The Clazomenian who was lodged by the Well of Phrynichides
was seized with fever. He had pain in the head, neck, and loins from
the beginning, and immediately afterwards deafness; no sleep, acute
fever, hypochondria elevated with a swelling, but not much distention;
tongue dry. On the fourth, towards night, he became delirious. On
the fifth, in an uneasy state. On the sixth, all the symptoms exacerbated.
About the eleventh a slight remission; from the commencement to the
fourteenth day the alvine discharges thin, copious, and of the color
of water, but were well supported; the bowels then became constipated.
Urine throughout thin, and well colored, and had many substances scattered
through it, but no sediment. About the sixteenth, urine somewhat thicker,
which had a slight sediment; somewhat better, and more collected.
On the seventeenth, urine again thin; swellings about both his ears,
with pain; no sleep, some incoherence; legs painfully affected. On
the twenti-[p. 120]
eth, free of fever, had a crisis, no sweat, perfectly collected.
About the twenty-seventh, violent pain of the right hip; it speedily
went off. The swellings about the ears subsided, and did not suppurate,
but were painful. About the thirty-first, a diarrhea attended with
a copious discharge of watery matter, and symptoms of dysentery; passed
thick urine; swellings about the ears gone. About the fortieth day,
had pain in the right eye, sight dull. It went away.