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Materia Medica Quiz No. 4
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A good remedy for albuminuria during pregnancy. Urethritis. Urine runs away in little jets.
Thlaspi Bursa Pastoris
A very good remedy for Septicemia, carbuncles and malignant ulcers. Hemorrhages are thick, black tar-like from any orifice. Glands swollen, cellular tissue oedematous and indurated. There is a terrible burning with great prostration. Black and blue blisters.
Sensation as if scalp were contracted and bones scraped. Soreness of top of head; cannot brush hair. Head feels very large, expanded.
Shooting pains from above right temporal region causing depression. Words reverberate in ear to the root of nose. Scalp sensitive. Crusta lactea beginning in face.
Lac Vaccinum Defloratum
A very good remedy for senile emphysema. Dyspnoea from constriction of chest; worse, any exertion. Sensation of pressure or weight in chest; better by rapid walking. Feels as if heart would stop. Cramp, ringing cough, short breath, catching at throat.
The sphere of action of this remedy most closely resembles the early stages of tuberculosis, with evening rise of fever. Hoarse, racking cough and profuse expectoration of a purulent nature, and attended with cardiac weakness, emaciation and general debility; in chronic, watery diarrhoea in phthisical subjects; in cases of emaciation with good appetite. In chronic pneumonia, when abscess is about to form.
Ill effects of vaccination. Scab on upper lip, with stinging pain when torn off. Dry, scaly; itching; rhagades of hands and feet in cold weather and from washing.
Tuberculinum Bovinum Kent
It is indicated in that gynaecological condition where the disease had its inception in the right ovary, the uterine prolapse and retroversion, the subacute pelvic peritonitis and concomitant symptoms being secondary.
Identify this plant remedy.
It is a tall herbaceous perennial plant growing 1–2 m (rarely 2.5 m) tall, with a woody root. The leaves are 5–20 cm long, dark green, pinnate, with dense white tomentose hairs on the underside. The erect stem often has a red-purplish tinge. The rather small flowers (5 mm long) are radially symmetrical with many yellow or dark red petals. The narrow and numerous capitula (flower heads) spread out in racemose panicles. It flowers from July to September.
A liver remedy, with jaundice and black, tarry stools. Enfeebled portal circulation. Great distress in stomach and intestines, with desire for stool.
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