Noun(1) a lymph node that is inflamed and swollen because of plague or gonorrhea or tuberculosis(2) a genus of Strigidae
(1) Bubonic plague is characterized by painful, swollen lymph nodes called buboes that are often hot to the touch.(2) The bubonic plague typically presents two to eight days after exposure, with sudden onset of fever, chills, weakness, and acutely swollen lymph nodes called buboes (usually in the groin, axilla, or cervical regions).(3) During the years of 1616-1619 an epidemic, perhaps either bubonic or pneumonic plague, ravaged the coast of New England from Cape Cod to Maine.(4) The main form, bubonic , often starts out with fever, chills, and enlarged lymph nodes.(5) These buboes were very painful to the sufferer.(6) The bubonic form of the plague is naturally occurring and is endemic in the southwestern part of the U.S.(7) Three clinical forms of human plague exist: bubonic , pneumonic, and septicemic.(8) Plague most commonly presents as the bubonic form but also can appear as septicemic or pneumonic forms.(9) ‘The most obvious symptom is the swelling of the lymphatic glands nearest the point of the infected bite or skin lesion into large, hard and painful tumours called buboes ,’ said the WHO on its website.(10) The symptoms of plague were swollen lymph nodes in the armpits and groin known as buboes , hence Bubonic Plague, and death followed within hours or a few days at the most.
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