The Bubo Neck, Black Death and Neck Conditions
It is an infectious illness. The germs like to live in the lyph nodes. The signs are visible and look like bilister. The germs cause blister under the armpit area of the body, in the groin and on the neck. Buboes played role in the pandemics happened in past, like the bilister of Black Death and the others. Although bubo neck is not afrequently coincided endemic illness, since it is infectious the patient who has it must be treated seriously. According to statistics, 2 people were hospitalized in New York city in November 2002 with bubonic plague. Many are familiar with bubonic plague as the Black Death. This epidemic killed millions of Europeans in the Middle Ages. Because of that after the 2 cases met the NY Health commissioner had to reassure the people living in NY that the disease would not be spread from people to people. New bubo neck cases happen very rare in Europe and in USA in recent years, negligible to mention about it. However, since the record in Africa and in the 3rd countries are not kept very clear, it is hard to give a number for these countries. However, since no epidemic happens in anywhere, what I can say is that bubo neck is not an important issue in those countries too.
Neck conditions may affect all the internal parts of the neck and also the neck muscle, the neck skin and spinal cord of the neck. The common illnesses regarding the can be listed as; osteophagus, osteoarthritis, spinal cord conditions, spine conditions, throat conditions, larycn conditions, broken neck, neck muscle strain, cervicogenic headache, HIV like severe sore throat, cervical hypertrichosis neuropathy, hypertrichosis, anterior cervical, sandifer syndrome, tvocal cord paralysis, neck cancer, etc.
What are the symptoms of neck conditions ? Neck pain, neck swelling, pain on movement, neck lump, head ache, altered skin sensation are the main symptoms of the neck conditions.