Difference between revisions of "Bubonic plague"

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*[https://www.cdc.gov/plague/ Centers for Disease Control]
 
*[https://www.cdc.gov/plague/ Centers for Disease Control]
 
*[https://academic.oup.com/jme/article/44/3/530/856131/Human-Plague-in-the-Southwestern-United-States "Human Plague in the Southwestern United States, 1957–2004: Spatial Models of Elevated Risk of Human Exposure to Yersinia pestis"]
 
*[https://academic.oup.com/jme/article/44/3/530/856131/Human-Plague-in-the-Southwestern-United-States "Human Plague in the Southwestern United States, 1957–2004: Spatial Models of Elevated Risk of Human Exposure to Yersinia pestis"]
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Latest revision as of 02:13, 26 July 2017

Bubonic plague is rare but present. Medical help should be promptly sought in the case of a rapidly developing high fever with no apparent cause. The disease is usually transmitted by fleas which have abandoned infected rodents such as pack rats.