The strangury comes on in this way:-The bladder being heated from
the rectum, phlegm is attracted by the heat, and by the phlegm (inflammation?）
the strangury is occasioned. If, then, as is frequently the case,
it cease with the disease, well; but, not withstanding, if not, give
any of the medicines for strangury.
The Genuine Works of Hippocrates. Hippocrates. Charles Darwin Adams. New York. Dover. 1868.
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