Smears and cultures made from the bubo and spleen were positive for Bacillus pestis.
When the chancroid is healed and the bubo becomes a scar the disease is cured.
A specific fever attended with bubo of the inguinal and other glands, and occasionally with carbuncles.
In such cases the fight, which is the illness, takes place chiefly in the bubo.
Phidias made them, and bubo and Bombax dressed them in purple.
No plague bacilli were found either in the bubo of the first or second order.
bubo, bū′bo, n. an inflammatory swelling of the glands in the groin or armpit.
After the bubo has been opened the wound may take on the characters of a soft sore.
At that time a bubo was found in the left axilla, and there was well-marked lymphangitis of the right arm.
bubona (bubo′na), goddess of herdsmen, one of the rural divinities.
late 14c., plural buboes, from Late Latin bubo (genitive bubonis) "swelling of lymph glands" (in the groin), from Greek boubon "the groin, swelling in the groin."
bubo bu·bo (bōō'bō, byōō'-)
n. pl. bu·boes
Inflammatory swelling of one or more lymph nodes, especially in the groin.