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Lyssavirus is a rabies-like virus of which bats are natural reservoirs. When transmitted to humans, lyssavirus can cause a number of potentially life-threatening conditions.
Diagnosis of lyssavirus infections require laboratory tests to screen for the presence of the invading virus in the blood, skin, spinal fluid, nervous tissue, and other tissues.
Lyssavirus may typically cause the following symptoms: muscle weakness, loss of consciousness, lethargy, general weakness throughout the body, and in severe cases, coma.
Lyssavirus is an organism that shares similarities with the rabies virus. Bats are the most common carriers of this virus. Infections are usually spread to humans through bites and scratches from infected bats, or through contact with contaminated blood or urine. The most widespread and aggressive form of lyssavirus to date is the Australian Bat Lyssavirus.
Patient UK information on Lyssavirus.
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