Clinical. Inflammatory affections of the eyes, blepharitis, kerato-iritis, ulcers of the cornea, etc.; inflammations, mostly superficial or characterized by severe pain in the bones bit, especially by a pain running from the inner to the outer canthus, in the bone.
Clinical. Nasal catarrh, subacute and chronic, with pain about the root of the nose, extending into the bones on each side.
Clinical. Angina faucium, with accumulation of stringy mucus passing through posterior nares into throat.
Clinical. Indurated buboes, condylomata on prepuce, which bleed easily. Enlarged testicle, resulting from gonorrhoea; chronic gonorrhoea.