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Erythema chronicum migrans and Lyme’s disease.

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Abstract

A 66 year old woman with a history suggesting a tick bite on the right arm developed a slowly expanding erythematosus lesion. Similar lesions appeared on the trunk and extremities in the following months. A skin biopsy showing spiral shaped agents and the clinical findings were compatible with erythema chronicum migrans. A course of penicillin resulted in complete resolution of the lesions. After a 2 year follow up period she remains free of rheumatic, neurologic or cardiac lesions of
Lyme‘s
disease.

Rev Med Chil. 1989 Nov;117(11):1271-4. Case Reports; English Abstract

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