The medicines had relieved the vital organ of the chief incidence of the influenza poison and driven it down to the lower limbs. There it gave an additional proof of its presence by producing an extravasation of blood near the right knee. Haemorrhage and extravasations of blood have been a very frequent manifestation of the influenza poisoning. With the pains there was the intense restlessness so characteristic of Rhus, and Rhus gave great relief. For the complete restoration of the heart to its normal state, many weeks of treatment were required. Carbo vegetabilis, Spigelia, and occasionally Camphor were the chief medicines given.
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