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Clinical manifestation of Lyme borreliosis in childhood.

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Abstract

We report on 4 children with different clinical manifestations of
Lyme-Borreliosis. One patient presented with a stage 2 typical aseptic meningitis and 2 others with symptoms of Schönlein-Henoch purpura and rheumatic
disease respectively. A further case had bilateral palsy of abducens nerve and unilateral palsy of trochlearis nerve which are described for the first time in
Lyme-Borreliosis. Diagnosis was established by detection of specific antibodies to Borrelia in all patients. Differential diagnosis of these symptoms should include
Lyme-Borreliosis.

Klin Padiatr. 1989 Mar-Apr;201(2):133-5. Case Reports; English Abstract

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