The Hot Zone
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Seven days after his visit to Kitum Cave, Monet develops a headache, shortly followed by a severe backache, fever, and nausea. His face becomes mask-like, and his eyeballs turn bright red, while his personality becomes increasingly sullen and angry. As the virus amplifies in his body, Monet expels "vomito negro" or black vomit, caused by liquefying flesh mixed with virus. His body becomes filled with blood clots, which cut off the blood flow to his brain and cause extensive brain damage, or depersonalization. In the last phase of the virus, Monet collapses and hemorrhages blood from every orifice.