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CASE IX

Crito, in Thasos, while walking about, was seized with a violent pain in the great toe. He took to bed the same day with shivering and nausea ; regained a little warmth ; at night was delirious.

Second day. Swelling of the whole foot, which was rather red about the ankle, and distended ; black blisters ; acute fever ; mad delirium. Alvine discharges unmixed, bilious and rather frequent. He died on the second day from the commencement.

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