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Bubonic plague is on your list of differential diagnoses as you evaluate him.
Bubonic plague -- the disease behind the Black Death epidemic that ravaged Europe in the 14th century -- is transmitted by fleas living on small rodents.
The doctors who treated her admitted that the unusual symptoms were initially puzzling, but when they diagnosed bubonic plague they immediately started the treatment as time can make all the difference.
It is reported as bubonic plague," Jabbour said, adding WHO still didn't have "a full picture" of the situation.
In actuality, there were 39 deaths from bubonic plague in the Bay City (35 Chinese, 4 Euro-Americans) [qu p.
Mandavia learned a crucial piece of information: There's a critical difference between the bubonic plague and the highly contagious disease it can convert to, called the pneumonic plague.
It is held every 10 years as the result of a pledge to God by the residents if they were spared from the bubonic plague.
Mr Rosen looks at the collapse of imperial authority in these areas, at the role and importance of Justinian (527-565), at the nature of bubonic plague and, finally, at the pandemic which spread to what is now Persia, France, Britain and Italy.
Perhaps that's taking things too far, but as Rosen argues in his fascinating new book, the Roman Empire was fatally weakened by history's first pandemic - the appearance of bubonic plague.
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- A squirrel trapped at an Angeles National Forest picnic area has tested positive for bubonic plague, prompting county health officials to take precautions against the deadly disease.
Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items that had both military and civilian applications, including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague.