The patient became a little easier, and was more
Seventeenth day. Urine thin again ; painful swellings
by both ears. No sleep ; wandering ; pain in
Twentieth day. A crisis left the patient free
from fever ; no sweating ; quite rational. About
the twenty-seventh day violent pain in the right
hip, which quickly ceased. The swellings by the
ears neither subsided nor suppurated, but continued
painful. About the thirty-first day diarrhéa with
copious, watery discharges and signs of dysentery.
Urine thick ; the swellings by the ears subsided.
Fortieth day. Pain in the right eye ; sight rather
impaired ; recovery.
The wife of Dromeades, after giving birth to a
daughter, when everything had gone normally, on
the second day was seized with rigor ; acute fever.
On the first day she began to feel pain in the region
of the hypochondrium ; nausea ; shivering ; restless ;
and on the following days did not sleep. Respiration
rare, large, interrupted at once as by an inspiration.
|As we might
say, "with a catch in it."|
Second day from rigor. Healthy action of the
bowels. Urine thick, white, turbid, like urine
which has settled, stood a long time, and then
been stirred up. It did not settle. No sleep at
Third day. At about mid-day rigor ; acute fever ;
urine similar ; pain in the hypochondrium ; nausea ;
an uncomfortable night without sleep ; a cold sweat
all over the body, but the patient quickly recovered