The Concept of Lymphatic “Bubo” and the Reason for the Name of the Bubonic Plague, the Symptoms of the Bubonic Plague, and Bubonic Plague Becoming Pneumonic Plague and the Reason This is Unbeneficial

Lympho swelling is called a bubo (pronounced "byou-bow") and is the root cause for the name of the bubonic plague. The bubonic plague would manifest in the lymph glands and cause swelling in the glands primarily the throat, groin, and underarms. Blood was also characteristic to emerge from every orifice. On occasion, bubonic plague would spread to the respiratory system becoming pneumonic plague which is 100% fatal and allows the disease to be spread via human contact not only by the fleas who c...

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