Spiggurus Martini (Mure).
Hystrix sub spinosum.
Tree Porcupine. N.O. Sphingurinae. Trituration of prickles taken from one of the sides.
Hair falling out (head, beard).
Jaw-joint, pains in.
Zygoma, pain in.
The Old World porcupines have the name Histricinae, those of the New World Sphingurinae. Mure proved the 3x trituration of the prickles.
The most noteworthy symptoms were falling out of the hair, of whiskers especially, pain in the jaw-joint and right zygoma.
Itching of the pubes after taking tea.
Nausea at sight of food.
The symptoms are: worse lying down.
Worse after tea.
Better walking on open air.
Better after dinner.
Everything is disagreeable to him.
Dizziness behind the head.
Prickings on vertex.
Darting though left skull-bones.
Boring pain in skull after breakfast.
The hair falls off.
Deafness in left ear.
Whizzing and buzzing in ears.
Pain in articulation of jaw.
Pain in right zygoma.
Desquamation of whiskers.
Bleeding of gums.
Bitter mouth, with salt taste.
Nausea, with piercing pain in back.
Desire to vomit at sight of food.
Drowsy after dinner.
Constrictive pain in stomach.
Dry and full feeling in stomach at night.
Shootings in epigastrium.
Sense of fullness in abdomen.
Painful swelling of abdomen before dinner.
Pain around navel.
Violent pains in left kidney.
Pain in urethra after urinating, worse stooping.
Itching of pubes after taking tea.
Cough with pain in chest.
Pain in intercostal muscles.
Pain in right side as from a plug.
Stitch in heart.
Neck and Back.
Constriction from neck to diaphragm.
Pain in right arm, as if broken.
Pain at lower end of right forearm.
Pain in right arm as if extension were prevented by a string.
Knees give way.
Heat and numbness of feet.
Cracks between toes.
Lancing pain in right big toe.
Passing pains in toes, right temple, and one canine tooth.
Symptoms worse lying down, better walking in open air, better after dinner.
Itching all over with bleeding after scratching.
Morning dream about a serpent.
Shuddering with chattering of teeth.