Fourth day. General exacerbation ; slight epistaxis
twice from the right nostril. An uncomfortable
night ; stools as on the third day ; urine rather
black ; had a rather black cloud floating in it, spread
out, which did not settle.
Fifth day. Violent epistaxis of unmixed blood
from the left nostril ; sweat ; crisis. After the crisis
sleeplessness ; wandering ; urine thin and rather
black. His head was bathed ; sleep ; reason restored.
The patient suffered no relapse, but after
the crisis bled several times from the nose.
Erasinus lived by the gully of Boétes. Was seized
with fever after supper ; a troubled night.
First day. Quiet, but the night was painful.
Second day. General exacerbation ; delirium at
Third day. Pain and much delirium.
Fourth day. Very uncomfortable ; no sleep at
night ; dreams and wandering. Then worse
symptoms, of a striking and significant character ;
fear and discomfort.
Fifth day. Early in the morning was composed,
and in complete possession of his senses. But long
before mid-day was madly delirious ; could not
restrain himself ; extremities cold and rather livid ;
urine suppressed ; died about sunset.
In this patient the fever was throughout accompanied
by sweat ; the hypochondria were swollen,
distended and painful. Urine black, with round,
suspended particles which did not settle. There
were solid discharges from the bowels. Thirst