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This page was reviewed on October 10, 2011
Download these images for use in lectures and presentations. Educate staff and patients about rabies and the importance of vaccination.
Hospitalized human rabies victim who was restrained while bedridden
Hospitalized human rabies victim in restraints
This horde of bats could contain possible carriers of the rabies virus
Raccoons can also be vectors of the rabies virus, transmitting the virus to humans and other animals
Foxes too, may be possible vectors of the rabies virus, transmitting it to humans and other animals
Here are two dogs afflicted with dumb rabies, manifested as depression, and an attempt at self-imposed isolation
Approximately a third of reported animal rabies is attributed to the wild skunk population
Histopathologic features of rabies, brain. Characteristic Negri bodies are present within a Purkinje cell of the cerebellum; patient died of rabies
Rabid dog with dripping saliva
Rabid fox in wooded area
   
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