Furious rabies | definition of furious rabies by Medical dictionary
the form or stage of rabies in which the animal is markedly hyperactive, characterized by periods of agitation, thrashing, running, snapping, or biting.
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The patient develops hyperactivity, called furious rabies
, or paralysis, called dumb rabies.
Typical furious rabies
occurs as an encephalitis, often with characteristic features such as hydrophobia and salivation, following a brief, nonspecific, febrile prodrome.
But you can breathe a sigh of relief and count your blessings - at least you don't have furious rabies
An animal with furious rabies
is "hostile, may bite at objects, and have an increase in saliva.