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Head and neck:Human gastrointestinal tract, Thyroid, Vocal folds, Larynx, Respiratory system, Pituitary gland, Tongue, Human pharynx, Neck, Glottis, Face, Paranasal sinuses, Nostril, Throat, Skull, Danger triangle of the face, Palatine uvula, Palate
Excerpt from The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica, Vol. 3: A Record of the Positive Effects of Drugs Upon the Healthy Human Organism Nose. - objective. Bluish color of the -turgescence of the vena Frequent sneezing,7. - Copious mucous secretion from the nose,7. - Frequent blowing out of thick mucus,7. - Catarrh, rough throat, and hoarseness disappeared soon from using the water,3. - Her former stopped catarrh disappeared in a few days,5. - The habitual stopped catarrh was worse during the first part of the proving, then it disappeared; after fourteen days ¿uent catarrh appeared, which also afterwards disappeared; he drew the usual amount of air through the nose, but constantly felt the necessity of snu¿ling (after the proving the old catarrh returned worse than ever),6. - Chronic catarrh, with elongated uvula; dryness of the throat disappeared,3. - Habitwal bleeding of the nose,7. - Subjecti´ve. Dryness in the nose, with crawling - Tension across´the nasal bone, as if he had drunk wine (soon after the first bath of a quarter of an hour at 28° Some stitching sensation in the right nostril, with sneezing sev eral times, and blowing out blood; on suppression of the menses,7. - Sensitive ness of the nose, as in incipient - Smell. Loss of smell, after stoppage of the nose]. Face. Objective. Yellow color of the - White faces, after three or four glasses, become -ln the fourth week, he became gradually yellow (had formerly been white); the urine, however, retained its normal color, only it had a very strong and pungent odor; the stool re mained dark greenfi - Redness and heat in the face,especially in the even ing and after eating, when the organism is always stronger,7. - Frequent changing of the color of the face 7´ - Face as if somewhat - Red swelling and pain, especially when touched, on the right side near the nose, from a prominent tooth, at times intolerable (sixteenth day),6. - Sttbjec tive. Sensation as if cobwebs were drawn over the face,7. - Sensa tion on spots here and there in the face, as from a hair which can be wiped away,7. - Transient heat in the - Sensation as if one side of the face were swelling,7. - Cheeks. Prickling formication on the cheeks, in the region of the pes anserina,7. On, the right cheek, in the region of the pes anserina, quivering and prickling, without increased redness or Tearing-drawing on the - Sensation as if the zygomatic pro cesses. Were d1stended,7. - Cutt1ng-drawing on the zygomatic process below the right eye,7. - Ou the zygomatic processes, now dull pressing, now itch ing-tearing toward the head,7. Oh the right zygomatic process a sen sation of cobwebs, as if he must constantly rub something away,7. - Lower Jaw. Involuntary pressure of the lower jaw against the upper, during sleep; even grmdlng of the teeth]. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.