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Rosa Anglica (Author: [unknown])

section 7


If from choler732 the pustules are red in hue, turning to yellow; they are small and round with sharp heads, and prick as though it were a needle, because of the sharpness of the matter. Should there be signs of digestion733 in the urine, on the day of the crisis, accompanied by a lessening of the pain, fever and the violent thirst; and the pustules define themselves (open?), and liquid come therefrom, that is a good sign, and if the contrary be the case it is bad.