O. H. Brown
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
lair amount. The patient became incontinent of urine und feces day and night. Two days prior to death a librillary twitching of tongue begun, later involving in order hands, face, Upper extremities und finally the whole body. 'Ibis increased in severity until these iitbctoid movements became so marked ns to amount to almost clonie spasms. The abdominal ))nin returned, but not so the pain in lower extremities, Death came from physical exhaustion on Aug. 9, 1911. The mind remained absolutely
more » ... uded. There were no convulsions, the patient sinking into n quiet sleep with nil spasms of muscles allayed, and death came one hour later. The temperature gradually rose to 10(1 F.. pulse ISO, and respiration 40. There were no paralyses or contractures.
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260040296015 fatcat:cvnimqltfrd6hcub7dooegcwku