As a stimulant to fistulous sinuses and ulcers in persons of scrofulous habits.
It is beneficial for dyspepsia, gout, rheumatism, and scrofulous diseases.
If the disease depends upon a scrofulous or other taint in the system, one gains little by going from home.
scrofulous and rickety children are the most usual sufferers in this way.
In suppressed and painful menstruation, leucorrha, &c. Both are astringent and well adapted to scrofulous patients.
As for the scrofulous ones, we'll just put them out of sight.
The man grew thin, mere skin and bone; but then he was scrofulous.
The disease for which the operation was done was said to be scrofulous.
Potash, free or carbonated, is another remedy of considerable importance in scrofulous diseases.
In scrofulous emaciation, and in the latter stages of phthisis.
scrofulous scrof·u·lous (skrŏf'yə-ləs)
Relating to, affected with, or resembling scrofula.