Rabies virus is an infectious virus which causes rabies in human and animals. Rabies is transmitted mostly through the saliva of infected animals such as birds and bats. Transmission of the virus through the human saliva is rare. Signs and symptoms of rabies virus include fever, headache, partial paralysis, and vomiting.
Left Hemisphere of the cerebrum
The brain (cerebrum) is composed of the left and right cerebral hemispheres which are separated by a fissure and joined by a large bundle of nerve fibers known as corpus callosum. The left hemisphere of the cerebrum is the logical side of the brain and it is responsible for the control of the right side of the body while the left side of the body is controlled by the right cerebral hemisphere.