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Leucorrhea. Whites. Discharge from the vagina (catarrh) slight or profuse; thin, glairy; thick, lumpy or stringy; watery or milky; yellowish, greenish, bloody or purulent; odorless or offensive; bland or excoriating, with heat, burning and itching of genitals; headache; dizziness; backache; indigestion.
Displacement of the Uterus. Weight in lower, abdomen; pressing and bearing down sensations; disturbances of menstruation; backache. Bowels.
Hernia. Rupture. May be protrusion of intestines in groin, which can be pushed back; or strangulated, when not reducible, with inflammation, pain, nausea, vomiting, constipation, cold sweat, anxiety, gangrene.
Colic, Intestinal. Paroxysms of severe, twisting or boring pain, centering about navel, radiating through abdomen, better from friction and pressure; abdomen usually distended; may be cold sweat, feeble pulse, and vomiting.
Inflammation of the Bowels. Colicky pains in the bowels; diarrhea, with thin, liquid stools containing undigested food and mucus, sometimes blood streaked; tenderness; high fever; rapid pulse; patient lies on back, with legs drawn up.
Peritonitis, Acute. Sudden onset, with chill; sharp, and cutting pains in abdomen, with great tenderness; distention of bowels with gas; high fever; hiccough; nausea, vomiting, and constipation; patient lies on back with knees drawn up; pulse small, rapid, "wiry."
Dysentery. Constant desire to evacuate the bowels, with much straining, and never get done feeling; small stools containing mucus and blood; pain; tenderness; prostration.
Cholera Morbus. Cramps in the stomach and abdomen; vomiting and purging of bilious matter; frequent and copious evacuations; thirst; moderate fever; headache; great prostration; coldness of extremities.
Cholera Infantum. Vomiting and purging; thin, watery, musty smelling stools; intense thirst; great restlessness; hollow eyes; pinched, pale face; rapid, feeble pulse; rapid emaciation; great exhaustion.
Influenza. La Grippe. Abrupt onset; great prostration; chilliness; stiffness, bruised pain in muscles of neck, back and legs; severe pain in head;. sneezing, hoarseness and paroxysmal hard cough; running from nose; breathing difficult; or acute nervous symptoms with sleeplessness, intolerable pain in head, delirium, meningitis or severe gastric disturbance or symptoms as in typhoid fever.
Bronchitis, Acute. Chilliness; debility; soreness and constriction behind breast bone; slight fever; irritative, dry, painful cough becoming loose, with partly mucous, partly purulent expectoration; difficult breathing.
Mumps. Chilliness; debility; moderate fever; pain in angle of the jaw; doughy swelling of parotid gland; often swelling of other glands under one or both sides of jaw, and in throat; increase of saliva . may be sympathetic swelling of breasts or testicles.
Bright's Disease, Acute. Chill followed by fever; nausea; face puffy; extremities swollen and dropsical; dull pain over kidneys, extending downward; frequent urination; quantity of urine diminished; urine smoky, reddish, turbid and contains albumen.
Bright's Disease, Chronic. Slower development of symptoms as in acute form; general debility; headache; indigestion; lassitude; nausea; drowsiness; much swelling and dropsy.
Bronchitis, Chronic. Winter Cough. Persistent cough, with more or less partly mucous, partly purulent expectoration; soreness behind breast bone; shortness of breath; oppression; rales in chest.
Croup, False Membranous. Peculiar ringing cough, becoming muffled; hoarseness and difficult breathing continue after a spasm passes; false membrane is coughed up; great restlessness and agitation; clutching at the throat.
Whooping Cough. In the beginning, slight fever, sneezing, running from the nose, dry cough; in one or two weeks cough more violent and in hard paroxysms, with eyes congested, face bluish, veins disturbed, often vomiting, may be nosebleed, long drawn, shrill whoop at end of paroxysm.
Asthma. Sudden attacks generally at night; great oppression in chest; distressed breathing, cannot "catch his breath;" profuse perspiration; face pale and anxious; cough and expectoration of thick, tenacious mucus; loud wheezing in chest.
Prolapsus Ani. Descent or protrusion of mucous membrane of lower bowel through the anus; irritation; constipation; straining at stool.
Piles. Veins of rectum distended in little lumps; may protrude, bleed, itch, be sore, cause or aggravate constipation.
Hydrophobia. Anxiety; depression; restlessness; pain in wound; slight fever; increasing difficulty in swallowing; spasm of muscles of neck, especiary at sight of water; salivation; convulsions; delirium; exhaustion; suffocation; heart failure.
Opium Poisoning, Chronic. Loss of flesh and strength; trembling; debility; sallow complexion; loss of appetite; disturbed sleep; mental depression; irritability; tendency to lie and deceive; irresistible craving for the drug.
Stye. Small, painful boil on eyelid, with heat, redness, swelling, and rapid suppuration.
Tracoma. Inflammation and thickening of the lining membrane of the eyelids, with formation of granulations on inner side of lids.
Inflammation of Middle Ear. Otitis Media. Inflammation; pain; swelling of the drum and lining membrane of middle ear; watery discharge; with suppurating form, acute pain; ringing in ear; deafness; fever; formation of pus; bulging of drum which may rupture.
Chicken Pox. Fever; chilliness; sparse, superficial eruption of crop of pimples, most abundant on the trunk, drying up in two or three days, with depressed, blackish crust in centre.
Fever and Ague. Debility; nausea; vertigo; shivering, increasing to severe chill, with chattering of teeth; "goose skin"; hurried shallow breathing; small, rapid pulse. Chill, followed by fever, with face flushed; eyes red; pulse fuit and rapid; pain in back and limbs; intense thirst; urine scanty. Hot stage followed by free perspiration; decline of fever; increase of urine.
Scarlet Fever. Vomiting or convulsions; may be a chill; high fever; rapid pulse; heavily coated, then bright red, swollen tongue; throat re , sore; swallowing painful; glands enlarged; great thirst; scanty urine; fine, diffuse, red rash first on neck and chest; lasting five to seven days, and disappearing momentarily on pressure; eruption leaves branny scales; great restlessness, sleeplessness, headache, often convulsions.
Typhoid Fever. Gradual onset with headache, debility, vague pains, nosebleed, may be slight diarrhea, loss of appetite, then gradual rise of temperature, lower mornings, higher evenings; abdomen swollen and tender; with rose colored spots on abdomen seventh to ninth day; spots disappear on pressure; gurgling in abdomen; pea soup diarrhea; tongue,~ becomes dry, brown; teeth and lips covered with sticky deposit; delirium or stupor; bleeding from bowels; picking at bed clothes.
Typhus Fever. Sudden pain in head, back and legs; extreme prostration; fever reaching 104 to 105' in from two to three days, and remaining high about two weeks; rapid, weak pulse; musty odor; face livid and dull; pupils of eyes contracted; coarse, mulberry rash fourth or fifth day on trunk and extremities; urine scanty; marked nervous symptoms; bowels constipated.
Yellow Fever. Chill ' pain in head, back and limbs; rapidly rising fever; vomiting; thirst; constipation; then remission of symptoms for six hours, followed by their acute return; jaundice of skin; black vomit; bleeding from mouth, bladder, etc.; scanty or suppressed urine; great prostration; collapse and death or slow convalescence.
Smallpox. Chill or series of chills, followed by vomiting and intense pain in small of back; rapidly increasing fever, falling the third or fourth day; rising again seventh or eighth day; pulse full, rapid; skin dry; breathing hurried; red spots first on forehead, face and wrists having hard, shot like feel; skin between is swollen; soft, yellow, offensive crusts; spots may run together or black and blue spots form.
Rheumatic Fever. Sudden reddening, swelling and tenderness of one of the large joints, with intense pain; sudden shifting of symptoms to another joint; moderately high fever; rapid, bounding pulse; scanty urine; no appetite; constipation; heavily coated tongue.
Cholera, Asiatic. Vomiting alternating with painless diarrhea; frequent, sudden rice water movements from bowels; excruciating cramps in calves of legs, thighs, arms, and abdomen; face pinched, blue, sunken; cold, clammy sweat; pulse thready, weak; breath cool; voice husky; collapse and stupor.
Inflammation of Spinal Cord, Acute. Moderate fever; loss of appetite; coated tongue; constipation; followed by radiating pains from back to limbs, with numbness, tingling or burning; pain about weight; loss of motion of limbs and increasing paxalygs.
Spotted Fever. Epidemic Cerebro spinal~ Meningitis~. Sudden on set; chill followed by fever; nausea; great thirst; vomiting; severe, continuous headaches; painful stiffness and retraction of muscles of the neck; dusky mottling of the skin.
Measles. Sneezing; hoarseness; cough; running from eyes and nose; eyes red and sensitive to light; moderate fever; eruption of small pale or dark red velvety spots on face, then on trunk and extremities, with itching and burning; eruption lasts four days to a week.
Weak Heart. Palpitation, with feeling of oppression about chest; fluttering, irregular pulse; headache; dizziness; bloodlessness; debility; indigestion.
Enlargement of the Heart. Hypertrophy. Vihen excessive there may be weight and discomfort in the chest; bulging of chest wall; a heaving impulse of heart against chest; shortness of breath; headache; vertigo; ringing in the ears; paroxysmal cough; palpitation; indigestion; sleeplessness.
Neuralgia of the Heart. Angina Pectoris. Sudden attacks of excruciating pain in the heart, with horrible sense of suffocation; face paje and cold; pulse variable, often weak and irregular; pain in left shoulder; attack passes off with belching of gas.
Inflammation of the Heart. Pain in region of the heart, sense of oppression; anxiety; difficult breathing; fever; slight cough; headache; vertigo; may be nausea; irregular action of heart; palpitation.
Chlorosis. Green Sickness. Impoverished blood at puberty; greenish pallor of skin; palpitation; indigestion; nosebleed; irritability; appetite for chalk, slate pencils, etc.; debility.
Brain Fever. Intense headache; vertigo; intolerance to light and sound; restlessness; heat in head; eyes bloodshot; fever; later, drowsiness and inclination to vomit; convulsions in children; rapid, feeble pulse.
Epilepsy. Peculiar, premonitory sensation beginning in finger or toe, followed by sharp cry, and sudden fall to the floor, with partial or complete loss of consciousness, frothing at mouth; biting of the tongue; clenching of fingers; face becomes bluish; pupils dilated; stupor for a varying period follows, or immediate consciousness with soreness, weakness and mental confusion.
Hysteria. Convdsive seizures simulating epilepsy, but patient generally falls in a comfortable place; is only apparently unconscious; screams, cries, or laughs; urine often retained; sensation of ball in the throat; headache as of nail in the head; may be partial paralys* or legs and arms thrown wildly about.
Apoplexy. Patient suddenly falls unconscious; face flushed; breathing labored; pulse full and slow, paxalysis on one side; tongue protruded; may be convulsions, and involuntary passage of urine and feces.
Catalepsy. Trance. Patient apparently insensible; lies quiet , limbs remain in any position they are placed; muscles stiff and unyielding.
Sunstroke. Weakness, dizziness and faintness after exposure to heat, or partial or complete unconsciousness; pallor of face; cold sweat; shallow, hurried breathing; or dry, burning skin; face and eyes congested; pulse full and rapid; pupils contracted; stupor; a dangerous form.
Paralysis. Attack preceded by numbness, coldness, paleness, and slight convulsive jerking or twitching, followed by loss of motion partial or complete, and of upper or lower half of body, or one or both sides; may be loss of speech and other faculties.
Bleeding from the Lungs. May be preceded by cough, difficult breathing, warmth or tenderness in chest, salty taste in mouth; blood may gush up or be coughed up, mill be bright red, fluid, and frothy, and taste sweetish or salty.
Pneumonia. Lung Fever. Sudden hard chill and sharp pain in the side, with sharp rise of temperature, generally fa,~ suddenly to normal the fifth, seventh or ninth day; shallow, very rapid, difficult breathing; short, dry, hard cough, later with blood streaked, rusty expectoration, becoming free and like pi ane juice; pain in chest; no appetite; tongue coated; thirst, scanty urine; congestion and consolidation of lungs; may be typhoid symptoms.
Consumption. Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Fatigue and short breath on slight exertion; loss of appetite; imperfect digestion; paleness, with hectic flush over cheek bones; irregular fever; hacking cough, at first dry, later with increasing expectoration; night sweats; .oss of weight; bleeding from lungs; may be diarrhea; tubercle bacillus in expectoration; contraction of chest; swelling of feet.
Hay Fever. Great susceptibility to pollen of rag weed, hay, roses, etc.; redness of eyes, swelling of eyelids; sneezing; running from eyes and nose; obstruction of nose; headache; cough; may be asthma.
Catarrh, Chronic Nasal. Mucous or partly mucous, partly purulent discharge from nose, obstruction of nostrils; mouth breathing; nasal voice; headache in forehead; dropping of secretions into throat; frequent hawking; may be deafness and loss of taste or smell.
Inflammation of the Liver. Drawing sensation on the right side in region of the liver; slight chill; fever; headache; indigestion; loss of appetite; may be nausea and vomiting; slight jaundice; scant urine; sometimes hiccough; weakness; loss of flesh.
Lockjaw. Tetanus. Painful, increasing stiffness of the head, neck, and pain extending to back, abdomen and extremities; corners of mouth drawn upward; jaws tightly closed; body convulsively arched or rigidly straight; slightest touch causes spasm with great pain.
Pleurisy. Sharp, stabbing pain in the side, worse on deep breathing and motion; breathing feeble, shallow and rapid; slight, irrigative cough; scanty, frothy expectoration; may be effusion of fluid into covering of lungs, with chills, fever, sweats and emaciation.
Gout. Restlessness; wakefulness; irritability; dyspepsia; scanty, high colored urine; agonizing pain and tenderness in ball of great toe; too reddish purple and glazed; veins enlarged; in chronic gout joints enlarged, deformed, chalky, stiff, may ulcerate.
Gall Stone Colic. Passage of gall stones causes sudden, agonizing, cutting, tearing or shooting pain on the right side of abdomen, spreading to right side of chest and shoulder; muscles of abdomen cramped and tender; nausea; vomiting; profuse sweat; frequent urination; pale, distorted, anxious face ; feeble pulses.
Painter's Colic. Violent, painful contractions of the abdominal muscles; hollowing in of the abdomen; obstinate constipation; griping, cutting pains; may be blue line around the gums.
White Swelling. Tubercular Arthritis. Dull pain in joints, worse by motion or jarring; tenderness on pressure; more or less swelling and exudation of fluid; wasting of muscles above and below; skin white and shiny.
Sciatica. Sharp, shooting pain running down the back of thigh; worse from motion; may be tingling and numbness, and nerves sensitive to touch; worse at night and in stormy weather.
Stone in the Kidneys. Constant dull pain in the loin; on passage of stone, excruciating paroxysm of pain radiating into groin and bladder; numbness of thigh; nausea; vomiting; sweat; rapid pulse; sufferer may faint.
Inflammation of the Testicles. Orchitis. Drawing, stretching pains from abdomen through spermatic cords and testicles; testicles swollen, sensitive, with soreness and tearing pains; drawing up of testicles, burning and difficulty in urinating.
Writer's Cramp. Fatigue, weight or actual pain in muscles of hand; spasm of muscles when fingers grasp a pen; hand may tremble or neuralgic pain occur.
Hip Joint Disease. Slight lameness; stiffness of muscles about the joint; progressive wasting of muscles of thigh; limping, with shortening of leg; more or less fluid in joint, and restriction of motion; formation of abscess, with pain and tenderness; deformity of hip.
Arsenic Poisoning. Burning in stomach and bowels; cramps in abdomen and legs; vomiting followed by diarrhea; rice water stools which are bloody.
Lead Poisoning. Obstinate constipation; abdominal colic; wrist drop; blue line about the gums; cramps in the legs; pains in the joints; trembling of extremities; intense headache; may be convulsions, delirium and lethargy,
Eczema. Salt Rheum. Inflammation of skin, with watery pimples or pustules forming scales and crusts; itching; burning; watery or yellow sticky discharge, or oozing; raw surface beneath crusts; or dry, scaly patches, without itching.
Itch. Scabies. Small pimples first appearing between fingers, in creases of wrists, groin, armpit, under the breasts, on inner side of thighs, with intense itching.
Ringworm of the Scalp. Small, separate, round or irregularly shaped, reddened scaly patches, turning to little vesicles filled with matter, which dry up and scale off; hair dead and brittle; patches spread rapidly.
Shingles. Herpes Zoster. Pin head to pea sized watery pimples along a nerve, preceded, accompanied or followed by neuralgic pams in affected part; one side of body only; fluid dries up, and yellow brown crusts form and drop off.
Nettle Rash. Urticaria. Skin shows pale red elevations, itching intensely; finger drawn over surface causes white line which becomes elevated and red; eruption on covered parts of body especially
Boil. Small, limited, painful tumor beginning as a sore, itching pimple, developing a core of dead tissue, and suppurating.
Carbunde. Dark red, painful, circumscribed, flattened swelling, surrounded by dusky red skin, appearing on neck, back or buttocks, suppurating in a week or ten days, and discharging through several openings.
Cancer of the Skin. Epithelima. In the beginning a few greasy scales or papery crust covering three or four shallow irregular ulcers with hard margin; or may be deep seated, shiny, hard, red lump, changing to ulcer with blood stained yellow., fluid, or offensive sticky discharge; sharp, shooting pains.
Blackheads. Acne. Small pimples on face, chest, shoulders, back, neck; moist or dry; reddish or black; with or without indigestion, debility, menstrual disorders; may contain matter or cheesy substance.
Warts. Pinhead to bean sized, limited elevation of the skin; some soft, red, dry or moist; bleed easily; some soft and pearly; others hard, black, flat or rounded.
Gangrene. Mortification. In dry form, skin pale, dry, shriveled, semi translucent, with bluish mottled specks becoming dark, opaque, mummified; in moist form, congestion of part; skin dark, livid, moist; tissues soften and break down; foul odor.
Ulcers. Sore on leg or elsewhere, red, inflamed, irritable, with painful, ragged edge; or varicose ulcer with much distention of nearby veins; or syphilitic ulcer with punched out looking sore, and offensive discharge.
Milk Crust. Small pimples form on face or scalp of infants and children, with redness and itching; pimples rupture and exude a sticky fluid forming yellow crust, with raw surface underneath.
Scurvy. ,Great debility; bloodlessness; spongy, bleeding gums, with foul breath; teeth loosened; pain in legs; skin dry and rough; flesh brawny and hard; complexion shallow; bleeding from mouth, bladder, etc.; short breath; feeble pulse.
Erysipelas. Slight fever, chilliness, tingling of affected part, which becomes glossy, bright red or brawny, swollen, hard, sharply defined; fever increases; pulse full, rapid; appetite lost; bowels constipated; tongue coated; small Dimples form; inflammation spreads or begins to subside in four or five days.
scrofula. Swelling and suppuration of glands of neck, groin and under the arms; sometimes slight fever, debility, emaciation; free perspiration, especially about the head.
Goitre. Usual non painful, non tender swelling of varying size of thyroid gland in neck; when large, causing difficult breathing, headache, flushed face; may be shooting pains.
Dropsy. Swelling of feet, hands, legs, abdomen or chest in lung, liver, kidney or heart disease; swelling and paleness of skin; surface hard and pitting on pressure of finger.
Goitre, Exophthalmic. Debility and bloodlessness; enlargement of thyroid gland; protrusion and staring appearance of eyes; palpitation; pulse beats 1000 to 140* a minute; blowing sound over gland.
Dyspepsia, Nervous. Tongue often clean, appetite very variable, may crave acids, slate pencils, etc.; headache; vertigo; irritability; depression; sleeplessness or bad dreams; lassitude; palpitation; lump in the chest.
Dyspepsia, Catarrhal. Loss of appetite; sense of fullness and discomfort; eructation's; nausea and sometimes vomiting; tongue heavily coated; mucus in vomitus and stools; may be diarrhea; hiccough; heartburn.
Bleeding from the Stomach. Usually occurs with vomiting and is provoked by taking food; blood is dark, clotted, and generally mixed with contents of stomach.
Neuralgia of the Stomach. Intense, griping, agonizing pain in stomach usually extending to the back, with belching of gas, faintness, and intermittent pulse; symptoms partially relieved by pressure over stomach.
Cancer of the Stomach. Indigestion; great acidity; flatulence; loss of appetite; foul breath; great debility; emaciation; vomiting; coffee ground vomit from retained blood; pain, more or less continuous.
Colic in Infants. Sudden paroxysms of spasmodic crying often waking child from sleep jerking of the feet; clenching of the hands; sudden drawing up, then straightening of the legs; flatulence; distention or retraction of the abdomen; contortions of whole body.
Syphilis. First Stage. Within a month of exposure, small, red sore appears on genitals, which enlarges and breaks in centre, leaving ulcer; nearby glands enlarge and become hard; may be no impairment of general health.
Syphilis. Second Stage. Within six or eight weeks, sore throat; moderate fever; languor; headache; bone pains; indigestion; ulcers on throat or tonsils; dull copper hued eruption on abdomen, chest, arms, shoulders, genitals.
Syphilis. Third Stage. Within one or many years, pustules on body which form deep ulcers, with dry crusts and scales; loathsome sores leaving bad scars; ulceration of throat, palate, nose; hard lumps in muscles and under skin.
Abscess.: Localized inflammation, with beat, swelling, pain, formation of pus, tendency to point and discharge matter.
Tonsillitis. Tonsils swollen; difficulty in swallowing and much pain; often cheesy spots or patches on tonsils and throat; dribbling of saliva; fever; headache.
Enlarged Tonsils. Tonsils too large; may contain minute cavities containing foul, cheesy matter; mouth breathing, difficult swallowing; snoring during sleep; mental dullness; night terrors; deafness; bad breath; thick voice.
Quinsy. Tonsillitis symptoms, together with inflammation of deeper tissues; chills; high fever; swelling of glands of neck; suppuration, and formation of tonsilar abscess, with tendency to point and discharge.
Croup, Spasmodic. Hoarseness and slight cough during day; sudden awakening at night by severe paroxysm of suffocative, hard, barking cough; skin hot; pulse tense and rapid; perspiration.
Pharyngitis. Soreness of back of mouth and throat; pain on swallowing or difficult swallowing; coating of glairy mucus on roof of mouth, tonsils and throat; some fever; swelling of affected parts.
Diphtheria. Chills, moderate fever, sore throat, indisposition, followed by stiffness and swelling of glands of neck; grayish white membrane in throat, removal of which causes bleeding; weak pulse, scanty urine; detection of Klebs L6ffler bacillus.
Thrush. Swollen, red, spongy gums; flaky, white deposits of lining membrane of mouth, leavin(r bleeding spots when removed; fever; pain in mouth; mouth waters; bad breath.
Incontinence of Urine. Enuresis. Profuse involuntary flow of pale, watery urine; constant dribbling of urine while sitting or walking; dribbling of scanty, high colored urine; wetting the bed at night.
Retention of Urine. Strangury. Urine passed drop by drop, with much urging and straining; pain and heat along the urethra: difficult, scanty urination.
Stone in the Bladder. Irritation and inflammation of bladder; frequent burning discharge of small amounts of urine, with urging; acute pain on passage of stone, with bloody urine; sudden stoppage of stream of urine.
Inflammation of the Bladder. Cystitis. May begin with chilliness and fever, then constant dull ache, or sharp agonizing pain in bladder; frequent urging to urinate, with burning pain on urinating; pus in the urine.
Diabetes Mellitus. Gradual failure of health; frequent and excessive urination of pale urine, loaded with sugar; great thirst and emaciation; large appetite; constipation or exhausting diarrhea; skin, mouth and throat dry; itching of skin; teeth decay; failure of sexual powers.
Jaundice. Yellowish ness of the skin, white of eyes, inside of mouth and of urine and feces; stools light colored; urine dark; may be itching of the skin; mental depression; delirium, convulsions, and stupor in bad cases.
Inflammation of Urethra. Gonorrhea. Burning heat, tenderness and puffiness at entrance of urethra; catarrhal discharge, soon turning to thick, purulent matter; frequent, painful erections; urine passed in spurts, drops or twisted stream.
Dropsy of the Abdomen. Sensation of weight in the abdomen; distention; difficult breathing; scanty urine; swelling of the feet; constipation; fluctuation of fluid on pressure.
Worms. Loss of appetite or ravenous hunger; disturbed sleep; great restlessness; picking at the nose; bad breath; lassitude; dark circles round eyes, indigestion; straining at stool; itching of anus; grinding of teeth in sleep; may be colicky pains.
Tape Worm. May be no symptoms, or may be indigestion; mucous stools; colicky pains; voracious appetite; debility; night terrors; intense itching of nose and genitals; twitching of muscles; convulsions.
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