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CASE IV

The patient suffering from phrenitis on the first day that he took to bed vomited copiously thin vomits of the colour of verdigris ; much fever with shivering ; continuous sweating all over ; painful heaviness of head and neck ; urine thin, with small, scattered substances floating in it, which did not settle. Copious excreta at a single evacuation ; delirium ; no sleep.

[p. 267] Second day. In the early morning speechless ; acute fever ; sweating ; no intermission ; throbbing all over the body ; convulsions at night.

Third day. General exacerbation.

Fourth day. Death.

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