In those persons in whom the skin is stretched, and parched and
hard, the disease terminates without sweats; but in those in whom
the skin is loose and rare, it terminates with sweats.
Persons disposed to jaundice are not very subject to flatulence.
In cases of chronic lientery, acid eructations supervening when
there were none previously, is a good symptom.
Persons whose noses are naturally watery, and their seed watery,
have rather a deranged state of health; but those in the opposite
state, a more favorable.
In protracted cases of dysentery, loathing of food is a bad symptom,
and still worse, if along with fever.
Ulcers, attended with a falling off of the hair, are mali moris.
It deserves to be considered whether the pains in the sides, and
in the breasts, and in the other parts, differ much from one another.
Diseases about the kidneys and bladder are cured with difficulty
in old men.
Pains occurring about the stomach, the more superficial they are,
the more slight are they; and the less superficial, the more severe.
In dropsical persons, ulcers forming on the body are not easily
Broad exanthemata are not very itchy.
In a person having a painful spot in the head, with intense cephalalgia,
pus or water running from the nose, or by the mouth, or at the ears,
removes the disease.
Hemorrhoids appearing in melancholic and nephritic affections
When a person has been cured of chronic hemorrhoids, unless one
be left, there is danger of dropsy or phthisis supervening.
Sneezing coming on, in the case of a person afflicted with hiccup,
removes the hiccup.