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rage

 [rāj]
a state of violent anger.
sham rage an outburst of motor activity resembling the outward manifestations of fear and anger, occurring in decorticated animals and in certain pathologic conditions in humans.

rage

(rāj),
Violent anger; a total discharge of the sympathetic portion of the autonomic nervous system.
[Fr., fr. L. rabies, violent anger, fr. rabo, to rave]

rage

(rāj) a state of violent anger.
sham rage  a state resembling rage occurring in decorticated animals or in certain pathologic conditions in humans.

rage

(rāj)
n.
a. Violent, explosive anger.
b. A fit of anger.

RAGE

Abbreviation for:
Radiotherapy Action Group Exposure 
Rating scale for Aggressive Behaviour in the Elderly 
receptor for advanced glycosylation end products

rage

A state of violent anger. See Black rage, 'Roid rage.

rage

1. a state of violent anger.
2. [Fr.] rabies.

sham rage
an outburst of motor activity resembling the outward manifestations of fear and anger, occurring in decorticated animals and in certain pathological conditions in humans.
rage syndrome
possibly a type of psychomotor seizure, of uncertain etiology; reported in Springer spaniels. Because of the unpredictable and dangerous nature of the episodes or rage, euthanasia is usually advised.

Patient discussion about rage

Q. Is there a connection between bipolar disorder and road rage? I know someone who may have a bipolar disorder, but he also has road rage. Is there a possible connection between bipolar disorder and road rage?

A. You're the best. I would gladly call her.

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References in classic literature ?
Once, of course, as the boys came to know each other, there was a fight, which raged from bow to stern till Penn came up and separated them, but promised not to tell Disko, who thought fighting on watch rather worse than sleeping.
With these counsels, and many others equally valuable, did Papa Wick fortify Bobby ere that last awful night at Portsmouth when the Officers' Quarters held more inmates than were provided for by the Regulations, and the liberty-men of the ships fell foul of the drafts for India, and the battle raged from the Dockyard Gates even to the slums of Longport, while the drabs of Fratton came down and scratched the faces of the Queen's Officers.
Then he wheeled and squealed, and tore through the narrow streets, leaning against the huts right and left, shivering the crazy doors, and crumpling up the caves; while his three sons raged behind as they had raged at the Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore.
I raged up and down the room(we were alone upstairs), and Therese scuttled away from me as far as the door.
It was towards the close of the fifth or sixth month of his seclusion, and while the pestilence raged most furiously abroad, that the Prince Prospero entertained his thousand friends at a masked ball of the most unusual magnificence.
I think he had gone a bit off his head at the suddenness of it, for he raged and cursed at them like a lunatic.
Paul; and round it raged the most vital controversies about the ancient British Church.