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    Those of us practicing in the UK have the luxury of not having to worry about the threat of rabies in animal bites. However, this can all too easily change as the case of bat rabies in Scotland demonstrates. We also need to consider rabies in bites that occur overseas. The review by McKay and Wallis provides an up to date review of the subject and excellent material for your Continuing Professional Development folder.
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