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Tularemia, or rabbit fever, infectious disease due to bacteria (Pasteurella tularensis), causing fever, ulceration, lymph node enlargement, and sometimes pneumonia. It is carried by wild animals, particularly rabbits, and insects. Antibiotics are fully effective in treatment.

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