The Virginia Medical Monthly, Vol. 6 : April, 1879 (Classic Reprint)
From such researches in chronic malarial cachexia, the blood, in regard to its general physical qualities, will be found inordinately thin; imperfectly disposed to coagulate; of a color, both in the arteries and veins, darker than usual, except in a few instances when it is pinkish and limpid, as in the last stage of prolonged epistaxis. The serum often still entangles some coloring matter, and when the clot is very dark, is apt to be of a deep yellow a color of which the skin of the patient partakes to some extent.
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