In those cases where there are furfuraceous particles discharged
along with thick urine, there is scabies of the bladder.
In those cases where there is a spontaneous discharge of bloody
urine, it indicates rupture of a small vein in the kidneys.
In those cases where there is a sandy sediment in the urine, there
is calculus in the bladder (or kidneys).
If a patient pass blood and clots in his urine, and have strangury,
and if a pain seize the hypogastric region and perineum, the parts
about the bladder are affected.
If a patient pass blood, pus, and scales, in the urine, and if
it have a heavy smell, ulceration of the bladder is indicated.
When tubercles form in the urethra, if these suppurate and burst,
there is relief.
When much urine is passed during the night, it indicates that
the alvine evacuations are scanty.
A spasm from taking hellebore is of a fatal nature.
Spasm supervening on a wound is fatal.
A convulsion, or hiccup, supervening on a copious discharge of
blood is bad.
A convulsion, or hiccup, supervening upon hypercatharsis is bad.
If a drunken person suddenly lose his speech, he will die convulsed,
unless fever come on, or he recover his speech at the time when the
consequences of a debauch pass off.
Such persons as are seized with tetanus die within four days, or
if they pass these they recover.
Those cases of epilepsy which come on before puberty may undergo
a change; but those which come on after twenty-five years of age,
for the most part terminate in death.
In pleuritic affections, when the disease is not purged off in
fourteen days, it usually terminates in empyema.
Phthisis most commonly occurs between the ages of eighteen and
Persons who escape an attack of quinsy, and when the