Other Bad Symptoms

Sources: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms

These symptoms may present themselves with the rash standing out; but

most frequently they occur when there is little or no eruption, or when

it fades, becomes livid, or disappears altogether. A sudden

disappearance of the rash, before the sixth day, commonly increases the

typhoid symptoms, and must be considered a bad omen. Also the invasion

of the larynx, which is happily of rare occurrence, is commonly fatal.