Chaerion, who lay sick in the house of Demaenetus,1
was seized with fever after drinking. At once there
was painful heaviness of the head ; no sleep ; bowels
disturbed with thin, rather bilious stools.
Acute fever, trembling of the head,
particularly of the lower lip ; after a while rigor,
convulsions, complete delirium ; an uncomfortable
Quiet ; snatches of sleep ; wandering.
Pain ; general exacerbation ; irrational
talk ; uncomfortable night ; no sleep.
The same symptoms.
Rigor ; acute fever ; sweating all
over ; crisis.
This patient's stools were throughout bilious,
scanty and uncompounded. Urine thin, not of a
good colour, with a cloudy substance floating in it.
About the eighth day the urine had a better colour,
with a slight, white sediment ; quite rational and
no fever ; an intermission.
About the fourteenth day acute fever.
Vomited bilious, yellow matters
Rigor ; acute fever ; sweating ;
crisis ended the fever.
Urine after relapse and crisis of a good colour,
with a sediment ; no delirium during the relapse.
Slight heat ; rather thirsty ; urine
thin, with cloudy substance floating in it ; slight
No fever ; pain in the neck ;
sediment in urine.