Rash goes in, and brain symptoms appear.
Stupor with stinging pain, extorting cries, (crie cerebrale).
Thirstless: worse from heat, hot room, fire.
Better cool air.
Symptoms violent. Starts from sleep.
Spasms, cramps, convulsions.
Cramps of fingers and toes; or start there.
Entire sensorial life is suspended.
Child lies in profound stupor.
When child is too weak to develop eruption.
Rash comes out sparingly. Body rather cool.
Lies in stupor, grinding teeth.
Dilated pupils: squinting and rolling eyes.
Rash not properly put.
Hot, bright-red face (Belladonna).
Tosses: cries, as if frightened, in sleep.
Convulsive motions, but not angular (Hyoscyamus).
Rash disappears, child drowsy.
Pale twitching face (Belladonna red.).
Chewing motion of jaws (Zincum met. grits teeth).
Mild delirium: “wants to go home”.