Fifth day. Pain ; general exacerbation ; irrational
talk ; uncomfortable night ; no sleep.
Sixth day. The same symptoms.
Seventh day. Rigor ; acute fever ; sweating all
over ; crisis.
This patient's stools were throughout bilious,
scanty and uncompounded. Urine thin, not of a
good colour, with a cloudy substance floating in it.
About the eighth day the urine had a better colour,
with a slight, white sediment ; quite rational and
no fever ; an intermission.
Ninth day. Relapse.
About the fourteenth day acute fever.
Sixteenth day. Vomited bilious, yellow matters
Seventeenth day. Rigor ; acute fever ; sweating ;
crisis ended the fever.
Urine after relapse and crisis of a good colour,
with a sediment ; no delirium during the relapse.
Eighteenth day. Slight heat ; rather thirsty ; urine
thin, with cloudy substance floating in it ; slight
Nineteenth day. No fever ; pain in the neck ;
sediment in urine.
Twentieth day. Complete crisis.
The maiden daughter of Euryanax was seized
with fever. Throughout the illness she suffered no
thirst and had no inclination for food. Slight alvine
discharges ; urine thin, scanty, and not of a good
colour. At the beginning of the fever suffered pain
in the seat. On the sixth day did not sweat, being