Whooping-cough in violent paroxysms, which follow each other so rapidly he is scarcely able to get his breath.
Cough aggravated: by warmth; drinking singing; laughing weeping; lying down; after midnight.
Clergyman’s sore throat with rough scraping, dry sensation deep in the fauces.
Constriction and crawling in larynx, hoarseness, and yellow or green sputa.
Cough comes in violent paroxysms at intervals of about four hours.
Chill with icy-cold hands, blue nails, cold, pale face, and cold extremities.
Febrile shivers over the whole body, with heat of the face and icy coldness of the hands.
Sweat most profuse on face and abdomen.
Profuse discharge of watery saliva during febrile stage.