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 +====== CLINICAL CASE.====== ​
 +{{anchor:​s2}}By AD. Fellger, M.D., Philadelphia
 +{{anchor:​s3}}Mr. R. 27 years old, came on the 30th of January 1865, to my office, with a gonorrhoea which he had had for some time. {{anchor:​s4}}The running was milk-like and profuse. {{anchor:​s5}}There was not the least pain either by urination or without, or any inclination to pass urine more than usual. {{anchor:​s6}}Mr. R. had a gonorrhea several years before, which he said was cured allopathically. {{anchor:​s7}}I gave one dose of Copaiva (five drops Copaiva balsam to one hundred drops of Alcohol). {{anchor:​s8}}Eight days after, to his great satisfaction,​ he told me he was entirely well, there was not the least running from the urethra to be observed. {{anchor:​s9}}But alas, about a week after he appeared again with a strong discharge of the cryptae sebaccae of the corona glandis and a small condyloma on the fraenulum praeputiae; from the urethra itself there was no discharge. {{anchor:​s10}}I then gave Thuja<​sup>​200</​sup>,​ one dose. {{anchor:​s11}}From week to week this condyloma enlarged and on the corona gland is there appeared five other condylomata which grew rapidly larger. {{anchor:​s12}}As I considered the enlargement of the condylomata a homoeopathic aggravation,​ I waited patiently five weeks for the action of Thuja. {{anchor:​s13}}But all this time the condylomata did not diminish but grew larger and larger; the condyloma at the fraenulum was now an inch long. {{anchor:​s14}}As the patient had no kind of pain nor the least discharge from the urethra, he seemed not uneasy about it; the only complaint he now made was that he had frequent pollutions, which induced me to give Acid. {{anchor:​s15}}Nitr. <​sup>​200</​sup>,​ one dose. {{anchor:​s16}}After eight days all the condylomata at the corona glandis had disappeared entirely, and the long condyloma on the fraenulum was reduced to half its size; and eight days after this, there was nothing more visible, and even with the lens not one spot could be detected. {{anchor:​s17}}The pollution as well as the discharge from the cryptae sebaceoe, had also entirely disappeared. {{anchor:​s18}}Thus Nitric acid is the remedy for condylomata with pollutions.
 +^ Source: | The American Homoeopathic Review Vol. 04 No. 11, 1865, page 518 |
 +^ Description:​ | Clinical Case. |
 +^ Remedies: | Nitricum acidum |
 +^ Author: | Fellger, Ad. |
 +^ Year: | 1865 |
 +^ Editing: | errors only; interlinks; formatting |
 +^ Attribution:​ | Legatum Homeopathicum |
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