What areas of the body are affected by the bubonic plague?

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  • Lymph Nodes, The liver, and spleen may also become enlarged.
    Might suddenly have a high fever, you may feel fatigued, have muscle aches, appear confused, have difficultly with coordination, show signs of restlessness, and demonstrate mood swings. 
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    lymph nodes (another part of the lymph system). Within 3 to 7 days of exposure to plague bacteria, you will develop flu-like symptoms such as fever, headache, chills, weakness, and swollen, tender lymph glands (called buboes—hence the name bubonic).