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Cranial nerve involvement with Lyme borreliosis demonstrated by magnetic resonance imaging.

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Abstract

We report a patient with cranial nerve and meningeal symptoms secondary to
Lyme borreliosis. MRI using gadolinium contrast material demonstrated this inflammatory process. The patient did not have the parenchymal lesions described in previous reports of patients with CNS
Lyme borreliosis.

Neurology. 1992 Mar;42(3 Pt 1):671-3. Case Reports

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