XVII. In Thasos the Parian who lay sick beyond
the temple of Artemis was seized with acute fever,
which at the beginning was continuous and ardent.
Thirst. At the beginning coma followed by sleeplessness.
Bowels disordered at the beginning ; urine
Oily urine ; delirium.
General exacerbation ; no sleep ;
urine similar and mind disordered ; stools bilious and
Slight epistaxis ; vomited scanty
matters of the colour of verdigris ; snatches of sleep.
Sweated all over ; grew chilly, but
quickly recovered heat.
Acute fever ; stools bilious, thin,
copious ; substance floating in urine ; delirium.
In pain ; no sleep, while the fever
Sweated all over ; no fever ; stools
bilious ; aversion to food ; coma.
No fever ; no constipation ; recovered
No fever ; bowels constipated for a
short time ; aversion to food ; became slightly
feverish again, throughout irregularly, the fever being
sometimes absent, sometimes present ; for if the
fever intermitted and was alleviated there was a
relapse soon afterwards. He took little bits of
food, and that of an unsuitable sort. Sleep bad ;
delirium at the relapses. Urine at these times had
consistency, but was troubled and bad. Bowels constipated,
but afterwards relaxed. Continuous slight
fevers. Stools thin and copious.
Hundred and twentieth day.
In this case the bowels continuously from the
first day loose with bilious, loose, copious stools, or
constipated with hot,1
undigested stools. Urine
throughout bad ; mostly comatose ; painful sleeplessness
continued aversion to food.