bubonic plague


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Related to bubonic plague: septicemic plague, pneumonic plague
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Among case-patients who had a known flea bite, 95 cases (90%) were primary bubonic plague and 10 (9%) were primary septicemic plague.
According to scientists working at Public Health England in Porton Down, the plague was a pneumonic plague instead of the bubonic plague with infection spreading from human to human, rather than by rat fleas.
Kyrgyzstan's emergency ministry said a young woman and two children from a different village who came into contact with Isakunov were hospitalised on Tuesday with the high fever and swelling around the neck and armpits characteristic of bubonic plague, local news outlets reported.
A medical check confirmed a 15-year-old boy, who died last Thursday, died of bubonic plague, Kyrgyzstan's Health Minister Dinara Saginbayeva said Monday.
A seven-year-old girl in Colorado is recovering from bubonic plague, the illness that spread across Europe in the 14th century, killing tens of millions of people.
Perhaps I sniffed a cure for bubonic plague in the air
But in 1952 the bubonic plague, never known before in North Korea, broke out across the country.
They talk about other diseases like bubonic plague or road accidents - spare me such comments and don't compare bubonic plague with flu.
It is caused by the same bacteria that occurs in bubonic plague - the Black Death that killed an estimated 25 million people in Europe during the Middle Ages.
Summary: Libyan authorities have reported an outbreak of bubonic plague in the Mediterranean coastal town of Tubruq, and the World Health Organization was sending a team to investigate, a WHO official said on
Bubonic plague, which is spread by bites from infected rat fleas, killed a third of Europe's population in the 14th century but can now be treated with antibiotics.
Plague Ports: The Global Urban Impact of Bubonic Plague 1894-1901.
Heaven help us if his love of wildlife extends to rats and we have another outbreak of bubonic plague.