The woman who lodged at the house of Tisamenas had a troublesome
attack of iliac passion, much vomiting; could not keep her drink;
pains about the hypochondria, and pains also in the lower part of
the belly; constant tormina; not thirsty; became hot; extremities
cold throughout, with nausea and insomnolency; urine scanty and thin;
dejections undigested, thin, scanty. Nothing could do her any good.
The Genuine Works of Hippocrates. Hippocrates. Charles Darwin Adams. New York. Dover. 1868.
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