Complaints of old age, or of premature old age; in syphilitic mercurial dyscrasia; young people look old.
Increased ability to exercise without danger ( Coca. ); is less affected by excessive heat of summer or cold of winter.
Old cicatrices become red around edges, and threaten to become open ulcers ( Caust. , Graph. ).
Varicose veins and ulcers, obstinate, long standing cases, in women who have borne many children.
Caries and necrosis, especially of long bones, psoric or syphilitic, abuse of mercury or silica ( Angus. ).
Naevus flat, of children (r. temple); capillary aneurism (compare, Cal. fl. , Tub. ).
Ulcers: red edges and vesicles; decubitus; copious discharge; < from warmth, > from cold; violent pains, like streaks of lightning, confined to a small spot.
Rapid caries of teeth; fistula dentalis or lachrymalis; exostoses of bone so face ([Hekla]).
Relations. – Complementary: Coca , Sil.
Follows well: after, [Ars. in] ascites of drunkards; after, Kali c. in hip disease; after, Coff. , Staph. in sensitive teeth; after, Phos. ac. in diabetes; after Sil. , Symph. in bone diseases; after, Spong. in goitre.