About two ounces of discoloured pus were evacuated, together with a considerable quantity of grumous blood.
After distillation the digitalin remains as a grumous crystalline mass, now only contaminated with the coloured oil.
Blood and mucus may be seen in them, being slimy or grumous and bloody.
The ventricles were filled with water, and the plexus choroides was considerably enlarged, and stuffed with grumous blood.
The Diarrhœa continued; his stools were involuntary; and he discharged in this way a quantity of black, grumous, and fœtid blood.
It had the appearance of brownish, grumous blood, and was attended with obscure abdominal pains.
If the dark patches be punctured, a quantity of venous and grumous blood exudes; but the wound soon heals.
grumous gru·mous (grōō'məs)
Thick and lumpy, as clotting blood.