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nbme21/Block 1/Question#20 (25.7 difficulty score)
A 10-year-old girl develops fever, malaise, ...
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submitted by haliburton(191),
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submitted by est88(15),
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submitted by uslme123(40),
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rvye idputs tqnuoesi. The iruvs asw lneaihd -- abst hnga despui wehn they leeps nda .dorol oS it dsarsep to het ianrb licytrde rmof hte tylaofcro tsesym aiv tredegaror tsrntropa orthghu ne.evsr

niboonsh  yea, aeresol transmission via bat poop in caves +  
len49  How do you know the virus was inhaled? Doesn't mention it. Moreover, non-bite/scratch transmission is extremely rare. +  
makinallkindzofgainz  You get rabies by being bitten, not by inhaling it +  
drzed  She was probably bitten by a bat; many times the bite is not recognized ('unapparent bites'), and thus the CDC recommends that even if you think you have been bitten by a bat (or that you COULD have been bitten), you should go and get active/passive immunization immediately. +  
mangotango  Sketchy (and Zanki) says you can get rabies via animal bites OR aerosol transmission. In the U.S. it's most commonly through bats. It could also be through skunks (Western U.S.) or foxes/raccoons (Eastern U.S.). I remember this by thinking about how skunks smell so bad! +