Rabies

A severe virus infection of the nervous system disease which affects many warm blooded animals. It is often fatal.

rabies

Latin, meaning: madness, fury, frenzy.
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Rabies

an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals that is usually transmitted through the bite of a rabid animal. Though chances of your ferret contracting rabies are remote, make sure your pet receives annual booster shots.
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Rabies

Disease that affects an animal`s brain and causes the animal to wander and bit at other animals. It is spread by the bite of an infected animal.
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Rabies

A viral infection that affects the nervous system, causing either hyperactivity or extreme listlessness.
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rabies

[n] - an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals (usually transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal)
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Rabies

an infectious viral disease primarily affecting animals; can be transmitted to humans through an infected animal's bite; if untreated, can result in paralysis and death
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Rabies

A disease of warm-blooded animals particularly foxes, wolves, bats and dogs which causes fear of water.
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Rabies

Our Rabies Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Rabies Rabies: A potentially fatal viral infection that attacks the central nervous system. The rabies virus is carried primarily by wild animals, especially bats and raccoons. It finds its way to humans by direct contact with infected wild animals or by contact...
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Rabies

Ra'bi·es (rā'bĭ*ēz) noun [ Latin See Rage , noun ] Same as Hydrophobia (b) ; canine madness.
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rabies

Same as Hydrophobia; canine madness. ... Origin: L. See Rage. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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rabies

hydrophobia noun an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals (usually transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal); rabies is fatal if the virus reaches the brain
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rabies

(ra´bēz) (ra´be-ēz) an acute infectious disease of the central nervous system, which affects all warm-blooded animals, including humans. It is caused by an RNA virus of the genus Lyssavirus. The virus is often present in the host's saliva, and human infection is usually transmitted by the bite or li...
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Rabies

• (n.) Same as Hydrophobia (b); canine madness.
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rabies

acute, ordinarily fatal, viral disease of the central nervous system that is usually spread among domestic dogs and wild carnivorous animals by a ... [9 related articles]
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rabies

Type: Term Pronunciation: rā′bēz Definitions: 1. Highly fatal infectious disease that may affect all species of warm-blooded animals, including humans; transmitted by the bite of infected animals including dogs, cats, skunks, wolves, foxes, raccoons, and bats, and caused by a neurotropic species of Lyssavirus, a member of the family...
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Rabies

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Rabies

[disambiguation] Rabies or hydrophobia, is a disease characterized by the inflammation of the brain. Rabies may also refer to: ...
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rabies

Also known as hydrophobia, a fatal virus disease resulting from the bite of an infected animal, usually a dog. Headache, fever, and an overwhelming fear, especially of water, are early symptoms following an incubation period of 3–6 weeks; paralysis, spasm of muscles of swallowing, respiratory ...
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rabies

rabies (rā'bēz, ră'–) or hydrophobia (hī"drufō'bēu) , acute viral infection of the central nervous system in dogs, foxes, raccoons, skunks, bats, and other animals, and in humans. The virus is transmitted from an animal to a person, or from o...
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Rabies

Rabies (Lyssa) is an acute infectious viral disease of the nervous system transmitted by the saliva of infected animals, particularly dogs. The animals most liable to be afflicted with rabies are dogs; but cats, wolves, foxes, etc, are also subject to it.
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rabies

Viral disease of the central nervous system that can afflict all warm-blooded creatures. It is caused by a lyssavirus. It is almost invariably fatal once symptoms have developed. Its transmission to humans is generally by a bite from an infected animal. Rabies continues to kill hundreds of thousands of people every year; almost all these de...
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Rabies

An acute, infectious, often fatal viral disease of most warm-blooded animals, especially wolves, cats, and dogs, that attacks the central nervous system and is transmitted by the bite of infected animals.
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rabies

a widespread, viral infection spread through the bite of certain warm-blooded animals. It attacks the nervous system and, if left untreated, is 100 percent fatal in animals.
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RABIES

Inevitably fatal viral disease, primarily of bats and carnivores, characterized by neurologic dysfunction; caused by a rhabdovirus.
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