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Scirj Volume IX, Issue II, February 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Rabies: 100% Preventable but Remains a Daily Threat to Millions around the World, a Comprehensive Review

Furqan Munir, Rida Asrar, Momina Ahsan, Areej Asif, Abdul Hakeem Shah

Abstract: Rabies is a serious viral disease of mammals that causes acute inflammation of the brain in animals. It is a zoonotic, fatal, and progressive neurological infection. The virus responsible for this belongs to the family Rhabdoviridae, genus Lyssavirus. It affects warm-blooded animals and the disease is prevalent throughout the world and endemic in many countries except Antarctica and Australia. The virus enters the body through a rabid animal bite. Currently, there is no specific treatment for rabies if clinical signs appear. We can control rabies through regular vaccination of ourselves and our pets.

Reference this Paper: Rabies: 100% Preventable but Remains a Daily Threat to Millions around the World, a Comprehensive Review by Furqan Munir, Rida Asrar, Momina Ahsan, Areej Asif, Abdul Hakeem Shah published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IX, Issue II, February 2021 Edition, Page 17-22 ".

Search Terms: Rabies, pathogenesis, transmission, prophylaxis, vaccination

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