relieved ; quite rational. For three days there
was an intermission of fever.
Eleventh day. Relapse ; rigor ; attack of fever.
But about the fourteenth day the patient vomited
bilious, yellow matter fairly frequently ; sweated ;
a crisis took off the fever.
Melidia, who lay sick by the temple of Hera,
began to suffer violent pain in the head, neck and
chest. Immediately she was attacked by acute
fever, and there followed a slight menstrual flow.
There were continuous pains in all these parts.
Sixth day. Coma ; nausea ; shivering ; flushed
cheeks ; slight delirium.
Seventh day. Sweat ; intermittence of fever ; the
pains persisted ; relapse ; snatches of sleep ; urine
throughout of good colour but thin ; stools thin,
bilious, irritating, scanty, black and of bad odour ;
sediment in the urine white and smooth ; sweating.
Eleventh day. Perfect crisis.