A contagious, usually fatal epidemic infection brought on by the bacterium Yersinia (syn. Pasteurella) pestis, sent from individual to individual or by the bite of fleas from an infected rodent, especially a rat, and characterized by chills, temperature, vomiting, diarrhea, therefore the development of buboes.
A contagious, often fatal, epidemic infection caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, transmitted because of the bite of fleas from an infected individual or rodent, especially a rat, and characterized by delirium, chills, temperature, vomiting, diarrhea, and formation of buboes.
the most common kind of the plague in humans; described as chills, prostration, delirium therefore the development of buboes within the armpits and crotch; cannot distribute from one individual to another
a severe and often fatal infection caused by infection with the bacterium Yersinia pestis (previously Pasteurella pestis), transmitted to man because of the bite of fleas, by themselves usually contaminated by biting contaminated rodents. It really is described as the formation of buboes, such as regarding the groin and armpits, and followed by weakness and high temperature. The illness was known as the black demise, and had been accountable for a few damaging plagues through the entire dark ages. Whenever lungs became contaminated, the condition ended up being called the pneumonic plague. It's still found sometimes in bad regions of undeveloped countries it is unusual in evolved nations.