Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Syphilinum (Luesinum) in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Rheumatism of shoulder-joint or at insertion of deltoid, agg. from raising arm laterally.
Can only raise arms to a right angle with axilla; trying to force them higher causes muscles to suddenly become paralysed and they drop pendant (n).
Lameness and pain of arm on motion, agg. on raising arm up in front as if reaching; pain located about insertion of deltoid in upper third of humerus, not painful to pressure.
Hands badly ulcerated on backs (s.s.).
R. second finger swollen and stiffened (s.s.).
Swelling of legs from knees down, soles painful when standing on them; swelling goes down in morning, comes back at night.
Pains in lower extremities, excruciating, completely banish sleep; agg. from hot fomentations; amel. pouring cold water on them (n).
Cannot sit in a low chair, or squat down, owing to loss of control over knee and hip-joints (n).
Pains in long bones of lower extremities, also in joints (n.).
Dull pain over backs of feet to toes, began soon after getting into bed, lasting until 4 or 5 a.m.
For two or three winters intense cold pain in both legs, agg. in l., came on every night on lying down, lasting all night; amel. by getting up and walking, and in warm weather.
Pain in three toes of r. foot as if disjointed.
Slight contraction of tendons beneath r. knee (psoas abscess).
Tearing pains in hip and thighs, agg. at night, amel. about daybreak, amel. by walking, not affected by weather (improved).
Redness and rawness with terrible itching between toes (s.s.).
Bubo with pain in spot on middle of r. thigh in front, only when standing and on deep pressure, which seemed to touch spot, which was apparently on periosteum.
Two ulcers larger than a crown piece, dirty stinking, slouching, with jagged, elevated edges, one on thigh above patella another on head of tibia; two large pieces of bone came away from head of tibia (s.s.).
Osteosarcoma in centre of r. tibia the size of half an ostrich egg, pains agonising at night, growth irregular, spongy, partly laminated, very hard (s.s.).
Contracted, painful feeling in soles, as if tendons were too short.≡ more ...