Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pain in the eyes, as from rubbing with a woolen cloth, diminished on moving the lids.
Pressure in the left eye, as from a stye on the lids.
Pressure in the left inner canthus, as from a stye, with lachrymation of the eyes.
Pressive pain in the right inner canthus.
Pressure in both the upper eyelids.
Pressure in the eyes.
Sensation behind the right eyelid, as of a hard body.
Sudden jerks on the upper margin of the right orbit, and on other parts, with acutely painful stupefaction of the head.
Sudden, acutely painful dull shocks on the outer side of the upper margin of the left orbit.
Tensive stitch in the left eyeball, most violent when moving it.
Burning shooting in the right eye, toward the outer canthus.
Fine shooting burning in the left canthus.
Violent, short, burning stitches in the lids of the right eye, more toward the outer canthus.
Burning pain in the left lower eyelid.
Burning in the eyes.
Itching in the inner canthus.
Itching in the left eyeball, going off somewhat by rubbing.
Smarting in the eyes, as after rubbing with a woolen cloth.
Nightly agglutination of the eyes, and weakness of the same by day.
Suppurating swelling on the inner canthus of the left eye, like a fistula lachrymalis.
Contraction of the eyelids, with redness of the white in the eye and a burning sensation.
Quivering on the right inner canthus.
Quivering of the left eye, for a week.
Twitching of the eyes.
The eyes protrude and are painful as after weeping.
Weary, dim, sunken eyes (aft. 2 d.).
The pupils first contracted, then dilated.
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