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Bubonic - Glossary of Medical Terms

bubonic bubonic

(bubo; Latin tumor, from the Greek bubon - groin, swelling in the groin..) - As a result of increased inflammation superficial lymph node.

Allocate bubo:

  • tularemia (tularaemicus): characterized by the formation of periadenita and slow process of healing bubo, often flowing with suppuration, occurrence of ulcers and fistulas;observed with tularemia;
  • tularemia secondary (tularaemicus secundarius): bubo tularemia that occurs as a result of hematogenous drift of the pathogen, located remotely from the penetration of infection site;
  • tularemia primary (tularaemicus primarius): bubo tularemia that occurs as a result of invading the lymph nodes, which are by regional in relation to the site of infection;
  • Plague secondary (malignus secundarius, pestilentialis secundarius): bubonic plague occurs when as a result of hematogenous drift of the lymph nodes of the pathogen, as opposed to the primary bubo plague is characterized by the absence of direct contact with the penetration site of the
    pathogen, moderate and middle-sized periadenitom sizes;
  • Plague primary (malignus primarius, pestilentialis primarius): bubo large, emerging when bubonic or skin-bubonic form of the plague as a result of infection of the pathogen in the lymph nodes, which are by regional in relation to the entrance gate of infection, characterized by severe necrosis with extensive periadenite andsevere pain;
  • Plague primary second order: bubonic plague occurs when as a result of lymphatic introduction of the agent from the primary bubo in the course of lymph flow in the next group of lymph nodes;characterized by the primary plague bubo less severe necrosis and delayed development.
  • tularemia secondary (tularaemicus secundarius): bubo tularemia that occurs as a result of hematogenous drift of the pathogen, located remotely from the penetration of infection site;
  • tularemia primary (tularaemicus primarius): bubo tularemia that occurs as a result of invading the lymph nodes, which are by regional in relation to the site of infection;
  • Plague secondary (malignus secundarius, pestilentialis secundarius): bubonic plague occurs when as a result of hematogenous drift of the lymph nodes of the pathogen, as opposed to the primary bubo plague is characterized by the absence of direct contact with the penetration site of the pathogen, moderate and middle-sized periadenitom sizes;
  • Plague primary (malignus primarius, pestilentialis primarius): bubo large, emerging when bubonic or skin-bubonic form of the plague as a result of infection of the pathogen in the lymph nodes, which are by regional in relation to the entrance gate of infection, characterized by severe necrosis with extensive periadenite andsevere pain;
  • Plague primary second order: bubonic plague occurs when as a result of lymphatic introduction of the agent from the primary bubo in the course of lymph flow in the next group of lymph nodes;characterized by the primary plague bubo less severe necrosis and delayed development.

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