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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Red papulous eruption round left inner canthus, with isolated pimples on side of nose, cheek and eyebrow; these pimples were red, with depressed centre, circumscribed areola, became confluent where they were most dense; pimples bleed when scabs come off; agglutination of lidsfont
Sensation of heat with a little pain in outer half of left lids.
Sharp, pulsating pain, occasionally at outer end of superior border of right orbit, apparently in periosteum.
Upper lids swollenfont
Ptosis paralytica; eyes look sleepy from lowering of upper lidfont
Diplopia, one image seen lower than the other.
Strabismus paralytica, eye turning inward, and pupil can only be turned outward as far as median line.
Left eyeball covered with fungus-like growth, pain intense worse at nightfont
Acute ophthalmia neonatorumfont
Redness and swelling of outer half of both lower tarsal edgesfont
Syphilitic iritis, intense pain steadily increasing night after night; worse between 2 and 5 A. M., coming almost at the minute and ceasing same wayfont
Pain in right inner canthus as if blood went there and could go no further, also in right templefont
Both eyes glued in morning; conjunctiva injected; photophobia, constantly wears a shadefont
Ophthalmic pains, worse at night, better by cold waterfont
Paralysis of superior oblique.
Photophobia, black spots, shreds or veils before sight.
Itching of left inner canthus.
Eyes very red and inflamedfont
Eyes swollen and closed with syphilitic ophthalmia, pus running out of themfont
Acute left conjunctivitis, with considerable pain in eyeball, photophobia and lachrymation, followed by iritis; nocturnal aching in eyeball, pain extremely violent from 2 to 5 A. M.; sight impairedfont
Iritis with photophobia, congestion of conjunctiva and sclerotica, with puffiness of conjunctival mucous membrane; chemosis, pupil immovable, diminution of sight; supraorbital pain.
At 1 P. M. scalding lachrymation of right eye with shooting therein, followed by shooting from around eye into eye; eye red and closed; this lasted about an hour, then decreased, ceasing about 3 P. M.; recurred for two successive days and again four days afterwards in a slighter degree, but at same hourfont
On turning eye to left feels momentary coldness in inner half of right eyefont
On waking, gum in right canthusfont
On walking across room, right eye sensitive to air, aches on using itfont
Left eye closed, upper lid swollen as large as half an English Juglans Regia walnut; deep red, not much pain, with oozing of purulent matter from between lidsfont
Strabismus paralyticus, the rectus internus being involved, and the eye turning outward.
Left eyeball covered with a fungus-like growth, pain intense, worse at nightp≡ more ...