Fourth day. Slight relief of the pains about the
hypochondrium ; painful heaviness of the head ;
somewhat comatose ; slight epistaxis ; tongue dry ;
thirst ; scanty urine, thin and oily ; snatches of sleep.
Fifth day. Thirst ; nausea ; urine similar ; no
movement of the bowels ; about mid-day much
delirium, followed quickly by lucid intervals ; rose,
but grew somewhat comatose ; slight chilliness ;
slept at night ; was delirious.
Sixth day. In the morning had a rigor ; quickly
recovered heat ; sweated all over ; extremities cold ;
was delirious ; respiration large and rare. After a
while convulsions began from the head, quickly
followed by death.
A man dined when hot and drank too much.
During the night he vomited everything ; acute
fever ; pain in the right hypochondrium ; inflammation,
soft underneath, from the inner part; an
uncomfortable night ; urine at the first thick and
red ; on standing it did not settle ; tongue dry ; no
Fourth day. Acute fever ; pains all over.
Fifth day. Passed much smooth, oily urine ;
Sixth day. In the afternoon much delirium. No
sleep at night.
Seventh day. General exacerbation ; urine similar ;
much rambling ; could not restrain himself ; on
stimulation the bowels passed watery, disturbed
discharges, with worms. An uncomfortable night,
with rigor in the morning. Acute fever. Hot
sweat, and the patient seemed to lose his fever ;