Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Argentum Nitricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Grey spots and Bothrops Lanceolatus serpent-like bodies moved before him.
Letters become blurred; run together.
Photophobia, eyes filled with mucus.
Photophobia and weak sight, preventing his writing.
Vanishing of sight, he must constantly wipe away mucus.
Paralysis of accommodation from errors of refraction, glasses failing.
Eyes red, shuns light, after straining them while sewing; worse in the warm room, better in the open air.
Conjunctiva towards inner canthus is red and swollen, like pterygium.
Canthi as red as blood, the caruncula swollen, standing out like a lump of red flesh; clusters of intensely red vessels, extend from inner canthus to the cornea.
Cornea opaque; ulceration of the cornea in new born infants; profuse purulent discharge from the lids.
Conjunctiva of ball and lids intensely congested; bright red granulations on lids; lids swollen, thick pus discharges.
OEdema of the lids and sensation of fulness, dryness and heat, especially on moving the ball, which is sensitive to touch; chemosis; non-excoriating lachrymation.
Lids crusty, swollen, thick; with pannus.
Ciliary blepharitis from being over a fire; better from cold air and cold applications. θ Ectropion.≡ more ...