Manganum muriaticum

Natural History.
      Chloride of Manganese. MnCl2.
      Solution in water.

Clinical.
      Ankles, painful, weak.
      Bone pains.
      Borborygmus.
      Constipation.
      Eructations.
      Rheumatism.

Characteristics.
      Mang-m. was proved by Lembke. The few symptoms obtained were manifested chiefly in the cranial bones, stomach, left shoulder, right knee, and ankles.
      The stomach pains were worse by external pressure.

Head.
      Vertigo and reeling when walking in open air, worse looking down, on descending or stooping (an old symptom revived).
      Boring in right cranial bones, tearing in right occipital bone.

Face.
      Pressive pain in right jaw-joint.

Stomach.
      Eructations of air (sour).
      Pressure in stomach worse by external pressure.

Abdomen.
      Frequent rumbling.

Stool.
      Stool harder and scantier than usual.

Upper Limbs.
      Violent pain in front part of left shoulder-joint, worse by pressure, rolling arm about its axis, and by any motion of arm.
      Pain in articulation of left thumb.

Lower Limbs.
      Drawing pain with weary feeling in right thigh while sitting.
      Violent drawing pain inner side right knee.
      Pressure in right knee extending into leg, a bruised sensation remains in ankles, afterwards same pain in left ankle.
      Pressure and drawing in ankle and ankle bones.
      Pressure in left foot.