Clinical case of rabies in Bulgaria.
Department od Infectious Diseases, Medical University of Varna, 9002, 55 M. Drinov str., Bulgaria.
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- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2001
54 Suppl 1
The history of a six-year-old girl, hospitalised in the Clinic of Infectious Diseases of the Medical University of Varna with diagnosed meningoencephalitis, obs. rabies, and epidemiological data of dog bite without adequate prophylaxis is presented. The clinical course was unusual: the symptoms of aero- and hydrophobia were not clearly demonstrated, choreic hyperkynesias, torsion seizures and high initial pleocytosis in cerebrospinal fluid were present. The pathological picture is described. Ethiological diagnosis was proven by immunofluorescence test of brain tissue.
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