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" There was constant nictitation (qy. ? 'jactitation') and picking at the sheets ; if touched by any person, she jumped as if in great alarm. This I observed to occur whenever her hair was removed from her face, or when I felt her pulse. When thoroughly... "
A Cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy - Page 527
1886
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 20

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell - Homeopathy - 1862
...or swallow. Nine PM Countenance more natural. There was constant nictitation (qy. ? 'jactitation') and picking at the sheets ; if touched by any person,...lighted candle was placed before the eyes ; pulse 120 ; no action from bladder or bowels. On asking her if her throat was sore, she replied, ' Dry ;'...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY

H. TURNER - 1862
...or swallow. Jvine PM Countenance more natural. There was constant nictitation (qy. ? 'jactitation') and picking at the sheets ; if touched by any person,...lighted candle was placed before the eyes ; pulse 120 ; no action from bladder or bowels. On asking her if her throat was sore, she replied, ' Dry ;'...
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The Hahnemann Materia Medica, Part 2

Homeopathy - 1871
...the mind is more easily moved and the thoughts more active — 3 hours after {Hahn., also Harley). 2. If touched by any person, she jumped as if in great...was removed from her face, or when I felt her pulse — 11 hours after (Hughes, X). 3. Upon recovering perfect consciousness (30 hours after) a remarkable...
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The Encyclopedia of pure materia medica, Volume 2

1875
...exalted sensibility of all the organs ; the least noise, the least light is annoying,211. — [2210.] If touched by any person, she jumped as if in great...was removed from her face, or when I felt her pulse (after eleven hours),1". — * Painful sensitivencM of the skin to all contact,1, — [Excessive sensitiveness...
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 2

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1875
...exalted sensibility of all the organs ; the least noise, the least light is annoying,215. — [2210.] If touched by any person, she jumped as if in great...was removed from her face, or when I felt her pulse (after eleven hours),155. — *Painfid sensitiveness of theskinto all contact,1. — [Excessive sensitiveness...
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, Volume 28

1884
...and smell were more acute. In a case of poisoning, by a drachm of the extract, when the patient was touched by any person, she jumped as if in great alarm ; this was especially noticed when her hair was removed from her face, or her pulse felt. BtLiL/AlJONNA. Keview,...
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the monthly homoeopathis review vol. xxviii

alfred c. pope, m.d., and d. dyce brown, m.a., m.d. - 1884
...and smell were more acute. In a case of poisoning, by a drachm of the extract, when the patient wus touched by any person, she jumped as if in great alarm ; this was especially noticed when her hair was removed from her face, or her pulse felt. Review, March 1,...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 1

1851
...slept a good deal ; skin warm ; pulse 112, feeble ; still unable to speak or swallow. Nine, p. M. : Countenance more natural. There was constant nictitation...lighted candle was placed before the eyes ; pulse 120; no action from bladder or bowels. On asking her if her throat was sore, she answered, ' Dry ;'...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 1

1851
...slept a good deal ; skin warm ; pulse 112, feeble; still unable to speak or swallow. Nine, p. M. : Countenance more natural. There was constant nictitation...lighted candle was placed before the eyes ; pulse 120 ; no action from bladder or bowels. On asking her if her throat was sore, she answered, ' Dry ;'...
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Medical Era, Volume 10

Medicine - 1892
...gait (whether from feebleness or from giddiness, or from something else, may be questioned). T. a,b+. If touched by any person, she jumped as if in great alarm. T. 3. "Felt slight warmth along back of right forearm, as of approaching numbness, and slight paralytic...
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