The apparently non-febrile intermittent diseases are always chronic and usually purely psoric.
The intermittent disease states that appear to be without fever typically affect isolated individuals, that is, they are not usually sporadic or epidemic. These apparently non-febrile diseases are always chronic and most of them are purely psoric. Only seldom are they complicated with syphilis. Consequently, they can be successfully treated with antipsorics. Sometimes, however, the intercurrent use of a very small dose of potentized cinchona solution is necessary in order to entirely extinguish their intermittent fever-like typus.