furious rabies

fu·ri·ous ra·bies

the form or stage of rabies in which the animal is markedly hyperactive, characterized by periods of agitation, thrashing, running, snapping, or biting.

furious rabies

see rabies.
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As the infection progresses into furious rabies symptoms may appear such as insomnia, agitation, anxiety, aggressiveness, muscle spasms, restlessness, confusion, hallucinations, abnormal thoughts, excess salivation, difficulty in swallowing, and fear of water.
Furious rabies is the classic "mad dog" form, while dumb rabies paralyses the victim's jaw.
Two-thirds of human patients infected with dog RABV variants show clinical signs of classic furious rabies, the remaining third develop paralytic rabies.
There are two types: furious rabies, which accounts for four out of five cases, involves the victim exhibiting aggressive behavior such as thrashing out or biting, excessive production of saliva and hallucinations; and dumb or paralytic rabies, which involves the victim losing sensation, hydrophobia (fear of water) and muscles spasm.
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.
An animal with furious rabies is "hostile, may bite at objects, and have an increase in saliva.
Deaths from symptomatically identifiable furious rabies in India: A nationally representative mortality survey.
A total of 779 children had no clinical features of furious rabies at the time of admission; 487 of these children had malaria parasitemia, including 341 with a BCS [less than or equal] 2/5 who met the case definition of cerebral malaria.