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ABRUS PRECATORIUS- JEQUIRITY
·Epithelioma, lupus, ulcers, granular lids.
·Stomach : Burning pain as of an ulcer.
·More effective than Aethiop marc. in scrofulous eruptions, glandular swelling. otorrhoea and scrofulous eye effections, corneal ulcers 3rd trit.
·Mucous membranes haemorrhagic and ulcerative (Lach. Ars).
·Extremities : Ulcers on heel.
·Ulcerated mucous membranes of mouth and throat.
·Dose : Tincture to third potency. Locally, for ulcers and rheumatic pains.
·Hardening of tissues of tongue, rectum, uterus, etc; ulcers with indurated base.
·Skin : Ulcers, with indurated base.
·Head : Swelling and ulceration of nose.
·Throat : Tendency to gangrenous ulceration of tonsils.
·The oedema and ulceration of mucous membranes produced by this powerful drug have been utilized as guiding symptoms for its use; hence in membranous croup with burning in oesophagus.
·Nose : Nose sore to touch; ulcerative pain in nostrils.
·Extremities : Pain as from ulceration in finger tips.
·Extremities : Ulcerative pain in heels.
·Corns, ulcers, cracking of the skin on soles of feet.
·Skin : Ulcer formation on forearm.
·Skin : Ulcers and swellings on joints.
·Head : Herpes, ulcers, and tumors on scalp.
·Skin : Abscesses boils, ulcers.
·Skin : Caries, very painful ulcers which affect the bone.
·This nosode has proven a great remedy in epidemic spleen diseases of domestic animals, and in septic inflammation, carbuncles and malignant ulcers.
·Tissues : Ulceration, sloughing and intolerable burning.
·Useful in skin affections, scabies, prurigo, chronic herpes, cracks and ulcerations.
·Mouth : Ulceration of lips and tongue; vesicles and bullae.
·Throat : Ulcers on tonsils.
·Skin : Profuse discharge from granulating ulcers.
·Lupus, eczema, varicose ulcers.
·Dose : Sixth potency. Fresh juice is applied to ulcers and warts.
·Very characteristic is the great desire for sweets, the splinter-like pains, and free muco-purulent discharge in the inflamed and ulcerated mucous membranes.
·Eyes : Chronic ulceration of margin of lids; sore, thick, swollen.
·Eyes : Ulcer in cornea.
·Nose : Ulcers in septum.
·Stomach : Gnawing ulcerating pain; burning and constriction.
·Stomach : Ulcerative pain in left side under ribs.
·Stomach : Ulceration of stomach, with radiating pain.
·Abdomen : Stitchy ulcerative pain on left side of stomach, below short ribs.
·Male : Cancer-like ulcers.
·Eyes : Lids red, ulcerated, scabby, scaly, granulated.
·Eyes : Corneal ulceration.
·Mouth : Ulceration of mouth with dryness and burning heat.
·Mouth : Tongue dry, clean, and red; stitching and burning pain in tongue, ulcerated with blue color.
·Extremities : Ulcers on heel (Cepa; Lamium).
·Skin : Ulcers with offensive discharge.
·Prepuce and glans covered with pustules and round superficial ulcers.
·Mouth : Tongue enlarged; deep, irregular ulcer; nodular swelling.
·Cancer of breast after ulceration has set in.
·Nose : Chronic nasal catarrh; swollen nose; profuse, thick, yellow discharge; ulcers; membrane sore and excoriated.
·Mouth : Mouth sore and ulcerated.
·Inflammation and ulceration of mucous membranes.
·Acts on excretory and generative organs, suppuration, especially chronic, and where the ulceration is fistulous, especially long bones.
·Mouth : Ulcers and exfoliations in the commissures.
·Besides these superficial symptoms, it has been found to affect favorably deep ulcerations, caries of bones, especially in the syphilitic organism; here the extreme sensitiveness and terrible throbbing, nightly pains, guiding to its use.
·Eyes : Superficial corneal ulcer with digging pains; worse at night.
·Bones : Ulcers affecting bones; thin, ichorous pus.
·Skin : Itching, better scratching; ulcers painful on edges.
·Female : Ulceration with sharp pains, piercing to scapulae.
·Chest : Cancer mammae even in ulcerative stage.
·Skin : Ulcers, with fetid ichor.
·Nose : Ulcerated, painful, swollen, obstructed.
·Mouth : Ulceration of gums.
AURUM MURIATICUM NATRONATUM
·Female : Ulceration of neck of womb and vagina.
·Nose : Eczema, with ulceration.
·Dose : Extra homeopathic uses locally. As a stimulant to raw surfaces in indolent ulcers, scabies, cracked nipples, rhagades, itch. Promotes granulation, removes fetor. A one per cent solution in alcohol or ether may be used with the atomizer in respiratory affections. Internally, as an expectorant, in chronic bronchitis. Dose, 5 to 15 M, made into an emulsion with mucilage or yolk of egg.
·Mouth : Teeth and gums sore, ulcerated.
·Stomach : Cardiac orifice contracted convulsively and ulcerative inflammation of stomach and bowels.
·Skin : Putrid ulcers with stupor, low delirium and prostration.
·Head : Ulceration of tongue.
·Extremities : Heels pain, as if ulcerated.
·Aphthous ulceration of mucous membranes.
·Nose : Tip swollen and ulcerated.
·Mouth : Mouth hot and tender; ulcers bleed on touch and eating.
·Nonhomeopathic Uses : When the diplococcus of Weichselbaum is present in the sputum of pharyngitis or bronchitis, pneumonia with tenacious sputum, hacking cough and pain, five-grain doses six times daily. A solution of Boracic Acid, as an injection, in chronic, cystitis, or, a teaspoonful to a glass of hot milk, taken internally. Boro-Glyceride in solution (1:40) is a powerful antiseptic. Styes, 15 gr to 1 oz water externally. As a dusting powder on ulcerated surfaces. In cystitis as an irrigating fluid.
·Nose : Swelling of tip of nose, feels as if it would ulcerate when touched.
·Female : Ulceration of cervix.
·Nose : Nostrils ulcerated.
·Eyes : Spots and ulcers on cornea.
·Nose : Dry, nostrils sore, ulcerated.
·Skin : Unhealthy; readily ulcerating; flaccid.
·Congenital syphilis manifesting itself in ulcerating of mouth and throat, caries and necrosis with boring pains and heat in parts.
·Head : Ulcers on the scalp with callous, hard edges.
·Skin : Indolent, fistulous ulcers, secreting thick, yellow pus.
·Skin : Hard, elevated edges of ulcer, surrounding skin purple and swollen.
·Skin : Indolent ulcers, accompanying varicose veins.
·Throat : Last stage of ulcerated sore throat, with discharge of yellow matter.
·Useful for open wounds, parts that will not heal, ulcers, etc.
·In the secondary symptoms of syphilis, where Mercury has been used but cannot be pushed safely any farther, it rapidly recruits the constitution, heals the ulcers and blotches from the skin, and perfects the cure.
·Throat : Constriction; aphthous ulceration (Hydr mur; Nit ac).
·Extremities : Ulcerative pain in soles; cannot step.
·Ulceration and decomposition.
·Respiratory : Ulceration of lung, with feeling of coldness of chest.
·Skin : Spongy ulcers, copper-colored eruption.
·Skin : Indolent ulcers, burning pain.
·Skin : Varicose ulcers, carbuncles (Ars; Anthrac).
·Nose : Ozaena, with fetor and ulceration.
·Throat : Ulcerated patches on inside of lips and cheeks.
·Skin : Burns tend to ulcerate.
·Head : Ulceration of the lips, anaesthesia of mouth and tongue.
·Skin : Anaesthesia; burning; itching; ulcers; small wounds fester.
·Varicose veins and ulcers.
·Skin : Varicose ulcers (Clematis vitalba).
·The clinical experience of Hering and his fellow-provers has shown this to be highly useful remedy in cracked and ulcerated nipples.
·Eyes : Inflammation of eyelids; ulceration.
·Nose : Nostrils ulcerated.
·Skin : Old, spreading, offensive ulcers.
·Female : Painful tumor of mammae, not ulcerated, with undue secretion of milk.
·Skin : Scrofulous ulcers.
·Skin : Indurated glands; scrofulous ulcers and caries.
·A Hindu remedy for syphilitic eruptions, ulceration and bone painsi use tincture.
·Nose : Ulcer and scabs in nose.
·Bowels : Ulcer of rectum.
·For certain forms of ciliary neuralgia and ulceration upon a syphilitic base, this remedy is most effective.
·Throat : Fiery-looking ulcers in mouth and throat.
·Skin : Very fiery-red looking ulcers.
·Poisoned wounds, bites, phagedenic ulcers.
·Extremities : Syphilitic ulcers on lower limbs, with hard swelling around.
·Skin : Mercurio-syphilitic ulcers.
·Skin : Varicose ulcers.
·Varicose and other ulcers.
·Skin : Deep ulcers, with hard edges.
·Eyes : The slightest ulceration or abrasion will cause the intensest photophobia.
·Skin : Chronic ulcers with fetid discharge.
·The provings of coral develop much coryza and epistaxis, and even ulceration within the nostrils.
·Nose : Painful ulcer in nostrils.
·Nose : Dry coryza; nose stopped up and ulcerated.
·Male : Ulcers on glans and inner prepuce, with yellow ichor.
·Skin : Red, flat ulcers.
·Mouth : Ulceration of tongue, gums and mouth; aphthae.
·Ulcers of mouth and fauces.
·Stomach : Ulceration of the stomach.
·Stomach : Painful affections of the stomach; ulceration.
·Skin : Ulcerative stage of carcinoma cutis when fissures form.
·Extremities : Ulcers; gangrene.
·Skin : Acne, pustules on face and in the cruro-genital region; ulcers look like chancre.
·Skin : Ulcers, itching spots, and pimples at the folds of joints.
·Skin : Sensitive bleeding ulcers.
·Erysipelas and foul ulcers.
·Nose : Post-nasal catarrh with ulceration and fetor.
·Throat : Ulcerated sore throat.
·Skin : Old tibial ulcers.
·Fever : Typhoid when ulcers have eaten into tissues, and black blood is discharged.
·Throat : Enlarged, ulcerated tonsils and inflamed throat (Use tincture locally).
·Female : Ulcer around orifice of urethra.
·Skin : Foul and indolent ulcers.
·Nose : Very sensitive and oedematous mucous membranes with ulceration.
·Male : Inflammation of scrotum resulting in deep acrid ulcers, with intense itching and burning; worse, touching the parts from washing.
·Skin : Eruption rough, scaly, smarting, and burning; when scratched forms deep, ragged ulcers; skin where ulcerated remains red.
·Skin : Carbuncle; old, torpid, indolent ulcers with biting, lancinating pain.
·Skin : Old torpid ulcer, pustules; gangrene (Echinac; Secale).
·Skin : Ulcerating carcinoma and epithelioma of the skin.
·Throat : Ulcerated sore throat.
·Pulmonary tuberculosis in young patients, no fever, with limited, ulcerated lesions, formerly classified as scrofula.
·Acts especially upon lower tissues, and indicated in deep, destructive processes, bedsores, ulcerations, varicose veins, and ulcers.
·Nose : Chronic nasal catarrh with ulceration of the septum; nose obstructed and dull heavy pain in forehead.
·Mouth : Syphilitic ulceration of throat, which is very sensitive to cold.
·Female : Ulceration of uterus and os.
·Extremities : Ulcer over tibia.
·Skin : Ulcers; red edges and vesicles.
·Acts on glandular system, mucous membranes and obstinate ulcers, epidermis, tetters, eczema.
·Has clinical confirmation of its use in cancerous ulcers and nodulated tumors of the tongue.
·Favors healthy granulations on ulcerated surfaces.
·Ulceration of stomach.
·Atonic and foul ulcers.
·Stomach : Catarrhal gastritis with profuse secretion, tendency to ulceration and passive haemorrhage.
·Stomach : Lessens the vomiting in gastric ulcer.
·Dose : Tincture, half-dram doses in gastric ulcer. Tincture, to third attenuation, as a general rule. Locally, in ulcers, it will destroy the pyogenic membrane.
·Skin : Ulcers discharging a glutinous fluid, thin and sticky.
·Nausea and retching of gastric ulcer.
·Skin : Ulcers, with swollen, purplish skin.
·Chancroids; atonic ulcers.
·Skin : Varicose veins and ulcers; very sore.
·Face : Ulceration of nasal bones.
·Eyes : Ulcers on cornea.
·Nose : Sore, ulcerated.
·Face : Ulcers in corners of mouth.
·Male : Ulcers externally on prepuce similar to chancre (Nitr acid).
·Skin : Ulcers, with bloody suppuration, smelling like old cheese.
·Skin : Ulcers very sensitive to contact, burning, stinging, easily bleeding.
·Skin : Putrid ulcers, surrounded by little pimples.
·Nose : Catarrh, ozaena, ulceration.
·Nose : Papules and ulceration in frontal sinus and pharynx.
·Skin : Ulcers.
·Locally in aphthous sore mouthy ulcers, ulcerated sore throat, ozaena, etc.
·Cancer and cancerous state, before ulceration, when pain is principal symptom.
·Nose : Ozaena, with ulceration of septum.
·Mouth : Ulceration of tongue, fissures toward the edges.
·Stomach : Ulcers and cancer.
·Skin : Lupus; ulcers, cancerous formations.
·Has considerable reputation in leprosy and lupus, when there is no ulceration.
·Of great use in ulceration of womb.
·Female : Granular ulceration of womb.
·Skin : Old ulcers or sores in mouth when very sensitive.
·Throat : Tonsils inflamed, swollen, with small ulcers.
·Extremities : Ulcerative pain in soles.
·Throat : Uvula enlarged, ulcerated; thick, tough mucus in back part of pharynx.
·Besides the use of Insulin in the treatment of diabetes, restoring the lost ability to oxidize carbohydrate and again storing glycogen in the liver, some use of it homeopathically has been made by Dr. Wm. F. Baker, showing its applicability in acne, carbuncles, erythema with itching eczema. In the gouty, transitory glycosuria when skin manifestations are persistent give three times daily after eating. Given a persistent case of skin irritation, boils or varicose ulceration with polyuria, it is indicated.
·Nose : Tendency to ulceration.
·Mouth : Foul ulcers and salivation.
·Skin : Chancre-like ulcer.
·Skin : Phagedaenic ulcers.
·Eyes : Ulcers on cornea; no pain or photophobia.
·Eyes : Slight pain, with severe ulceration or inflammation (Conium opposite).
·Nose : Septum ulcerated; round ulcer.
·Stomach : Round ulcer of stomach.
·Abdomen : Chronic intestinal ulceration.
·Male : Ulcers, with paroxysmal stitches; aggravated at night.
·Male : Syphilitic ulcers, with cheesy, tenacious exudation.
·Skin : Ulcer with punched-out edges, with tendency to penetrate and tenacious exudation.
·Nose : Ulcerated nostrils.
·Rectum : Haemorrhoids, large, swollen, painful. Itching, ulcerated pimples around anus.
·Produces most acute ulcerative and follicular stomatitis.
·Mouth : Whole mucous surface red, tumid, with gray-based ulcers.
·Tongue : Ulcer of tongue, with indurated edges.
·Syphilis may be indicated in all stages: 1. In acute form with evening remitting fever, going off in nightly perspiration. 2. Second stage, mucous membranes and skin ulcerations. 3. Tertiary symptoms; nodes. Give material doses.
·Eyes : Superficial ulcer.
·Mouth : Aphthae; thrush; white ulcers in mouth.
·Dose : Locally, 1 dram to a quart of water, to correct fetor in cancer, ulcer, ozaena, and other foul odors. Also as an injection in leucorrhoea and gonorrhoea. Internally, 2x dilution in water. Saturated solution locally in eruption of smallpox.
·Head : Nasal catarrh, discharge bloody, excoriating, offensive nose, swollen, ulcerated.
·Haemorrhages, ulcerations, cancerous affections.
·Skin : Boils, carbuncles, ulcers, with bluish, purple surroundings.
·Skin : Varicose ulcers.
·Locally, in the tuberculous ulceration of vocal cords.
·Ulcers on heel (Cepa).
·Affections of glands, goitre, pre-ulcerative stage of carcinoma.
·Styes and ulcerations on the edge of the eyelids.
·Locally, applied to ulcers and unhealthy wounds.
·Eyes : Ulceration and redness of lids.
·Nose : Ulcerated nostrils.
·Throat : Ulceration of tonsils, beginning on right side.
·Throat : Ulceration of vocal bands.
·Throat : Tubercular laryngitis, especially when ulceration commences.
·Skin : Ulcerates.
·Nose : Nostrils ulcerated,
·Mouth : Ulceration of teeth, with swelling of glands of face, throat and neck and swelling of tongue.
·Neck and Back : Bruised and ulcerative pain between the shoulders, with a feeling as of a lump as large as the first, on which account she could not lie upon her back or side; relieved by rubbing.
·Alimentary Canal : Tongue sore and irritable with ulcers or warts.
·Skin : Burning around ulcers.
·Mouth : Ulcers on palate, tonsils and back of pharynx.
·Tinia capitis favosa margin of ulcers painful.
·Eyes : Phlyctenulae; deep ulcers on cornea.
·Syphilitic ulcers when perforation threatens.
·Mouth : Covered with ulcerations.
·Mouth : Ulcerations of mouth have a gray membrane.
·Throat : Mucous membranes broken down, ulcerated.
·Mouth : Ulcers.
·Mouth : Ulceration of throat, with dysphagia.
·Skin : Phagedenic ulcers.
MERCURIUS IODATUS FLAVUS
·Throat : Small ulcers on posterior pharynx.
·Diphtheria and ulcerated sore throats, especially on left side, with much glandular swelling.
·Skin : Hunterian chancre; syphilitic ulcers.
·Very often indicated in the secondary stage of syphilis where there is a febrile chloro-anaemia, rheumatoid pains behind sternum, around joints, etc; ulcerations of mouth and throat, falling of the air, the eruptions and ulcerations of mouth and throat, etc.
·Nose : Nostrils raw, ulcerated; nasal bones swollen.
·Nose : Pain and swelling of nasal bones, and caries, with greenish fetid ulceration.
·Mouth : Tongue heavy, thick; moist coating; yellow, flabby, teeth-intended, feels as if burnt, with ulcers,
·Throat : Ulcers and inflammation appearing at every change in weather.
·Male : Vesicles and ulcers; soft chancre.
·Skin : Ulcers, irregular in shape, edges undefined.
·Phagedenic ulcer and bubo;
·Dose : A 1 per cent aqueous solution for ulcers and abscesses of cornea.
·Stomach : Gastric ulcer with much burning.
·Skin : Ulcers itch and burn, surrounded by vesicles and shining, fiery-red areola.
·Skin : Eruptions ulcerate and form thick scabs under purulent matter exudes (Chrysophanic acid).
·Mouth : Deep ulcers on tongue.
·Throat : Ulcers and false membrane.
·Female : Ulcer in genitals.
·Skin : Carbuncles; foul-smelling ulcers on lower extremities.
·Mouth : Sore irritable spots along sides of tongue and throat, gums sore, tongue swollen; aphthous ulceration.
·Mouth : Lips and corners of mouth dry, ulcerated, and cracked.
·Blisters and ulcers in mouth, tongue, genitals; bleed easily.
·Eyes : Ulceration of cornea.
·Mouth : Ulcers in soft palate, with sharp, splinter-like pains.
·Male : Ulcers; burn and sting; exude, offensive matter.
·Female : External parts sore, with ulcers (Hep.: Merc; Thuja).
·Skin : Ulcers bleed easily, sensitive; splinter-like pains; zigzag, irregular edges; base looks like raw flesh.
·Mouth : Cankers; small, superficial ulceration over inside of mouth and tongue.
·Mouth : Small aphthous ulcers, with bloody saliva.
·Early morning diarrhoea, acrid leucorrhoea, offensive ulcers; bronchorrhoea; ulcerative sore throat.
·As a remedy for boils, felons, poisonous ulcers, it has been used in the 2x potency.
·Stomach : Gastric ulceration even with haemorrhage.
·Rectum : Painful ulcer, oozing offensive moisture on perineum.
·Rectum : Haemorrhoids, fissures, ulceration of anus and perineum, purple, covered with crusts.
·Skin : Ulcers below coccyx, around sacrum; varicose veins.
·Skin : Ulcers in general, from pressure, bedsores, etc.
·Chlorosis in young girls with or without ulceration of the stomach.
·Nose : Nostrils ulcerated, cracked, burn; tip of nose itches.
·Skin : Ulcers, with very offensive pus.
·Mouth : Swelled and easily bleeding gums, ulcerated.
·Skin : Little ulcer outside of large ones.
·Dose : Third potency. The neutral sulphate of Eserine is instilled into the eye, from one-half to four grains to one ounce distilled water, to induce contraction of pupil, in mydriasis, injuries to the eye, iritis, corneal ulcers, etc.
·Throat : Ulcerated sore throat and diphtheria; throat feels very hot; pain at root of tongue extending to ear.
·Female : Cracks and small ulcers about nipples.
·Skin : Fall of scales leaves white spots, which often ulcerate.
·Costive with red urine, pain in kidneys and joints and body; generally milky saliva, ulcerated mouth.
·Painful cramps in paralyzed limbs, severe pain and muscular cramps in gastric ulcer; locally as an application (non-homoeopathic) in moist eczema, and to dry up secretions from mucous surface.
·Rectum : Morning, painless diarrhoea when not due to venous stasis or intestinal ulceration.
·Skin : Superficial ulcers and sores on lower extremities, especially in females at climacteric.
·Pains of cancer, ulcers.
·Mouth : Tongue, gums ulcerated; tough mucus of foul taste adheres to soft palate.
·Respiratory : Feeling of ulceration under sternum.
·Skin : Indolent ulcers, slow to heal.
·Stomach : Pain as from subcutaneous ulceration.
·Respiratory : Pain as from ulcer in middle of chest.
·Found effective in the treatment of rheumatism and gout, in skin affections generally, acne rosacea, naevi, moles, ulcers and cancers.
·Ulcers due to Radium burns, take a long time to heal.
·Skin : Necrosis and ulceration.
·Chest : Rheumatic pain in chest, as from subcutaneous ulceration.
·Ulceration; gangrene of arm
·Ulceration of mouth.
·It acts well in putrescent conditions with tendency to ulceration.
·Eyes : Intensive ulceration of the cornea.
·Nose : Tip of nose red, sore, ulcerated.
·Mouth : Corners of mouth ulcerated; fever-blisters around mouth and chin (Nat mur).
·Throat : Ulceration of mouth and fauces, with dry, burning sensation
·Mouth : Ulceration on the side of the tongue.
·Varices and ulcers. Use 2x-3x.
·Skin : Herpetic eruptions; ulcers.
·Extremities : Onychia, ulceration around ends of fingers, cutting sensation under nails.
·Extremities : Tetter on hands; ulceration around ends of fingers (Psorin).
·Ears : Deep ulcerated auricle.
·Skin : Varicose ulcers.
·Dose : Sixth to thirtieth potency. Colloidal Selenium injection for inoperable cancer. Pain, sleeplessness, ulceration and discharge are markedly diminished.
·Mouth : Malignant ulcers of mouth.
·Mouth : Tongue has ulcers; bleed easily, especially at night; much soreness of tongue with stabbing pains.
·Ears : Pain as if from sub-cutaneous ulceration.
·Eyes : Perforating or sloughing ulcer of cornea.
·Female : Nipples very sore; ulcerated easily; drawn in.
·Female : Fistulous ulcers of breast (Phos).
·Skin : Felons, abscesses, boils, old fistulous ulcers.
·Head : Ulceration of ringhole in lobe of ear.
·Skin : Ulcers; chronic eruptions on hands and fingers.
·Eczema, prurigo, old ulcers
·Eyes : Burning ulceration of margin of lids.
·Eyes : First stage of ulceration of cornea.
·Head : Pain of outer parts, as if there were subcutaneous ulceration; painful to touch.
·Sulphurous acid, (tonsillitis (as a spray), acne rosacea, ulcerative stomatitis, pityriasis versicolor).
·Mouth : Ulcerative inflammation of mouth.
·The root contains a crystalline solid, that stimulates the growth of epithelium on ulcerated surfaces.
·It may be administered internally in the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers, injuries to sinews, tendons and the periosteum.
·Dose : Externally as a dressing for sores and ulcers and pruritus ani.
·Ulceration of mouth, nose, genitals, skin.
·Mouth : Ulcers smart and burn.
·Extremities : Indolent ulcers.
·Female : Ulcers on labia.
·Old ulcers of skin.
·Skin : “Senile” ulcers.
·Abdomen : Entero-colitis, with haemorrhage and ulceration of bowels.
·Coccygodynia, ulceration of nails, pains in hands, in small spots, ankles, heels, and teodo-Achilles.
·Nose : Ulceration within the nostrils.
·Skin : Polypi, tubercles, warts epithelioma, naevi, carbuncles; ulcers, especially in ano-genital region.
·Extremities : Tibial ulcers.
·Bites of serpents, ulcers and cutaneous affections generally.
·Stomach : Gastric and duodenal ulcers.
·Throat : Ulcers.