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Written 400 B.C.E
Translated by Francis Adams
The strangury comes on in this way:-The bladder being heated from the rectum,
phlegm is attracted by the heat, and by the phlegm (inflammation?) the
strangury is occasioned. If, then, as is frequently the case, it cease
with the disease, well; but, not withstanding, if not, give any of the
medicines for strangury.