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A woman who was one of the house of Pantimides after a miscarriage was seized with fever on the first day. Tongue dry ; thirst ; nausea ; sleeplessness. Bowels disordered, with thin, copious and crude stools.

Second day. Rigor ; acute fever ; copious stools ; no sleep.

Third day. The pains greater.

Fourth day. Delirium.

Seventh day. Death.

The bowels were throughout loose, with copious, thin, crude stools. Urine scanty and thin.

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