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This article reviews the late and chronic manifestations of
Lyme disease. Special attention is given to the chronic manifestations of the
disease, detailing its pathogenesis, clinical spectrum, and laboratory criteria for the diagnosis. Based on experimental evidence and experience, approaches to the successful treatment of the late and chronic
disease are outlined. Much additional work is needed to improve the understanding of the underlying pathophysiology of the
disease, its diagnosis and treatment.