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In Larisa a maiden was seized with an acute fever of the ardent type. Sleeplessness ; thirst ; tongue sooty and parched ; urine of good colour, but thin.

Second day. In pain ; no sleep.

Third day. Copious stools, watery and of a yellowish green ; similar stools on the following days, passed without distress.

Fourth day. Scanty, thin urine, with a substance

[p. 279] suspended in it which did not settle ; delirium at night.

Sixth day. Violent and abundant epistaxis ; after a shivering fit followed a hot, copious sweating all over ; no fever ; a crisis. In the fever and after the crisis menstruation for the first time, for she was a young maiden. Throughout she suffered nausea and shivering ; redness of the face ; pain in the eyes ; heaviness in the head. In this case there was no relapse, but a definite crisis. The pains on the even days.

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