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1 See note, p. 188.
2 So Littré, following Galen. Perhaps, however, it means " heart," i. e. there was violent palpitation.
3 Said by Galen, followed by Littré (who reads ἥς1υχος2 for ς1ιγῶν), to refer to the character of the young man when well, which interpretation to modern minds is rather inconsistent with the first sentence. They would paraphrase, " the delirium was really serious, but appeared slight because the patient was naturally self-controlled and calm." I take the meaning to be that though delirious he remained quiet and comparatively silent.
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