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Hydrophobia

... RABIES ( hydrophobia ) SYMPTOMS"Symptoms begin appearing within 1-4 ... the bite occurred. (r´bz, r´-) or hydrophobia (h´´drf´b), acute viral ... spasm s, hallucinations , extreme thirst , hydrophobia , ... ...

Rabies

... skin . Rabies Related Category: Pathology (r´bz, r´-) or hydrophobia (h´´drf´b), acute viral infection of the central ... spread to humans by the bite of infected animal. rad ... RABIES ( hydrophobia ) SYMPTOMS"Symptoms begin appearing within 1-4 months after the bite, but ...
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