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A 25 year old spelunker develops symptoms of fearing water; he cannot go out in the light. His water use is restricted and he fights with his family over minor issues. What is the cause of his disease?

a. Rabies
b. Histoplasmosis
c. Marburg fever
d Corona Virus
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Will take A. Rabies!
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A for sure because he is a spelunker which meant he was in cave exploration and somehow got bat attacked and later developed rabies signs. Is USA people gets rabies usually from bats,raccoons. Elsewhere dogs!
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A is Correct
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Yes agree with Dr. Ann. Spelunker who got attacked by rat to get Rabies.
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