In the very first stage, when the lids are swollen, red, hard, with a tight feeling in them, great heat, dryness, burning and sensitiveness to air, caused by exposure to cold, dry wind; fever, with great heat and thirst; hardly any lachrymation.
Chronic inflammation of the lids (particularly if complicated with granulations); burning and dryness of the lids, especially in the evening; itching dryness and excoriation of the canthi; absence of lachrymation; eyes generally better by being bathed; very little destruction of tissue.
Chronic blepharophthalmia of children; soreness of outer canthi; eyes red, inflamed, with itching and nightly agglutination and morning photophobia; inflammation of lachrymal gland duct.
Obstinate cases in which the lids are red, swollen and moist, with pustules on the face; especially in cross children: PUSTULES ON THE CILIARY MARGIN.
Incipient stage, before the formation of pus; great puffiness of the lids, especially of the upper, with stinging pains; reddish blue swelling of the lids; lachrymation profuse, hot and burning; relief from cold water; chronic blepharitis, with thickening of the conjunctiva, with aversion of the lower lid; mucous secretion during night, agglutinating the lids, causing much pain when attempting to open them; granulations on edges of lids.
Lids very sore, red and swollen; profuse, thick, yellowish, bland discharge from the eyes, with firm agglutination in the morning; headache; pain in root of nose, etc.; relieved in the cold air, or by cold applications; ciliary blepharitis from being over a fire; after measles; purulent ophthalmia of adults or children.
Burning in the oedematous swollen lids; lachrymation profuse, hot and acrid, excoriating the lids and cheek; cachexia, with great restlessness, aggravation after midnight; thirst, etc.
Blepharitis in scrofulous or syphilitic subjects after the abuse of mercury; lids red and ulcerated, with stinging, pricking or itching pain in them; ciliae rapidly fall out.
Swelling and redness of lids, with burning and itching; constant agglutination; bleeding on opening the eyes; aversion of lids or paralytic weakness.
Inflammation of eyes at canthi, with irregularity of the lashes; margins of lids affected; eyelashes loaded with a dry, gummy exudation, stick together in the morning; granulated lids; difficult opening of lids.
Blepharitis in unhealthy, pot-bellied children who sweat much about the head; lids red swollen and indurated; inflammation of the margins of the lids, causing loss of the eyelashes with thick, purulent, excoriating discharge and burning, sticky pain; GREAT ITCHING and burning of the margins of the lids, particularly at the canthi; throbbing pain in lids, (