In chlorotic and anæmic cases the ferruginous preparations are of advantage.
This is like the neuralgic pain of nervous gastralgia, which is not infrequent in chlorotic and hysterical females.
Very many of these patients are anmic; and chlorotic anmia seems specially to favor the occurrence of the affection.
It is met with more commonly in chlorotic young women than in any other class.
The dowager gazed affectionately at the chlorotic window by Burne-Jones.
A chlorotic girl, her cheeks unskilfully painted, brushes up to him with a careless38 "Geh Rudl, gib ma a Spreitzn."
She was reared in the utmost poverty, was chlorotic, and did not menstruate till she was eighteen years old.
chlorosis chlo·ro·sis (klə-rō'sĭs)
A form of chronic anemia, primarily of young women, characterized by a greenish-yellow discoloration of the skin and usually associated with deficiency in iron and protein. Also called chloremia.