throughout not very great. Many convulsions with
sweating about the time of death.
Crito, in Thasos, while walking about, was seized
with a violent pain in the great toe. He took to bed
the same day with shivering and nausea ; regained
a little warmth ; at night was delirious.
Second day. Swelling of the whole foot, which
was rather red about the ankle, and distended ;
black blisters ; acute fever ; mad delirium. Alvine
discharges unmixed, bilious and rather frequent.
He died on the second day from the commencement.
The man of Clazomenae, who lay sick by the well
of Phrynichides, was seized with fever. Pain at the
beginning in head, neck and loins, followed immediately
by deafness. No sleep ; seized with acute
fever ; hypochondrium swollen, but not very much ;
distension ; tongue dry.
Fourth day. Delirium at night.
Fifth day. Painful.
Sixth day. All symptoms exacerbated.
About the eleventh day slight improvement.
From the beginning to the fourteenth day there
were from the bowels thin discharges, copious, of
a watery biliousness ; they were well supported by
the patient. Then the bowels were constipated.
Urine throughout thin, but of good colour. It had
much cloud spread through it, which did not
settle in a sediment. About the sixteenth day the
urine was a little thicker, and had a slight sediment.