Lyme borreliosis


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Related to Lyme borreliosis: Borrelia burgdorferi, Lyme neuroborreliosis

Lyme borreliosis

[‚līm bə‚rel·ē′ō·səs]
(medicine)
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Borrelia burgdorferi infection in a natural population of Peromyscus leucopus mice: a longitudinal study in an area where Lyme Borreliosis is highly endemic.
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.
The clinical features and course of Lyme borreliosis in various systems are well described in the literature, but there has been little attention paid to its ocular involvement.
burgdorferi sensu lato genospecies, it is likely that Lyme borreliosis is not being considered--and therefore not diagnosed--in some patients with this infection," said Dr.
(21) (3) Among patients with confirmed tickborne coinfections, the highest regional coinfection rates reached 39%; and the most commonly diagnosed human tickborne coinfections in the Eastern US were Lyme borreliosis and babesiosis, which accounted for 80% of coinfections.
[24.] Hauser U., Lehnert G., Wilske B.: Validity of interpretation criteria for standardized western blots (immunoblots) for serodiagnosis of Lyme borreliosis based on sera collected throughout Europe.
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.
Lichen sclerosus et atrophicans, scleroderma en coup de sabre and Lyme borreliosis. Dermatol Reports.
Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, was first described in 1977 as a distinctive entity in a cluster of children from Lyme, Connecticut, U.S.
Borrelia burgdorferi is the bacterium which causes the most common of the tickborne diseases, Lyme borreliosis or Lyme disease.
Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type.