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Carboneum Sulphuratum - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

Alcohol Sulphuris, Bisulfide Of Carbon, Carboneum, Carboneum sulfuratum Carb-s.


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HPUS indication of Carboneum Sulphuratum: Stupor

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carboneum Sulphuratum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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EYES

Eyes

Eyes sunken, with strongly marked gray rings around them (noon),

When applied to the eye, the vapors occasion intense prickling heat and flow of tears,

Pressure upon the eyes,

Pressure upon the eyes, with inclination to close them,

Severe pressure upon the eyes,

Itching pressure in the eyes, together with burning on the upper lids and the development of a small pustule, which itches a great deal, with secretion of much whitish-yellow mucus in the eye; this pustule lasted four days,

Stitches in the right eye, when reading (fifth day),

Some stitches in the right eye (second day),

Jerking stitches in the right eye, in the region of the superior rectus muscle,

Orbit.

Sensation of pressure in the orbits,

Sore pain in the orbicularis of the left eye towards the external canthus, especially on moving the lids (fourth day),

Jerking-stitching pain, paroxysmal, apparently alternating in various muscles of the right eye (fifth day),

Some dull stitches in the right eye, when reading (second day),

Lids.

Twitching of the eyelids,

Heaviness of the eyelids,

Burning in the margin of the lids, which are somewhat red,

Biting in the right lower lid,

Itching in the eyelids,

Lachrymal Apparatus.

Lachrymation while reading,

Ball.

Pressure on the left eyeball, with sensation of heat in it,

Great itching of the eyeball,

Insensibility of the cornea in a high degree, without disturbance of vision,

Pupil.

Pupils dilated,

Pupils slightly dilated,

Momentary dilatation of the pupil (soon after taking one drop),

It generally contracts the pupil, and very seldom dilates it,

At one time was seized with violent inflammation of the right eye, kerato-iritis, treated by Mercurius Dulcis Calomel and Atropia Sulphurica Atropia,

Eyes fixed, without expression; pupils dilated, especially the left, but very sluggish; the patient, however, could not see with the right eye as with the left; the ophthalmoscope showed in the formed very slender retinal veins, extravasations of blood into the vitreous, extremely fine filaments and points floating in the vitreous,

Ophthalmoscopic examination showed the papillae very pale and deeply excavated, after several months,

Progressive atrophy of the ophthalmic papillae of the left eye,

Pupils mobile, moderately dilated; the field of vision normal; ophthalmoscopic examination revealed a slight paleness of the internal segment of the optic nerve of both sides; there was marked excavation of the papillae, which were less transparent than normal; the optic nerve had the appearance of a smoked glass,

Pupils sluggish, rather dilated. Ophthalmoscopic examination of the fundus of the eye showed depigmentation and some dilatation of the retinal veins,

Pupil incompletely dilated (he had lost his right eye by getting a drop of the vulcanizing mixture into it, followed by intense pain and ophthalmia, and formation of a staphyloma of the cornea and Iris Versicolor iris),

Sensation of heat and pricking in the eyes,

Marked anaesthesia of the cornea, which was insensible to pricking with a pin,

Marked anaesthesia of the cornea,

Lids affected by spasmodic trembling,

Vision

Weak vision; objects seemed to fade away on account of a mist which spread out before them,

Slight became so weak that he could work only a few hours at a time,

Dimness of vision,

Obscuration of vision,

Lost the power of vision,

Vision at first very clear,

Great susceptibility to light,

Mist before the eyes,

Vision dim, as through a veil,

Vision dim, as though objects were enveloped in a mist,

Amblyopia; all objects seem covered with a mist,

Reading was impossible, for though the felt eye distinguished objects, the right seemed covered with a mist,

Vision became dim. Permanent and progressive alternation of vision; pupils contracted, insensible, sensitive to Belladonna Belladonna; the ophthalmoscope showed that the optic was congested,

Vision became remarkably affected; there was diminished clearness of objects, which seemed enveloped in mist; on attempting to read the letters moved and trembled; the use of a glass was of no avail,

Vision is distinct for a limited distance, but beyond that everything is enveloped in a mist,

Vision impaired, so that it was difficult to distinguish objects,

Vision became disturbed; a portion of the field of vision was obscured, so that he no longer saw the concluding letters,

Vision feeble, was unable to read the names of the streets,

Vision impaired; all objects seemed to tremble,

Tremulous vision; all objects seem enveloped in mist,

Difficulty in fixing the vision upon any object,

Loss of vision of the right eye,

Vision completely lost,

Double vision,

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