Erasinus lived by the gully of Boétes. Was seized
with fever after supper ; a troubled night.
Quiet, but the night was painful.
General exacerbation ; delirium at
Pain and much delirium.
Very uncomfortable ; no sleep at
night ; dreams and wandering. Then worse
symptoms, of a striking and significant character ;
fear and discomfort.
Early in the morning was composed,
and in complete possession of his senses. But long
before mid-day was madly delirious ; could not
restrain himself ; extremities cold and rather livid ;
urine suppressed ; died about sunset.
In this patient the fever was throughout accompanied
by sweat ; the hypochondria were swollen,
distended and painful. Urine black, with round,
suspended particles which did not settle. There
were solid discharges from the bowels. Thirst
throughout not very great. Many convulsions with
sweating about the time of death.