Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Vipera in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, Dr. Merschner, Lond. Med. and Phys. Journ., 1826, p. 198, a boy aet. thirteen years, was bitten on third right finger; 2, Revue Med., Oct., 1826 (Lancet, vol. xi, p. 284), a gardener was bitten on the hand; 3, M. Piorry, Lancet, 1826, p. 560, a man aet. forty-six years, was bitten on the hand; 4, Arch. Gen., from Rust's Mag. (Bost. Med. Intell., vol. v, 1827, p. 262), a shepherd was bitten on the tongue; 5, Dr. Marianini, Repert. di Med. Torino, 1828 (Lancet, 1828-9 (1), p. 580), a woman, aet. twenty years, was bitten on the right ankle; 6, M. Beaumont, Compte des Travaux Méd. du Dép. de la Moselle (Lancet, 1830-1 (1), p. 384), a boy was bitten on the finger; 7, Dr. Kaiser, Heidelberg Clin. Annals, 1832 (Frank's Mag. 3, 145), a boy was bitten; 8, Heyfelder, Sanitäts, Ueber das Furst. Hohenzollern, 1833 (S. J. 8, 123), a man was bitten on the leg; 9, Dr. Franchi, Antologia Med., Agosto, 1834 (S. J. 9, 57), a boy was bitten on the foot; 10, Dr. Paulet, Bull. de Thérap., 1835 (S. J. 9), a woman was bitten on the toe, during hot weather; 11, Dr. Chas. P., Bibliothèque Hom. de Geneva, vol. v, 1835, a boy was bitten; 12, Dr. Butazzi, Feliatre di Napoli (Med.-Chir. Rev., vol. xxvi, 1836, p. 509), a man aet. forty-four years, was bitten between the forefinger and thumb of right hand; 13, Geis, Med. Zeit. Preuss., 1836 (S. J. 15), a girl was bitten; 14, Schumaker, ibid.; 15, Dr. Koch. ibid., effects of bite on the little toe; 16, Dr. Lebrun, Zeit. für Geburstande, 1837 (A. H. Z. 15, 110), effects of the bite; 17, Casper's Woch. and Arch. de Med., Dec. 1839 (Lancet, 1839-40 (2), p. 111), a man was bitten on the tongue; 18, John Moodie, M.D., Med. Phys. Journ., vol. xi, p. 481, Catharine Bishop, aet. seventy years, was bitten twice on the back of the hand; 19, Gluckselig, OEst. Med. Jahrbuch, vol. xxiii (A. H. Z. 19, 335); 20, same, another case; 21, Bull. de Thérap., vol. vii (A. H. Z. 7, 259), a man was bitten; 22, Harvey K. Owen, Lond. Med. Gaz., vol. xxvi, 1840, p. 337, John Burr, aet. twenty years, was bitten on the hand; 23, Francis Adams, Lond. and Edinb. Month, Jour., vol. i, 1841, p. 796, a woman, aet. thirty-five years, was bitten by an adder on her leg; 24, Herbert Mayo, Magendie's Journ. of Exper. Phys. (Lond. Med. Gaz., vol, xxix, 1841-2 (1), 487), a man, aet. twenty-six years, was bitten on his inner ankle; 25, same, a robust woman, laboring under ague, was bitten on the ankle; 26, Wm. Stockbridge, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xxix, 1843, p. 42, a lady aet. twenty-two years, was bitten by an adder; 27, Pemberton, Lancet, 1849 (2), p. 638, a man, aet. fifty-one years, was bitten on the thumb by an adder; 28, Dr. Weger, S. J. 23, 218, a man was bitten on the tongue; 29, George Lambert, Lancet, 1851 (2), p. 437, a man, aet. twenty-three years, was bitten on the right ring finger by an adder; 30, Dr. Nick, Würt. Corr. Blatta Americana Blat., 1851 (S. J. 71, 307), a pharmaceutist was bitten on the right index finger; 31, Pemberton, Lancet, 1851 (2), p. 157, a man, aet. thirty-one years, was bitten on the cheek by an adder; 32, Ipawitz, OEst. Med. Jahrbuch, 1857 (S. J. 17, 29), a woman was bitten on the foot; 33, Dr. Jarjavay, Gaz. des Höp. (Journ. de Chimaphila Umbellata Chim. Méd., 1857, p. 604), a person was bitten on the hand by a V. aspis; 34, Philip Weston, Lancet, 1859 (1), p. 522, the author was bitten on the right forefinger by a viper; 35, Hussa, Allg. Wien. Med. Zeit., 1861 (A. H. Z., M. B., 4, 50), a person, aet. fifty-two years, was bitten on the foot; 36, M. Soubeiran, Sydenham Yearbook, 1863, p. 437, a gentleman was bitten; 37, M. Demeuret, Gaz. Hebd. de Méd. et Chir., Nov. 6, 1863 (Ranking's Abstract, vol. xxxviii, 1863, p. 195), a woman was bitten on the forearm, May 25, 1824; 38, Dr. Heinzel, Wien. Med. Woch., 1866 (S. J. 133, 192), symptoms from bite on himself, and from other observations; 39, Hering's Monograph "Schlangengift", 1837, Vipera Torva Vipera torva; 40, same, Vipera redi (41 to 54, Vipera aspis, from Dr. Viaud Grand-marais, Gaz. des Hôp., 1868, No. 62, and 1869, and Études méd. sur les serpents de la Vendée et de la Loire-inférieure, first and second edition); 41, Thomas of Nantes, a man was bitten in the left foot; 42, Merel, Boussay; 43, Dr. Bourdin, a woman, aet. sixty-one years, was bitten in the foot; 44, same, case of a child; 45, Drs. Clochard and Guitter, a child, aet. six years, was bitten on the right hand; 46, Dr. Duchaine, a child, aet. six years, was bitten on the foot; 47, Drouet, a man, aet. sixty years, was bitten on the left hand; 48, Dr. Clochard, a man, aet. nineteen years, was bitten on the left leg; 49, M. Pestre, a woman, aet. fifty-four years, was bitten on the right hand; 50, Riviere, case of a woman; 51, Lihorean, a woman was bitten on the hand; 52, Viaud Grand-marais, a boy was bitten on the hand; 53, same, another case; 54, same, general remarks; 55, Dr. J. B. Feuvrier, Deux Cas de Morsure de Bothrops Lanceolatus Serpent Venimeux, Paris, 1874, a child, aet. ten years, was bitten on the hand.≡ more ...