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PHLEGMASIA DOLENS.

with numbness in the whole left inferior extremity; but nothing unusual could be perceived in the appearance of the limb, except a slight tumefaction in the situation of the inguinal glands, where pressure occasioned great uneasiness. She had occasional rigors. The tongue was furred, and there was much thirst. Bowels open. Pulse only eighty. The flow of milk and lochia natural.

March 16th, (the sixth day after parturition,) the pain of the left thigh and leg continued with increased severity, particularly from the groin to the knee, along the inner surface of the limb where a swelling of a glistening white appearance was observed. The pulse was still eighty, and the general functions were but little deranged.

19th. The pain had diminished, but the swelling had greatly increased, and extended to the leg and foot, which were both very tense, and did not pit on pressure. There was no discoloration of the skin. The pain of the limb was relieved by placing it in a state of moderate flexion.

21st. The pain in the groin had abated, and the swelling appeared to decrease.

24th. The pain of the limb was aggravated, particularly on moving it. The pulse more accelerated.—Skin hot and moist—she was extremely irritable and desponding.


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