WHY "LONG-HAUL" TICK INFECTED PATIENTS CAN CONSISTENTLY TEST NEGATIVE DESPITE HAVING ALL THE SYMPTOMS AND ILLNESS...
'Bat tick' found in New Jersey for first time, researchers say
A case report by Hansen et al. describes a patient who was misdiagnosed with shingles, when he, in fact, had Lyme disease.
Additionally, the authors point out that atypical clinical presentations of Lyme disease can occur, including gastrointestinal manifestations because of autonomous dysfunction, as was seen in this case.
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