Diseases of Ihe ear, when inflammatory symptoms are present, with fever, pain, congestion, etc.
Earache, with throbbing, burning pain; also sharp, sticking pains, due to inflammation; hot outward applications relieve by making counter-irritation.
Noises in the ear, singing and ringing, as if quinine had been used; beating in the ear. Deafness, due to chronic
inflammation of the ear.
A weak woman suffered three or four days from earache and pain in right side of head. The ear had been discharging for three days, but no relief of the pain, which was very severe. Membranes looked beefy-red, swollen and perforated; discharge profuse.
Ferrum phos. ,in water, every hour. In three days was better in every way, and in a week was well.