Digallic acid, C14H14O9. Preparation: Triturations.
Tongue white, dry. Leathery dryness of the mucous membrane of the mouth and intestinal canal.
Loss of appetite. Thirst. Vomiting. Obstinate vomiting of bilious substances. Symptoms of ileus and vomiting.
Indigestion. Painful sensation in the epigastric region and abdomen. Violent pressure in the stomach.
The intestines could be felt like cylindrical enlargements through the walls of the abdomen; over these parts percussion was sometimes dull. Distension of the abdomen. Abdomen sensitive to pressure but not distended. Pains in the abdomen. Symptoms of ileus. Colic.
Purulent and bloody discharge from the bowels. Obstinate constipation. Obstinate constipation for eight days. An obstinate attack of constipation, which lasted for eight days, and was only dissipated on the ninth by 2 drops of Croton oil.
Urine scanty, dark colored.
Heart and Pulse
Palpitation. Pulse 108.