Paralysis accompanied by COLDNESS, NUMBNESS AND TINGLING, traceable to exposure to cold, especially to dry cold winds, mostly in the beginning (Caust. when palsy became chronic), from congestion of spinal cord; arms hang down as if paralyzed from heavy blows; crampy, contractive pains in hands and fingers; jactitation of arms; trembling of lower extremities; painful sensitiveness of the body to contact; congestion of blood of single parts, causing great sensitiveness and finally paralysis.
Paralytic affections of lower extremities; great lameness and weakness of back; strong tendency to contraction of legs.
Paralysis of upper extremities; lameness and paralytic feeling from neck down, cannot raise arms, can hardly walk, must lie down.
Sense of languor as if the body were bruised and the joints dislocated; sense of weariness and weakness all down the spine; paralysis of lower limbs, with slight spasms of arms; palsy of upper and lower limbs from incipient softening of spinal cord; paraplegia from congestion of lumbar cord; VIOLENT PAINS IN ALL PARALYZED PARTS; pain in lumbar region and sacrum, (