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Rabies, or hydrophobia, is a disease characterized by inflammation of the brain.
Rabies may also refer to:
- Rabies virus, the type species of the Lyssavirus viral genus
- Rabies (1958 film), by Ingmar Bergman
- Rabies (2010 film), an Israeli film by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado
- Rabies (novel), a 1983 novel by Borislav Pekić
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