Lyme arthritis

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Synonyms for Lyme arthritis

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

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The symptoms of Lyme disease include skin rash, fever, headache and fatigue.
Release date- 19082019 - Patients with Lyme disease in England and Wales hospitals appear to be predominantly white, female and living in areas of low deprivation, according to a new study by the University of Liverpool and Public Health England.
The scientists dedicated four years to decoding the genetic makeup of the white-footed mouse Peromyscus leucopus, which harbors the Lyme disease-causing bacteria.
Lyme disease was found in every UK region, with Scotland having the highest number of cases, followed by the south-west and south of England.
Of these, 1,702, or 41.7 per cent, had "clinically diagnosed" Lyme disease, 1,913 - 46.9 per cent - had "treated suspected" Lyme disease, and 468, 11.5 per cent, had "treated possible" Lyme disease.
Q I had a tick bite treated and was warned about Lyme disease.
Some of these tiny black insects are carrying Lyme disease.
[USA], Dec 04 (ANI): Oils from garlic and several other common herbs and medicinal plants show strong activity against the bacterium that causes Lyme disease.
Public health officials in areas plagued by Lyme disease long assumed that because the black-legged "deer" tick is the main vector involved in its spread, lowering whitetail density would lower the risk of human infection.
The expanding clinical spectrum of ocular lyme borreliosis.
Lyme disease has spread rapidly in the past decade as both rural and urban US states report a growing number of cases each year.
Because symptoms of Lyme and Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever are often similar, a more comprehensive battery of tests is critical for proper diagnosis.
Moving forward, I'm optimistic in what I'm finding on the topic of treating Lyme with herbal supplements.