Lyme disease

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Synonyms for Lyme disease

an acute inflammatory disease characterized by a rash with joint swelling and fever

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Foresters were also excluded because they have a tenfold risk of contacting ticks and three- to fourfold risk of borreliosis as compared with the general population.
Her research interests are Lyme borreliosis and other tickborne diseases.
As the staff further looked into the effects of heat therapy on Borreliosis, they decided to open their doors to patients with Lyme disease as well.
Aims: To determine the seroprevalence of Lyme borreliosis in part of north-eastern Turkey (in the city of Trabzon), and to identify possible relationships between seropositivity and various factors such as location, gender, age group, occupation, income, and educational level.
In this case report, we present a case of Lyme borreliosis and aim to point out a possible association between Lyme disease and white dot syndromes.
bioMerieux's Vidas 3 has a clearcut serological profile that facilitates classification of Lyme borreliosis (early or late/chronic, active or immune) and helps ensure patients receive rapid, optimized treatment depending on their stage of infection.
A new species of Borrelia has been linked to a variant of Lyme disease with symptoms that differ somewhat from typical Lyme borreliosis.
for Lyme borreliosis between 2003 and 2014, six clinical specimens--all from 2012 or later --yielded an atypical oppA1 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) result, according to a study published in Lancet Infectious Diseases (2016.
for Lyme borreliosis between 2003 and 2014, six clinical specimens--all from 2012 or later --yielded an atypical oppAl PCR result, according to a study published in Lancet Infectious Diseases.
case of concurrent Lyme borreliosis and anaplasmosis.
He said: "Ticks and Lyme borreliosis are more prevalent in other areas of the northern hemisphere including much of Europe and in North America, and a number of confirmed cases each year are in people who had travelled abroad, so be extra vigilant while on holiday and cover up the skin when out in the countryside.
In the literature there are few reports showing the association between Parry-Romberg syndrome and borreliosis (2, 8-11).
Once the connection was made between vector, agent, and the human disease, Lyme borreliosis has been diagnosed throughout the world, but its significance is greatest in North America and Europe [5-10].