Calc hypophosphorosa is necessary, to furnish the patient with liberal doses of phosphorus as a consequence of continuous abscesses which reduce the vitality. Loss of appetite, rapid debility, night sweats; acne pustulospallor of skin, habitually cold
extremities. Phthisis-diarrhea and cough; acute pains in the chest. Mesenteric tuberculosis. Bleeding from lungs; angina pectoris;
asthma; affection of arteries. Veins stand out like whipcords. Attacks of pain occurring two hours after meals (relieved by a cup of
milk or light food).