She was in the first stages of phrenitis, or inflammation of the brain.
In no malady does a horse suffer more than in phrenitis, or inflammation of the brain.
In pathology, a dread of air (wind); a common symptom in hydrophobia, and occasionally present in hysteria and phrenitis.
And since the membranes about the wound began to be inflamed, he fell a victim to phrenitis and died not long afterwards.
Would any rational practitioner, in a case of phrenitis, or in the delirium of fever, order his patient to be scourged?
A horse laboring under an attack of phrenitis is as violent as a horse can be.
In the month of August the fevers with a stupor and phrenitis came on apace.
Many of these who had accustomed themselves to the liberal use of spirituous liquors miscarried in the phrenitis.
phrenitis phre·ni·tis (frĭ-nī'tĭs)
Inflammation of the diaphragm.
Encephalitis. No longer in technical use.