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 +====== FRAGMENT.====== ​
 +{{anchor:​s2}}BY L.M. KENYON, M.D., BUFFALO, N.Y.
 +{{anchor:​s3}}Mrs. C., aged twenty-five years, called upon me in April, with a pimple upon the middle of the left cheek, about the size of a small pea; it was red, freely supplied with blood vessels, and the slightest touch would produce profuse bleeding and the growth was very rapidly increased by each attack of hemorrhage.
 +{{anchor:​s4}}The history that she gave of it was, that about two weeks previous the skin was broken there by a slight scratch with the finger-nail,​ and the next day she discovered a pimple the size of a pin-head; whenever a day passed by without touching it, she could not see that it increased in size. {{anchor:​s5}}Mrs. C. was expecting confinement every day with the second child, and at her first confinement nearly lost her life by hemorrhage. {{anchor:​s6}}I gave her Phosphorus <​sup>​6</​sup>,<​sup>​30</​sup>​ and <​sup>​200</​sup>,​ one dose each in forty-eight hours, and then Sac. lac.; hardly a day passed without irritating it, and it grew rapidly until her confinement,​ which occurred about a week afterward, at which time it bled profusely. {{anchor:​s7}}The treatment was necessarily interrupted a few days in consequence of other symptoms coming up which required attention.
 +{{anchor:​s8}}Five days after confinement,​ it measured one inch in length and half an inch in circumference,​ and looked more like a watery excrescence,​ but yet was as sensitive to the touch, and bled even more freely and easily than before. {{anchor:​s9}}I now gave Thuja<​sup>​6</​sup>​ in morning, Thuja<​sup>​30</​sup>​ at evening, and the next evening Thuja<​sup>​200</​sup>​ and one dose Sac lac. each evening; in one week it had ceased bleeding entirely, and was diminished one half in size. {{anchor:​s10}}Sac. lac. continued, and at the end of two weeks more all trace of it was gone and no spot left to show where it was.
 +{{anchor:​s11}}Mrs. C. is light complexion, nervous temperament,​ has never been sick much, and I could not, by close inquiry, trace any hereditary taint, either sycotic or otherwise.
 +{{anchor:​s12}}I have deemed the case interesting,​ and if you think it sufficiently so for insertion in your journal, you are at liberty to use it.
 +^ Source: | The American Homoeopathic Review Vol. 02 No. 08, 1860, page 364 |
 +^ Description:​ | Fragment; Bleeding pimple on cheek after scratching. |
 +^ Remedies: | Phosphorus, Thuja |
 +^ Author: | Kenyon, L.M. |
 +^ Year: | 1860 |
 +^ Editing: | errors only; interlinks; formatting |
 +^ Attribution:​ | Legatum Homeopathicum |
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