Nitrate of Uranium. Uranyl Nitrate. UO22NO36H2O. Solution in distilled water.
Anus, pruritus of.
Diabetes, mellitus and insipidus.
Duodenum, ulcer of.
Milk, excessive secretion of.
Stye, fishy odor of, incontinence of.
Uranium belongs to the Chromium group of elements.
was proved by E. T. Blake, whose monograph on the salt forms part of the Hahnemann Materia Medica. Blake’s proving was suggested by the observation of an old-school experimenter, Leconte, who found sugar in the urine of dogs slowly poisoned with Ur. nit. Blake was not very successful in producing sugar, but his proving is not any less valuable on that account, and clinical use has filled out the picture.
Many cases of diabetes have been relieved or cured by Ur. nit., usually in the lower attenuations.
In a case of diabetes insipidus of mine, in a young girl, Ur. nit. 30 gave more relief than any other remedy.
Excessive thirst, polyuria, and dry tongue are the indications.
Glycosuria is by no means an essential part of the indications for Ur. nit. In some of the animals experimented on by Blake the pylorus was found to be affected.
With this the symptoms of the proving correspond, and Ur. nit. has cured both pyloric and gastric ulcer.
One case (N.A. F.H., Aug., 1890) in a married woman was cured with 5-gr. doses of the 2x.
Patient was weak and emaciated, vomited mucus mixed with blood and coffee-ground matter, and passed dark, tarry stools, sensitive and tender over region of pylorus.
Sensations are: As if blood were flowing to head.
As if he had taken cold with headache.
The left side was more affected than the right.
Many symptoms were worse at night.
Head worse walking.
Better deep inspiration.
Compare: Elemental relatives, gastroduodenal affections, Chrom., and Kali-bi. Diabetes, Ph-ac., Syzyg., Thyr., Lac-def., Lact-ac. Sinking immediately after meals, Ars., Cin., Lyc., Sil., Staph. Craves tea, Selen.
Ill-humor, and not feeling well all day.
Vertigo twice in evening.
Head heavy on waking.
Pain: in forehead, over left eye, in forehead and occiput in evening, in temple, in occipital protuberances, in occiput on walking.
Neuralgia on posterior edge of left temporal bone (formerly on r.) from 2 till four PM leaving dull aching, neuralgia woke me at one AM that night, lasted an hour and prevented sleep, ill from the pain during next day, two days later pain in old place (right side) came on gradually, better by dinner.
Stye in left upper lid.
(Oedema of lower lids worse than usual.)
Lids inflamed, agglutinated.
Shooting from right orbit to occipital protuberance in evening.
Pain over left eye.
Itching in nose.
Left nostril stuffed.
Painless ulcer, with one elevated side, in mouth opposite left anterior upper molar, worse evening.
Hawking of tenacious mucus.
Contracted feeling in throat.
Appetite lost, (during menses).
Craves raw ham and tea.
Eructations., tasteless, putrid at 11 and 3 o’clock.
Indigestion in afternoon a quarter of an hour before dinner, with gnawing sinking at cardiac end of stomach, not hungry nor faint.
Dyspepsia, flatus after food, acidity, pain from cardiac end of stomach to suprarenal region, better movement, lasted all day, bowels slightly moved, pale clay-colored feces (query, if from the drug, as I had similar but slighter attacks), afterwards epigastric pain as above returned, better by food, with occasional twisting-screwing feeling lower down.
(Gastric and duodenal ulcers.
Flatus, abdomen bloated.
Sharp colic, with tenesmus and with raw feeling in rectum, afterwards in sleep unconscious seminal emission.
Enteritis and peritonitis with meteorism, great prostration.
Urging in rectum and bladder, waking me at two AM, borborygmi, soft stool.
Stool twice in one day.
Sore pain in vesical region in evening.
Urine produces acute parenchymatous nephritis, sugar is found in the urine, this generally does not come on until after albumen has appeared, glycosuria is very characteristic and persistent, it also produces at times a large amount of oxalate of lime."
Profuse nocturnal urination.
Urination profuse, painful, pale milky.
Acute and chronic diseases of adults.
Urine greenish and smelling fishy.
Male Sexual Organs.
During menses: vertigo, faint, flushing of upper part of body.
No menstrual flow during diabetic attack, pale, anemic, craves raw ham and tea.
Excessive secretion of milk.
Bronchitis, with copious mucous expectoration and much emaciation, chronic colds.
Cough with purulent discharge from left nostril, lung infiltrated with grey tubercle.
Intermittent pain radiating from left side to ensiform cartilage, worse fasting.
(Pain at lower angle of left scapula worse deep inspiration.)
White vesicles on arms and legs with red areolae, burn and itch.
Extreme languor, on rising from bed.
Feeling as if he had taken cold.
Epithelioma, lupus excedens, ecchymoses.
Night restless with shivering and heat.