Face flushed. Nausea. Heat in stomach. Pulse accelerated and bounding; and tense; and full, strong; and full, afterwards, but full; and irregular, afterwards slower and smaller. Pulse full, afterwards slower and smaller.
Clinical. Intermittent fever, with dullness, drowsiness, dull headache, great exhaustion; during the intervals between the paroxysms very weak, with diarrhoea, general clammy sweat, etc. It seems to be adapted to chronic malaria; the paroxysms sometimes begin with heat, followed by oppression, with heat beginning in the back; the patient feels weak and miserable in the apyrexia, and especially has diarrhoea and jaundiced skin.