(a) Almost black; foamy; scanty, with oedema (after scarlatina).
(b) Dark, with a brown, gravelly substance, passing with a sharp, cutting pain.
(c) Like coffee-grounds.
(d) With lithic acid, or red sand.
(e) Scanty, dark-brown, turbid.
(g) Highly colored and with strong ammoniacal odor.
(h) Dark or black, with coffee-grounds sediment, leaving black spots on vessel (after diphtheria or scarlatina).
3 Albuminuria (after scarlatina).
5 Catarrh of bladder.
7 Child cries before urinating.
9 Discharge of offensive mucus during micturition, with painful pressing and burning.
11 Dribbling after urinating. 13 Frequent urging, with foaming, black urine.
15 Frequent micturition, with copious, foaming urine.
17 feeling as if a ball were rolling in bladder or abdomen when turning.
19 Ineffectual urging to urinate, burning when it passes.
21 Pressure in bladder, with urging to urinate, but inability to do so.
23 Sticking, cutting pains, or soreness in anterior portion of urethra.
25 Stitches from kidneys through ureters.
27 Subacute inflammation of bladder, with very offensive, dark- brown urine and frequent urging.