speechless and voiceless ; grew worse ; recovered
warmth after a time ; black urine with a substance
floating in it ; night peaceful ; slept.
Fifth day. Seemed to be relieved, but there was
heaviness in the bowels with pain ; thirst ; painful
Sixth day. Early morning peaceful ; towards evening
the pains were greater ; exacerbation ; but later
a little clyster caused a good movement of the
bowels. Slept at night.
Seventh day. Nausea ; rather uneasy ; urine oily ;
at night ;
wandering ; no sleep at all.
|Probably bowel trouble. See p. 250.|
Eighth day. Early in the morning snatches of
sleep ; but quickly there was chill ; loss of speech ;
respiration thin and weak ; in the evening he
recovered warmth again ; was delirious ; towards
morning slightly better ; stools uncompounded,
Ninth day. Comatose ; nausea whenever he woke
up. Not over-thirsty. About sunset was uncomfortable ;
wandered ; a bad night.
Tenth day. In the early morning was speechless ;
great chill ; acute fever ; much sweat ; death.
In this case the pains on even days.
The patient suffering from phrenitis on the first
day that he took to bed vomited copiously thin
vomits of the colour of verdigris ; much fever with
shivering ; continuous sweating all over ; painful
heaviness of head and neck ; urine thin, with small,
scattered substances floating in it, which did not
settle. Copious excreta at a single evacuation ;
delirium ; no sleep.