Were you looking for information about Bubonic Plague? Boubonic plague is a common misspelling of bubonic plague.
Bubonic plague is one form of plague. Plague is an illness that occurs in humans, rodents, and ectoparasites (fleas and lice). It is typically spread through the bites of an infected flea or rodent. Treatment for bubonic plague usually involves antibiotics and supportive care. If left untreated, plague bacteria can multiply in the bloodstream, causing septicemic plague or pneumonic plague.
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