

Bubbling stitches in the inner side of the tip of the right thumb, deep under the nail, as if shooting out from the bone, for a few seconds (seventy-first day).

Tearing in the balls of the thumbs.

Tearing along the inner surface of the right thumb.

Some tearings in the finger joints.

Tearing in the tips of the fingers, especially of the index finger.

Tearing on the back of the finger, now here, now there, chiefly in the joints.

Tearing under the nail of the left thumb, from without inward.

Tearing in the inner side of the joint of the left index finger several times during the day, lasting several minutes.

Tearing on the inner surface of the first joint of the right index finger (ninety-seventh day).

Tearing in the metacarpal bone of the right thumb backward toward the wrist, changing to eight penetrating stitches in the same place.

Tearing in the metacarpal bone of the ring finger, somewhat aggravated by pressure, for twelve to fifteen minutes.

Violent tearing on the right side of the index finger, so that she almost trembled, as if the flesh were torn loose from the bone, for a minute (seventy-fourth day).

Tearing from the second joint of the middle finger of the right hand backward along the tendons to the wrist, for half a minute.

In the first portion of the right middle finger, a tearing pain as if sprained, chiefly in the first joint, especially on motion and touch, with swelling of the parts about the joints, mostly on the back and in the sides, also of the phalanx itself, with cracking of the joints on motion (twenty-second to sixtieth day).

Tearing, now slight, now violent, in several fingers, especially on the back, frequently with some stiffness of them, especially in the index and ring fingers, frequently changing into outward shooting stitches in the tips of the fingers, sometimes lasting only a few seconds, sometimes for several minutes.

Tearing along the metacarpal bone of the left index finger, with pulselike stitches extending inward in the bone.

Tearing in the outer side of the left thumb, as deep as the bone, increased by pressure, with some pulselike stitches from without inward, near the joint (seventy-second day).

Tearing in the ulnar side of the left thumb as deep as the bone, increased by pressure, with a few intermitting pulselike stitches from without inward near the joint.

Tearing along the side of the metacarpal bone of the right little finger, for half a minute, with a sensation of heaviness and powerlessness in the outer portion of the hand.

Burning-tearing in the volar surface of the first joint of the right thumb.

Drawing-tearing in the second joint of the right index finger and near it, on the back.

A humming-tearing in the left thumb, with a feeling as if it were distended and heavy, for a few minutes, several times in the day (sixty-fourth day).

Smarting-tearing pain in the outer surface of the left index finger, aggravated by rubbing, and changing into a burning pain.

Smarting pain on the back of the fingers.

Bubbling sensation in the ball of the right thumb (nineteenth day).

Lower extremities

In General.

Great weakness of the lower extremities during a walk, so that he scarcely felt them, as if numb (fiftieth day).

Sensation of weakness, and as if bruised, in the lower extremities, sometimes with heaviness and stiffness, and a paralyzed feeling, as after a long march, or as if the parts were strained, as if the muscles were too thick, usually in the soft parts, though not seldom also in the bones, with pain, which is easily excited by motion, though not always aggravated, through nearly the whole period of the proving, sometimes worse, sometimes better.

A feeling in the lower extremities, as if they were becoming emaciated, which really seemed to be the case.

Great heaviness, bruised sensation, and lassitude in the lower limbs, especially in the thighs, mostly in ascending stairs, with great weakness (fifty-first day),

Drawing-tensive sensation in the lower extremities over a large surface, sometimes also with slight, rather superficial tearings, and a heavy or stiff paralyzed feeling, especially when rising after sitting a long time.

Hip and Thigh.

Burning pain in the region of the left trochanter.

Pulselike burning stitches, extending from the right trochanter downward deep inwardly, lasting half a minute.

Slight drawing pain in the region of the right trochanter.

Tearing pain in the region below the trochanter.

Tearing pain in the hip bones of one side near the spine.

Tearing from the posterior border of the hip bones downward and inward.

Creeping cold sensation on the outer side of the thigh, as if Merc Viv quicksilver were running on or beneath the skin, sometimes accompanied by tension in the muscles, or a sticking sensation, though painless, mostly when standing, seldom when sitting, at times ending in burning.

Transient sensation of warmth on the outer portion of the left thigh (one hundred and fifth day).

Transient sensation of warmth on the posterior lower portion of the left thigh, extending down into the upper part of the calf (one hundred and fourth day).

Feeling of warmth on the posterior upper portion of the thigh for a short time.

Burning pain in the left nates.

Burning pain on the inner side of the lower portion of the left thigh, aggravated by even slight touch (one hundred and sixth day).

Burning pain in the inner anterior side of the upper part of the right thigh.

Tension in the muscles in the upper and anterior part of the thigh, when walking, frequently changing into a pain.

Tension in the thighs and nates from the hips downward, with numbness, and at times increased warmth.

Tensive pain in one or the other bend of the thighs, as if the tendons were too short, when walking.

Drawing-tensive sensation in the posterior muscles of the thigh.

Drawing-tensive pain in the muscles of the outer side of the right thigh, outward and backward, as if a cramp would come.

Drawing-tensive pain in the tendons of the thigh, extending downward over the knee-cap, when walking, for some minutes.

A pinching sensation in the muscles of the thigh, especially the flexors, and in the calves.

On more violent motion than usual pinching in the muscles of the thighs.

Tensive contraction of the muscles of the thigh, especially on the posterior surface and in the calves, chiefly when walking.

Drawing pain in the nates.

Drawing from the small of the back on one or the other side from the nates down into the thigh.

Drawing pain in the anterior region of the pelvic bone straight outward into the muscles of the thigh.

Drawing pain in the muscles of the right thigh, two inches above the knee.

Drawing pain from the region of the trochanter downward into the thigh.

Drawing or drawing-tensive sensation or pain on the inner side of the thigh.

At night when falling to sleep, slight workings, like crawlings or drawings, on the outer side of the left thigh, extending downward over the knee, followed by a cramplike sensation in the calf, with tingling in it and the outstretched foot (forty-seventh day).

Dragging sensation in the nates and the upper posterior portion of the thigh, starting from the sacrum.

Gnawing on the outer upper portion of the left thigh.

Gnawing pain on the posterior surface of the left thigh above the hollow of the knee (one hundred and twenty-second day).

Gnawing sensation on the outer lower region of the right thigh, especially when walking; is caused and aggravated by rubbing (one hundred and eighth day).

Biting-gnawing in the outer lower side of the left thigh above the knee (eighty-eighth day).

Tensive pressive pain in the thighs, calves, and knees, as if the muscles were too short.

Sticking pain, mostly transient, in the nates.

Sticking pain, often violent, from without inward, in the middle of the posterior or anterior region of the thigh, very frequent in rest and also after motion, confined to a small spot.

Burning-sticking pain in the outer anterior portion of the right thigh below the middle, for a few minutes.

Tearing-sticking pain penetrating deep into the bone, in the outer middle region of the right thigh, several times in succession.

Pulselike sticking pain in the posterior lower portion of the right thigh, for two thirds of a minute, whereby he imagines that by the finger he noticed a pulsation in the affected part (sixty-fourth day).

Bubbling-sticking pain in the middle of the posterior portion of the left thigh.

A stitch in the inner posterior and middle portion of the thigh in the flesh from without inward, long drawn out, when walking.

A stitch through the left thigh, in the forepart somewhat above the middle, from within outward (twenty-first day).

A stitch in the left nates when standing, extending deep into the muscles.

Three violent stitches in the forepart of the left thigh, about five inches from the knee, extending into the flesh, as with a needle, or as if an animal stung one, so that, thinking this, one grasps the part in order to find the animal; quarter of an hour afterwards, two stitches near the knee.

In the posterior and inner side of the left thigh, six inches above the knee, four stitches from without inward, like severe stings from insects.

About thirty bubbling stitches, at intervals of one or several seconds, in the middle of the left thigh, whereby he thinks he can feel a throbbing with the fingers; mostly a touch causes continued pain.

Some stitches in the middle of the left thigh, external, extending upward along it.

Some burning stitches in the outer upper side of the right thigh.

A biting stitch in the inner and lower portion of the left thigh.

A long-drawn stitch in the inner posterior side of the middle of the left thigh, when walking (seventy-fifth day).

Deep violent stitches on the inner side of the right thigh, two inches from the knee, extending obliquely downward in this place to the opposite side, chiefly when stepping upon it; when sitting at rest, rather paroxysmal, less sensitive stitches (one hundred and eighth day).

Pulsating stitches in the muscles of the posterior portion, of the left thigh, deep from without inward, lasting a quarter of an hour, when walking and sitting (ninety-third day).

Biting pain in the skin, in a small spot on the inner and upper side of the left thigh.

Gnawing-biting sensation on the outer anterior side of the left thigh about the middle.

Tearing pain in the thick flesh of the left thigh, about the middle of the forepart.

Tearing pain in the forepart of the thigh and downward over the knee.

Tearing pain on the inner side of the thigh.

On the outer side of the left thigh tearing pain, as if under the skin.

A tearing pain in the lower outer side of the right thigh above the knee, extending down into the outer part of the leg and calf.

Tearing or tearing-drawing pain on the outer or inner side of the thigh.

Tearing, or tearing-sticking, or drawing-tearing pain, in the muscles of the posterior portion of the thigh, chiefly about the middle.

Tearing or tearing-sticking pain in the extensor muscles of the thigh, often arising after motion.

Tearing pain in the outer side of the thigh, sometimes only in one side, sometimes spread over the whole thigh, remitting and recurring, chiefly after motion.

Severe tearing pain in the left or right nates, when walking, extending deep into the ischium, for nearly a minute, also of a less severe kind.

Severe tearing in the left femur, from the trochanter down to the knee-joint, aggravated by paroxysms, for quarter of an hour, when sitting.

Tearing pain in the lower external and anterior portion of the right thigh, sometimes also of the left, when walking, at last changing to a tension.

Biting-tearing pain in the inner, upper, and anterior region of the left thigh, when walking (ninety-third day).

Sore pain in the outer anterior side of the right thigh (eighty-second day).

Sore pain in the bend of the thigh (ninety-first day).

Smarting pain in the outer side of the right thigh, soon after, in the middle of the forepart.

Pressive pinching-throbbing pain in the upper anterior portion of the right thigh, when standing and walking.

Painless bubbling in the lower portion of the right thigh, as if a stream of air as large as a finger, or a worm of the same size, forced itself through the flesh, lasting several minutes (seventieth day).

Bubbling twice in the lower and anterior portion of the right thigh, not far from the knee.

Bubbling sensation in the muscles of the right thigh in the forepart, moving here and there, as if something living were crawling therein.

Bubbling sensation in the posterior and upper portion of the left thigh, just below the nates, for one minute, slowly digging and working in a spot as large as two hands.

Bubbling sensation in the forepart of the right thigh, evenings in bed, extending along the thigh, with fine interruptions, as if a stream of water or blood forced its way through the flesh (forty-first day).

Knee.

Great swelling of the veins near the knee-joints, in the lower and posterior portion of the upper part of the calves.

A sensation as if weak, bruised, and paralyzed in the knees, during and after walking, and on rising after sitting a long time, very frequently.

Biting-burning sensation on the inner side of the right knee, for several seconds, returning slightly soon afterwards.

Drawing-burning pain in the right hollow of the knee.

Tension in the knee-joint, now in one side, now in the forepart, especially in the region of the patella, now posteriorly, chiefly in the tendons, as if they were too short, frequently accompanied by a sensation of heaviness or paralysis, especially noticed when moving, particularly when stretching, often caused for the first time thereby.

Violent pinching pain in the right popliteal space and calf, when sitting down in the evening, when lying in bed, lasting an hour, after a moderate walk (eighty-sixth day).

Drawing pain in the patella, extending downward into the anterior upper portion of the leg, caused by walking, and also arising of itself.

Gnawing pain on the outer side of the left knee-pain (one hundred and third day).

Pressive pain in the left hollow of the knee, extending through the joint to the patella, with a feeling as if the knee were stiff and swollen; bending, and especially extending the knee, aggravates it; the tendons seem too short (ninety-first day).

Tensive pressive pain in the right patella, and in the ligaments and tendons behind it, after walking.

At night, a sticking-pressive pain across the left knee (thirty-first day).

Tearing-pressive pain in the right patella and in the ligaments behind it, caused by motion.

Sticking, then burning pain below the margin of the left patella, extending inward into the joint, when walking, lasting more than a minute.

Sticking pain in the inner side of the right knee, extending outward into the tendons of this region.

Sticking pain above the margin of the patella, when going upstairs.

Sticking pain through the right knee-joint, from before backward beneath the patella, when walking, so that stepping she starts up and is obliged to favor the foot, four times in succession, returning afterward twice (forty-ninth day).

In the morning, when she goes down stairs, after rising from bed, when bending the knee, a violent sticking pain just above the patella, as from a nail deep inwardly, so severe for several hours in succession that she is lame; afterwards it changes to a pressure (aching), (fifty-second day).

Slow sticking pain, as if a large nail were forced inward in a small spot in the right knee, in the forepart near the lower margin of the patella, deeply penetrating, disappears during rest, caused by motion, and lasts nearly three hours, with heaviness in the calves.

Drawing-sticking pain in the left hollow of the knee, extending downward into the upper part of the leg, for a minute and a half; the same pain in the inner side of the right knee, rather superficial.

Some stitches shoot through the knee-joint.

Stitches in the knee-joint, now in one, now in another place, especially on the inner side.

Four stitches below the right knee-joint shooting into the knee obliquely from below upward beneath the patella, when walking.

Burning stitches in front above the left knee-joint, so that he is frightened.

Bubbling stitches in the region above the left knee (ninety-fourth day).

Bubbling long-drawn stitches in the tendons of the outer side of the left popliteal space, for a few minutes, when walking and standing (seventy-first day).

On the inner side of the left knee-joint near the patella, violent pain shooting backward into the knee-joint, and through the joint beneath the patella, as if it were swollen and inflamed, when bending the knee, from 4 till 11 in the morning; the pain disappears during rest in an extended position.

Several tearings in the knee-joints more or less severe.

Tearing or tearing-sticking pain in the knee-joint, most frequently in the inner side, though also in the outer anterior and posterior portion, also frequently extending into the neighboring parts.

Tearing in the tendons of the knee, especially the posterior muscles, when walking or standing.

Smarting pain in the forepart of the left knee near the patella, twice in succession.

Legs.

Sticking pain in the right leg near the lower part of the tibia, when walking.

Sensitive tearing-sticking pain in the left leg, on the side between the tibia and fibula, in the extensor muscles, especially in their tendons, two inches above the joint, extending down into the external malleolus and the outer side of the back of the foot, lasting more than half an hour.

Burning-sticking pain in the middle of the left leg, on the outer side near the tibia about the middle, for about three minutes, several times returning.

Tearing pain along the whole outer side of the right leg, into the external malleolus and down over the outer side of the back of the foot, then also extending upward along the outer side of the thigh.

Tensive pressive-tearing in the outer portion of the left leg, a few inches above the external malleolus between the tibia and fibula, with intermissions, nearly half an hour.

Biting-stinging pain in the middle of the outer portion of the right leg, chiefly when walking and standing.

Corrosive pain on the outer side of the left leg.

Sensation of coldness, almost tearing, on the front of the right tibia.

Tearing-tensive pain in the middle of the tibia, extending upward to the knee.

Burning-gnawing pain on the inner anterior side of the right tibia below the knee, when walking, aggravated by rubbing.

Sticking pain in the tibia, especially in the middle, from without inward, mostly in a small spot, when walking and standing, seldom when sitting.

Tearing-sticking pain near the middle of the left tibia, extending outward.

Tearing-sticking pain in the middle of the tibia, in the bone, in intermitting, twinging jerks, for more than a minute, as if the periosteum would be torn loose.

Corrosive sticking pain in a small spot in the middle of the crest of the tibia.

A single stitch in the right tibia.

Three stitches in the inner side of the left tibia, about the middle.

A severe burning stitch in the lower portion of the left tibia, in the skin on the outer side close to the ridge of the bone, as if it pierced the bone, so that she starts.

Three fine burning stitches from without inward, externally near the left tibia, a few inches above the ankle.

Three sudden burning stitches, penetrating inward, in the outer side of the left tibia, as if she were painfully stung by an insect, so that she starts (one hundredth day).

Several fine burning-itching stitches on the outer side near the middle of the right tibia.

Superficial tearing on the tibia, at the side of it.

Single transient tearings in the tibia.

Tearing pain in various places in the tibia, most frequent in the middle, frequently extending upward into the knee and downward into the ankle.

Tearing in the sides of the tibia, sometimes superficial and slight, sometimes deep and violent.

Tearing, at times tearing-sticking pain in the tibia, down along its inner surface, with pressive, or bruised, or warm sensation, or burning, as if the bone would be pressed asunder, when walking and standing, and also when sitting.

Tingling, very painful tearing in the right tibia, a few inches from the joint, extending upward, greatly aggravated by pressure, lasting a few minutes.

Biting-smarting pain in the middle of the right tibia, aggravated by rubbing and motion, and changing to a sore pain.

Violent scraping pain in the inner side of the right tibia, from the inner malleolus upward.

Smarting-burning pain in the upper part of the right calf, externally below the knee, extending backward and downward over the calf, with a bruised sensation.

Cramplike pain in the left calf, when sitting, for a few minutes, as if the muscles were bruised (ninety-first day).

Tensive pain in the calves, when walking, especially when rising after sitting a long time.

Cramplike pain in the upper part of the left calf, evenings in going upstairs.

Cramplike pain in the left calf, in the evening when going to sleep, for quarter of an hour.

Cramplike pain in the right calf, with several stitches, for half a minute, when walking.

Drawing or drawing pain in the calves, now here, now there, usually only in isolated spots, sometimes with a feeling of being asleep, heaviness, or stiffness.

Sticking in the upper inner portion of the left calf, soon changing to a bubbling sensation, as if a bloodvessel were throbbing under the skin.

Sticking pain from within outward in the right calf, somewhat above the middle, for forty seconds, returning after about ten minutes, and continuing a long time, but moderately.

Sticking pain in the calves, now slight, now severe, chiefly in the middle, during and after motion, continuing during rest, even arising without motion, though seldom, often penetrating deeply.

Drawing-sticking pain, extending outward to the middle of the right calf, for ten minutes.

In the outer portion of the right calf, near the tibia, a slow, cutting, sticking pain, for a few minutes.

Burning corrosive sticking on the outer and posterior portion of the middle of the right calf.

Tearing-sticking pain in the calves, especially in the middle.

A few or several stitches in succession in the calves.

Burning stitches in the middle of the left calf.

Biting pain on the outer and anterior portion of the left calf, when walking.

Tingling sensation in the calves, as of being asleep.

Tearing pain in the calves in various places, especially in the middle, sometimes extending into the tendo Achillis or the knee.

Superficial tearing pain on the outer side of the left calf, extending downward from the knee.

Tensive cramplike tearing in the upper and inner portion of the right calf, especially when walking and standing (one hundred and third day).

Pressive tearing pain in the left calf, extending as far as the bones, for several seconds.

Dull, pressive, bruised pain in the calves.

Bubbling in the left calf, deep in the muscles.

In the outer portion of the middle of the left calf, bubblings, mornings in bed (one hundred and ninth day).

At times severe, at times slight pain in the tendines Achillis, as if they had been excessively strained.

Pressive-tensive pain in the tendines Achillis, when standing and walking, and afterwards; seldom when at rest.

Drawing pain or drawing-tearing in the tendines Achillis in the same conditions.

Sticking pain in the left tendo Achillis, when walking; more in the posterior portion, in a few paroxysms.

A few stitches in the tendines Achillis.

Burning stitch in the left tendo Achillis (seventy-third day).

Intermitting stitches in the left tendo Achillis, when sitting and hanging the foot.

Tearing pain in the tendines Achillis, sometimes extending up into the calf, usually continuing nearly all day, when standing and walking, and also when sitting.

Smarting pain on the inner side of the tendines Achillis, extending upward to the calf, while sitting.

Ankle.

Violent pain below the left internal malleolus, when walking, with swelling of the ligaments and tendons in this region, extending to the inner portion of the foot as far as the great toe (ninety-first day).

Cold sensation, with a kind of painless tearing behind the left external malleolus (one hundred and fifth day).

Burning pain just above the left external malleolus.

Burning pain on the left external malleolus.

Gnawing on the forepart of the right ankle, for twenty seconds.

Gnawing pain on the external malleolus of the right foot, sometimes lasting only a few seconds, sometimes hours.

Gnawing and sticking in the region above and behind the left external malleolus (ninety-eighth day).

Violent pressive pain in the inner right malleolus, for half a minute.

Sudden sticking pain in the left ankle, when running, for twenty seconds, so that he became lame (sixty-third day).

Sticking in the inner malleolus of the right foot, changing to two violent stitches when stepping.

Sticking in the inner side of the left ankle on bending the joint outward, for half a minute.

Biting sticking on the anterior and outer side of the left malleolus.

Pulselike sticking in the left external malleolus from without inward, for six minutes, in the morning when waking, returning after a quarter of an hour as single stitches.

Bubbling-sticking pain in the left internal malleolus, for five minutes, preceded for ten minutes by simple sticking, at last changing to a dull, diffused, bruised, or numb pain, with increased sensation of warmth on the inner side of the leg.

Five violent stitches on the inner malleolus of the right foot, extending across from before backward (fortieth day).

A stitching in the right ankle from without inward, when standing.

Two piercing, very severe stitches in the anterior region of the right ankle, when walking.

Two sharp stitches on the right external malleolus, extending into the joint, when walking.

A burning stitch on the outer left malleolus, changing to a burning-sticking.

A burning stitch in the outer anterior portion of the right ankle, followed by itching.

Two burning stitches below and in front of the internal malleolus of the left foot.

Tearing in the ankles extending, now downward, now upward.

Tearing in the inner malleolus of the left foot down into the heel.

Fine tearing in the forepart of the left ankle across to the inner malleolus and down to the sole of the foot.

Violent tearing in the left external malleolus, extending upward into the tendons, for half a minute.

Tearing in the outer anterior portion of the left ankle, extending upward into the leg and downward into the back of the foot.

Severe tearing, almost sticking, from the left external malleolus upward into the neighboring tendons, for forty seconds.

Tearing in the inner malleolus of the left foot, changing to a burning.

Tearing in the left inner malleolus for half an hour, with a sharp stitch extending inward.

Tensive-tearing pain upon the forepart of the left ankle.

Drawing-tearing pain in the left external malleolus, extending forward and downward.

Tearing, or tearing-tensive, or sticking pain in the malleoli, seldom lasting; very frequently.

Violent tearing and digging pain in the left external malleolus, extending into the little toe, so that he is not able to move the foot, in the evening when going to sleep, lasting several minutes; afterward several slighter attacks.

Severe pain when touched, in the tendons and neighboring portions of the bone, in the region in front, and somewhat above both malleoli, especially of the left foot, discovered accidentally on motion (fifty-ninth to sixty-sixth days).

Smarting pain in the ankles.

Bubbling twitches from the left internal malleolus across over the joint, as if something living were moving in this place.

Smarting-itching pain on the forepart and sides of the left ankle.

Foot.

On stretching out the left foot, pain in the forepart of it.

Pain in the feet, especially in the toes, as from chilblains.

Burning pain, as from nettles, on the outer border of the left foot.

Sensation in the left hollow of the foot, as if the tendons were too short, like a cramp, when walking and sitting.

Two sharp stitches in the whole of the outer border of the right foot from without inward, then, on stepping, three more.

Five violent stitches in the outer and middle portion of the left foot, penetrating from above to the under side, as if the foot would be nailed down, after a few minutes.

Three frightful stitches between the metatarsal bones of the fourth and fifth toes of the left foot, as if a nail were forced from above through the foot, when standing (forty-fourth day).

A tearing in the inner border of the left foot.

Jerklike tearings in the outer border of the right foot, involving the whole extent of the metatarsal bone of the little toe, lasting several minutes, while sitting after a walk.

Corrosive pain on the inner border of the left foot.

Burning pain on the outer portion of the back of the right foot.

Corrosive burning on the outer anterior side of the back of the left foot.

On the back of the right foot across behind the first joint of the four outer toes, tensive pain, becoming sticking on stepping, for a quarter of an hour, in the morning on rising.

Four stitches on the outer side of the back of the right foot, when sitting, leaving a pain after them (fifty-first day).

Tearing pain on the back of the right foot in the middle, extending to the middle toes, when sitting.

At one time drawing, at another tensive, at another sticking-tearing on the back of the foot, drawing back and forth, at one time less, at another more severe, frequently ending as a stitch in the tips of the toes.

Corrosive pain on the outer side of the back of the left foot.

Bubbling sensation on the back of the left foot, extending towards the little toe.

Pain in a corn in the right sole frequently.

Tingling, at times crawling sensation of warmth in the soles, often at the same time in the toes, and on the back of the foot, as in frozen feet.

Burning in the soles of the feet, especially in the evening.

Sticking-burning pain in the soles of the feet.

A stitch in the left sole just behind the second toe, changing to a slight, frequent, bubbling sensation.

Ten or fifteen sensitive stitches in the sole of the right foot, at the first joint of the middle toe, when standing, from without inward.

A piercing stitch on the inner side of the right sole.

Two burning stitches penetrating inward in the right sole behind the joint of the first toe.

Crawling-stitching in the sole of the foot and on the back of the first joint of the left middle toes.

Violent pulsating stitches, deep in the left sole not far from the heel, for several minutes, from without inward (twenty-sixth day).

Tearing on the outer border of the right sole.

Tearing pain in the sole of the left foot and in the metatarsal joints of the toes.

Tearing pain in the soles of the feet, now here, now there, frequently with crawling motions, and a sensation of increased warmth therein.

In the middle of the sole of the left foot, rather externally, a pain, as after bruising the foot.

A burning sore pain in the inner side of the left sole.

Stitches in the balls of the feet, seldom lasting more than a few minutes, frequently only half a minute.

Pulselike stitches in the right balls of the feet.

Tearing in the balls of the feet, mostly of the great toe, sometimes only for half a minute, at times lasting for hours, when walking and afterwards, or also when sitting; very frequently, chiefly when stepping, when it is first noticed.

Sticking pain in the heel, mostly in the lower surface, extending deep into the bones, most frequent on motion and when stepping, often only noticed when stepping.

Tearing-sticking pain in the heel, when walking, especially on stepping, extending deep into the bones, seldom when sitting.

Tingling tearing-sticking in the right heel, extending deep into the bones, lasting a few minutes, as if there were something living in it.

Pulselike sticking pain, especially on the lower surface of the heel, in two to twenty stitches, at times fine, at times violent, from without inward, often changing into stitches lasting a few minutes.

Single stitches in the heel, especially in the lower portion.

Three piercing stitches across through the right heel from without inward, when standing (thirty-third day).

Seven severe stitches from the anterior outer portion of the margin of the left heel at intervals within five minutes, as if a sharp instrument were thrust deep through the skin, when walking, on stepping, so violent that he must sink down (ninety-third day).

Burning-stitching in the inner side of the left heel.

A sensitive cutting stitch in the left heel, slow, occupying half a minute in passing through (seventeenth day).

Tearing pain in the heels, especially when walking and stepping, sometimes also in single tearings, very frequently, seldom when at rest.

Sensation of suppuration in the heels, especially after long standing.

Toes.

A pain, as if sprained, in the metatarsal joints of the toes of the right foot, and away backwards into the middle portion of the foot, with a sensation as if the parts were swollen, for two days, increased by taking hold of it (ninth day).

Burning pain in the tip of the left great toe.

Transient burning on the back of the first joint of the left great toe, while sitting.

Digging pain in the right great toe, as if it would become inflamed.

Tingling-digging pain in the right great toe, for a minute (eighty-seventh day).

Tearing sticking-digging pain in the whole tip of the right great toe, for a minute.

Severe sticking pain in a corn in the left second toe.

Severe sticking from without inward and backward in the great toe, lasting at times only a few minutes, at times for several hours; it comes on while walking, and continues while at rest; with every step there is a stitch (sixtieth, seventy-third, and eighty-fifth days, etc.).

Burning or smarting-sticking on the back of the second joint of the right second toe (seventy-first day).

Jerklike sticking in single toes.

Crawling-sticking in the right great toe.

Twinging drawing-sticking in the right fourth toe, extending backwards along the back of the toe into the foot.

Sensitive jerking-sticking in the right great toe from without inward, several hours in succession, worse when walking.

Pulselike sticking pain in the great toes, at times penetrating inward, at times outward.

Stitches in the tips of the toes, especially of the great toes.

Several stitches in the ball of the left great toe, extending forward into the toe (one hundred and second day).

In the ball of the right great toe, frightful stitches, penetrating inward as from a pointed nail (one hundred and first day).

Three stitches through the metatarsal joint of the little toe from above downward (forty-fifth day).

Eight or ten deeply penetrating stitches in the first joint of the left fourth toe (eighty-eighth day).

Stitches, frequently sharp, in the tips of the toes, chiefly of the great toes, sometimes penetrating inward, sometimes outward.

Fine burning stitches on the left great toe, as from needles, extending from the ball.

Jerklike severe stitches in the metatarsal joint of the right great toe.

Pulselike severe stitches in the region of the first joint of the third toe of the left foot, from below upward, when sitting, for twenty seconds.

A stitch on the back of the metatarsal joint of the left fourth toe, extending forward into the toes, while standing (forty-fourth day).

Violent stitches in the under surface of the right great toe, when walking, for five or six minutes.

Tingling pain in the whole of the right great toe, as if it would swell (one hundred and third day).

Crawling and burning in the toes, sometimes with fine stitches.

Crawling in the first phalanges of the four outer left toes.

Tearing in the metatarsal joint of the second toes.

A tearing in the ball of the fourth toe of the right foot.

Single tearings in the toes, especially in the joints.

Tearing in the toes, sometimes drawing, sometimes sticking, sometimes burning in the joints, on the surface, and in the tips, sometimes slight, sometimes severe.

Tearing-wrenching pain in the third and fourth toes of the right foot, sometimes with single stitches, lasting nearly the whole day.

Tearing in all the toes of the right foot, while sitting.

Burning-tearing pain in the ball of the little toe.

Violent sticking tearing in the right great toe, from the second joint to the tip, for one and a half minutes, while sitting after walking (forty-third day).

Jerklike tearings in the first joint of the right fourth toe.

Violent pain in the second toe of the left foot, as if it would suppurate, for ten minutes.

A sensation in the tips of the great toes, as if they had been painfully bruised, at times only by a pressure upon them.

In the second and third toes of the right foot an ulcerative or bruised pain, for two days, with intermissions (sixth to seventh days).

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