Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Beginning, in the left  Lac (20) (Merc-bin-iod)
 Beginning, in the right  Lyc (9) (Merc-pro-iod)
 From larynx, runs upward  Brm (167)
 From nose, runs downward  Lyc (9)
 Looks, raw in spots  M.Cn. (196)
 Membrane, thick and yellow  Kl.B. (22)


Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Burning, shooting, pain with  (Lapis Albus)
 Heat, undue in gland with  Brm (167)
 Painless, usually with  Iod (86)
 Suffocating spells at night with  Spn (115)


Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Blood, dark fluid, from throat and mouth  Sl.A. (53)
 Burning, and tickling, constant, preventing him from lying down Sen (141)
 Burning, from throat, down to chest Trn (211)
 Catarrhal, of the throat, with thick white mucous from  Med (195)
 Catarrhal, condition of larynx and trachea, worse in cold damp weather  CLP. (12), Kl.B. (22)
 Choking, feeling in larynx  Ox.A. (205)
 Choking, feeling constant in throat, makes swallowing difficult  Grp (62)
 Choking, causing food to stop, due to confusion or muscular action  Nt.A (52)
 Cold, every, settles in the larynx Kl.S. (95)
 Constriction, about throat, causing spasm  Cts (43)
 Constriction, and dryness in the throat  Zn.P. (216)
 Dryness, and burning sensation in throat  Kl.B. (22)
 Dryness, and constriction in throat  Zn. P. (216)
 Dryness, in throat, in the night  CLP. (12)
 Dryness, in the larynx  Grp (62), Zn.P. (216)
 Feeling, like exudation, with ashy gray or silvery shiny deposit  Lcn (94)
 Fluid, drunk runs out of nose, during throat trouble  SLA. (53)
 Fullness, in the throat, with constant desire to swallow  M.Cb. (198)
 Glossy, shining, as if varnished  Cis (178)
 Hawking, frequent  Zn.P. (216)
 Inflammation, of throat and tonsils  Syp (210)
 Inflammation, of throat and tonsils, with swelling, and white deposits like membrane  Kl.P. (189)
 Inflammation, chronic, of throat with copious, viscid, white mucous  Nt.S. (76)
 Lump, in the throat, sensation of  Zn.P. (216), Bel (17)
 Lump, in the throat, with oppression of chest  Vlr (213)
 Lump, in the throat, sensation of, with much hawking  Nt.P. (203)
 Lump, in the throat, sensation of, better by swallowing  Sep (36)
 Lump, in the throat, sensation of, not relieved by hawking or swallowing, descends on deglutition but immediately returns  Rum (99)
 Lump, or ball, constantly swallows and chokes  Cts (43)
 Mucous, accumulation in the larynx  Zn.P. (216)
 Mucous, much in the throat  CLP. (12)
 Mucous, much scrapping in larynx, at night  Cyc (136)
 Mucous, copious, glutinous, at day time  Grp (62)
 Mucous, constant scrapping of larynx and trachea to clear them off  Trn (211), Kl.S. (95)
 Mucous, constant scrapping and hawking and coughing, becoming sore  Bel (17), Cr.V. (8)
 Mucous, constant scrapping from larynx, after eating  Phs (35)
 Mucous, must constantly clear up when talking  0x.-A (205)
 Mucous, must constantly clear the larynx  Sel (33)
 Mucous, scrapped from larynx, clear, starchy  Set (33)
 Mucous, swallowing, constant feeling, with  Cst (60)
 Mucous, tenacious, constant formation in throat  Zn.P. (216)
 Paralysis, of the muscles, and food collects in  Lac (20)
 Pain, in throat, ameliorated by swallowing anything solid  Ign (27)
 Pain, continuous, sharp in larynx, from evening to sunrise  Syp (210)
 Painful, throat, when menstruating  Cl.C. (11)
 Rawness, in the larynx, with scrapping  Brm (167)
 Roughness, in larynx, sensation of  Sl.A. (53)
 Sensation, of the throat, hanging down  Vlr (213)
 Spasm, constant in throat, compelling swallowing  Grp (62)
 Spasm, laryngeal, brought by any little exertion  Ign (27)
 Spasmodic, constriction, of larynx, on going to bed  Spn (115)
 Swelling, of throat, tonsils and uvula  Zn.P. (216)
 Tickling, and scrapping in the larynx  Zn.P. (216)
 Tickling, constant and burning in larynx, preventing him from lying down  Sen (141)
 Tickling, in larynx, while walking in cold air  Ox.A. (205)
 Tickling, in larynx and trachea, while in warm room  Sl.I.(209)
 Touch, sensitive to, the throat  Grp (62)
 Touch, sensitive to, the collar  Lac (20)
 Tubercular, laryngitis  Sel (33)
 Ulcer, and patches, with chronic throat troubles  Mr.S. (5)
 Ulcer, full of, spreading in the throat  Sl.A. (53)
 Ulcer, of the larynx, with loss of voice  Syp (210)
 Ulcer, the throat, studded with  Syp (210)
 Uneasiness, of the collar  Lac (20)
 Worse, in cold damp weather, the throat troubles  CLP. (12), Kl.B. (22)
 Worse, from cold air, smoke or dust, the symptoms of larynx  N. As. (202)


Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Aphthous, little patches, that bleed  Bel (17)
 Catarrh, chronic, of the pharynx  Sil (13)
 Discharges, tough and stringy  Kl.B. (22)
 Dryness, sensation in pharynx  Nt.M. (79)
 Inveterate, sore throat with  Sil (13), Nt.M. (79)
 Paralysis, of muscles of pharynx and food collects in  Lac (20)
 Rawness, sensation in pharynx  Aes (30)
 Spots, white, forming patches  Pht (120)
 Swollen, nodular, soft palate  Syp (210)
 Tension, in fauces, on right side  Ag.M. (157)
 Ulcer, little fine, no bigger than pin-head  Bel (17)

Sore Throat

Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Acrid, fluent coryza with  Alc (132)
 Better, by hot drinks  Lyc (9), Sad (144)
 Better, by warm foods and drinks  Alm (97)
 Burning, and dryness with  Sul (10), Acn (14)
 Burning, and rawness, with  Cst (60)
 Burning, and rawness, with fluent coryza  Aes (30)
 Burning, and stinging pains with  Aps (23)
 Catarrhal, sore throat, with thick viscid yellow mucous drawn out in ropes  Hyd (105)
 Difficult, painful swallowing, with sore throat  Sl.A. (53)
 Excoriating, with fluent coryza  Ars (15)
 Ear, involved, better by heat  Chm (25)
 Fish-bone, as if in the throat  Fr.P. (65), Hep (61) Arg (68), Aim (97) Nt.A. (52)
 Fluent, coryza with  Ars (15), Alc (132) Aes (30)
 Foetid, odour from the throat  Nt.A. (52)
 Inflammation, rapid and great, within a night  Bel (17)
 Inflammation, rapid, goes on to suppuration  Hep (61)
 Inflammation, slow and gradual, after exposure  Brt (85)
 Menstrual period, before, sore throat  Mg.C. (78)
 Menstrual period, beginning and ending with, sore throat  Lcn (94)
 Obliging, to hawk, with sense of fish-bone  Arg (68)
 Right sided, sore throat, worse during rest and warm room, better in open air  Mr.I. (197)
 Red, and dry, with sense of constriction  Bel (17), Die (88), CLP. (12), Cl.C. (11)
 Sensation, of constant desire to swallow  Nt.M. (79) (Lyssin)
 Sensation, of constriction, with dry and redness  CLP. (12), Cl.C. (11), Fr.P. (65), Dlc (88)
 Sensation of constriction, better by hot drinks  Lyc (9), Sad (144)
Sensation of constriction, with constant desire to swallow  Nt.M. (79) (Lyssin)
 Sensation of fish-bone, better by warm foods and drinks  Alm (97)
 Sensation of fish-bone, worse after swallowing  Fr.P. (65), Hep (61)
 Worse, after swallowing  Fr.P. (65), Hep (61)
 Worse, after taking sweet things  Spm (115)
 Worse, during rest  Mr. I. (197)
 Worse, in warm room, and better in open air   Mr. I. (197)


Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Alternates sides  Lcn (94)
 Better, from heat, hot soup or tea  Lyc (9)
 Better, from heat, warm drinks, but increased by cold  Ars (15)
 Better, from cold, but worse by heat  Aps (23)
 Better, from cold, and spasm in attempting to take warm drinks  Lac (20)
 Chronic hardness of parotid glands  KI.C. (21)
 Drawing, and pressing, sides of throat externally  Zn.P. (216)
 Ear, extending to, pain in right tonsil Trn (211)
 Enlarged tonsils, by every cold change  CL.P. (12)
 Enlarged tonsils, by least exposure, and suppurating  Brt (85)
 Enlarged tonsils, chronic, ulcerating  Psr (63)
 Enlarged tonsils, difficulty in swallowing  Spn (115)
 Enlarged tonsils, extremely painful  Lyc (9)
 Enlarged tonsils, great pains, threatening suppuration  Sil (13)
 Enlarged tonsils, throbbing pain, boundto suppurate  Hep (61)
 Enlarged tonsils, redness, with high fever  Bel (17)
 Enlarged tonsils, redness, with white spots  Pht (120)
 Fever, high, with redness  Bel (17)
 Painful, tonsils, enlarged with and tendency to suppuration  Lyc (9), Sil (13), Hep (61)
 Redness, with high fever  Bel (17)
 Redness, with white spots  Pht (120)
 Redness, with stinging pain, dark  Mr.S. (5)
 Sides, alternates Lcn (94)
 Sides, beginning in the left  Lac (20)
 Sides, beginning in the right  Lyc (9) (Merc-proto-iod)
 Sides, either, foetid breath with  Mr.S. (5)
 Sides, either, externally pressing and drawing  Zn.P. (216)
 Swallowing, difficult to  Spn (115)
 Swallowing, difficult, liquids  Sl.I.(209)
 Swallowing, difficult, liquid or solid  Zn.P. (216)
 Swallows, liquids only, least solid food gags  Bpt (57)
 Swallows, liquids or solids better, worse between the act of deglutination  Ign (27)
 Worse, by cold, better by warm drinks  Ars (15)
 Worse, by hot or warm drinks, spasms  Lac (20)
 Worse, by heat, and better by cold  Aps (23)

Voice Husky (Hoarseness)

Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Chest, weak feeling with  Stn (32)
 Cold, at every, catarrhal  CL.P. (12)
 Cold, bath from, at night  An.C. (4)
 Cold, coryza with, dryness in larynx  Fr.P. (65)
 Cold, damp air. sp. in  Cr.V. (R)
 Cold, damp weather, every, causing hoarseness and mucous in,throat  Mng (94)
 Cold, due to, chronic troublesome  Cap (114)
 From, clothing too much in a hot day  Brm (167)
 From, efforts to raise voice to higher tone  Ar.T. (100)
 From, over-exertion of vocal chord  Kl.P. (189)
 From, polypi or ulcer in larynx  Hep (61)
 Lying, on right side, in the evening  Phs (35)
 Painful, hoarseness  Phs (35)
 Painful, very much  Bel (17)
 Painless,hoarseness  Cl.C. (11)
 Rawness, feeling with  Cst (60), Am.M.(118)
 Relieved, by hawking, lump of mucous  Mng (194)
Sharp stitches, in right chest with  Nt.A. (52)
 Splinter, feeling of, in the throat with  Alm (97)
 Suffocative, spells with hoarseness  Spn (115)
 Singer’s, as soon as, begins to sing  Grp (62), Sel (33)
 Singer’s, as if something clogging  Arg (68)
 Singer’s, breaks, voice, when raised  Ar.T. (100)
 Worse, in the evening  Cr.V. (8), Grp (62), Phs (35), Stn (32)
 Worse, in the morning  Cst (60), Spn (115), Am.M. (118), Alm (97), Nt.A. (52), Mng (194)

Voice, Loss of (Paralysis of vocal chord)

Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Due to, ulcer or polypi, in larynx  Syp (210)
 Evening, in the, loss of voice  Phs (35)
 Failing, voice, when exerted  Cr.V. (8)
 Morning, in the, loss of voice  Cst (60)
 Pains, in the larynx with  Phs (35)
 Pains, without any  Cr.V. (8)
 Sensation, of rawness with  Cst (60)