Meton was seized with fever; there was a painful weight in
the loins. Next day, after drinking water pretty copiously, had proper
evacuations from the bowels. On the third, heaviness of the head,
stools thin, bilious, and reddish. On the fourth, all the symptoms
exacerbated; had twice a scanty trickling of blood from the right
nostril; passed an uncomfortable night; alvine discharges like those
on the third day; urine darkish, had a darkish cloud floating in it,
of a scattered form, which did not subside. On the fifth, a copious
hemorrhage of pure blood from the left he sweated, and had a crisis.
After the fever restless, and had some delirium; urine thin, and darkish;
had an affusion of warm water on the head; slept and recovered his
senses. In this case there was no relapse, but there were frequent
hemorrhages after the crisis.