Violent inflammation of the incarcerated hernia, with burning pains in abdomen as from hot coals, extreme sensitiveness to contact; nausea, bitter bilious vomiting; anguish and cold sweat.
Hard, bloated abdomen; burning pain with anguish; sensation of coldness in upper part of abdomen; constant vomiting; great anguish, restlessness, tossing about, feeling as if the intestines became twisted; GANGRENE OF THE HERNIAL TUMOUR.
Pressure in abdominal ring as if hernia would protrude while sitting; protrusion of inguinal hernia, with great cramplike pains; INGUINAL HERNIA OF CHILDREN, umbilical hernia of children, caused by crying.
Constriction of abdomen around the navel, as if a lump or a ball would form there; feeling as if a hard body pressed from within outward at right inguinal ring, the part not feeling hard to touch while sitting with the body bent forward; distention of abdomen, neither hard nor painful; colic, as if a spot in abdomen were seized by nails; local inflammation.
Infantile hernia; the child dreads downward motion, is frightened by every little noise, does not thrive; brown, watery diarrhoea.
Hard swelling of hypochondria and around navel; painful twisting around umbilicus, with stitches; constipation.
Infantile hernia; considerable distention of abdomen, with colic; constant gurgling in abdomen; very open fontanelles, perspires about head when sleeping.
Great anxiety, with uneasiness in abdomen; meteorism, with loud rumbling, foetid or odorless flatus; clothing oppresses, can hardly be endured; abdomen feels as if hanging heavily; walks bent; foulness of parts as if strangulated.
Pressure in left inguinal ring; hernia in left groin most protruded and strangulated; restlessness and fever.
Rupture worse on right side, fulness in groin with sensation as if all would give way there; feeling of laceration in intestines; distention of abdomen; painful inclination to hernia, especially after rising from sitting; protrusion takes place slowly as if from paralytic state of abdominal ring; umbilical hernia; incarcerated hernia; vomiting with bruised pain in intestines, great weakness and inability to stand; stubborn constipation; after failure of Nux-v.
Strangulated inguinal hernia, taxis becomes easier after a cup of strong coffee.
Pain in groin like from a hernia, and on pressure sensation as if hernia would recede; abdomen distended and painful.
Femoral hernia; sensation of weight, pressure and pain about femoral ring; downward pressure and weight, () from pressure on the tumor; nausea, vomiting, constipation; sensation of weakness in abdominal ring; left side mostly affected (Lyc., right).
Redness of face; distention of abdomen, vomiting of putrid matter, or of faeces and urine; pain in abdomen as if intestines were cut to pieces.
INCARCERATED HERNIA; INTUSSUSCEPTION, WITH COLIC AND FAECAL VOMITING; inflammation and gangrene of the bowels; violent colic, abdomen drawn in, as if by a string, to spine; excessive pain in abdomen, especially around umbilicus.
Inguinal hernia; pain through right groin when walking; abdomen distended.
Inguinal hernia; the child is very tender to the touch around the tumor.
Colic, with sensation as if a hernia would protrude; violent protrusion of an inguinal hernia; sour vomit, first water, then food; vomiting of drunkards; sensation of trembling, without visible trembling.
Strangulated hernia, pallor of face, extremities cold and covered with clammy sweat; nausea, accompanied by burning heat in abdomen, rest of body cold; patient persists in uncovering abdomen.
INCARCERATED HERNIA, not inflamed, antiperistaltic action, hiccough, cold sweat, nausea, with sensation of fainting and violent thirst; INTUSSUSCEPTION OF BOWELS, great anguish, rushes about bent double, pressing the abdomen; cold feeling in abdomen, great sinking of strength, and empty feeling.