Lysidinum

Natural History.
      Ethylene-Ethenyl-diamine. Methylglycoxalidine (Merck).
      Trituration.
      Solution.

Clinical.
      Gout.
      Lithiasis.
      Oxaluria.
      Uric acid diathesis.

Characteristics.
      Lysidin. occurs in red-white crystals.
      The solution is a thick pinkish liquid.
      Clifford Mitchel (H. W., xxxiii. 277) has given the 50 per cent solution in ten-drop doses well diluted in aerated water, thrice daily, in two cases of oxaluria, one recent in a young man, one in an old man and of long standing.
      In the second case the distressing lumbar pain was removed by a few doses though it had persisted for a number of days.

Relations.
      Compare: Nitro-mur-ac., Oxal-ac., Sars., Urotrop.