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Volume 26(1), Spring 2016

FECAVA Symposium*

Clinical aspects of rabies:

how to recognise it in your practice

by Denis Novak

Click here to test your knowledge regarding diagnosing rabies

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Rabies: a case report

This video describes the clinical evolution in a rabid dog that

suffered from the paralytic form of rabies.

Rabies is one of the most important zoonotic diseases in the world. The disease affects domestic and wild animals, and is spread to people through close contact with infectious material, usually saliva, via bites or scratches.

Not always obvious

 

Clinical diagnosis is not always easy, especially in areas where rabies is uncommon.

 

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