Influenza, cough, and vomiting of food immediately after eating.
Nose filled with clotted blood, during coryza.
Thin, acrid, or bloody: or greenish, puruloid.
Fluid discharge drops into throat from posterior nares.
Scabs are blown from nose or coughed up very occasionally (chronic cases).
Face flushed on least excitement, or exertion: at other times pale.
Aphonia, can speak but little, then only in whisper: pain in larynx and trachea.
Spasmodic, dry, or very difficult cough: must sit up to raise sputa (Formica).
Hoarseness and scraping in larynx: general weakness from speaking.
Spasmodic, dry, soon after eating, with vomiting of all food taken.
Violent cough, from tickling in larynx; he sinks down exhausted: throat feels squeezed.
Spasmodic, dry cough, from tickling in larynx and trachea.
Worse at night; must sit up to raise sputa, of tenacious, transparent mucus.
Spasmodic, dry cough, with “rush of blood to chest”; bright red blood raised.
Constant tickling, provoking spasmodic cough, with copious, greenish, purulent, blood-streaked sputa, mucus, or frothy, tasting sweetish, putrid, or sour (chronic cough).
Spasmodic, dry cough in evening, till midnight; it becomes loose in morning; urine escapes in spurts.
Difficult breathing from pressure on chest as if someone pressed upon it with hand.
Dyspnea with rush of blood to chest; chest scarcely moves when breathing.
Breath fails at end of coughing spell.
Suffocative spells evening in bed; body and neck warm, limbs cold.
None, cough dry: Very difficult, must sit up to raise it: sputa is loosened with morning cough when moving about.
Copious, purulent, etc., but not at night.
Purulent, blood-streaked, slimy, frothy, and copious.
Sitting still and doing nothing.
Lying down, violent cough, especially in evening.
Talking: Morning and evening till midnight.
Drinking : tobacco smoke.
Doing something; reading, writing.
Sitting up: must sit up to raise sputa.
Walking slowly about : eating small amount.
Brandy-drinkers: tea-drinkers; after hemorrhages.
Loose, spasmodic cough, with expectoration of transparent, tenacious mucus, and vomiting of food : vomits solid food rather than drinks.
N.B.– Notwithstanding the vomiting after eating, which usually comes from violence of cough, the cough is at once better by eating a little; but is often worse from drinking.