Second-line intra-articular glucocorticoid injection appears to be an effective and safe second-line strategy for persistent Lyme arthritis in children.
Researchers found the distance between urban parks best explained whether I scapularis ticks were present and that flow centrality of parks had the largest positive effect on the density and infection prevalence.
Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose accurately. We explore 3 conditions clinicians might mistake for the tick-borne illness.
Myths about lyme disease may present a barrier to prompt diagnosis and treatment. As a clinician, you may encounter these 6 misconceptions.
Rising temperatures are expected to increase the number of cases of Lyme disease in the United States by more than 20% by mid-century.
Ticks capable of transmitting Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses have been identified in dozens of places across the US where the pests had never previously been recorded.
Accurate and rapid diagnostics methods are needed to inform initial clinical decision making for patients with hip monoarthritis.
Research might explain why lingering symptoms after therapy for treating Lyme disease occur.
During the treatment for chronic Lyme disease, serious bacterial infections have been documented.
Polyphenols (baicalein, luteolin, and rosmarinic acid) and fatty acids (monolaurin and 10-HAD), and micronutrients (iodine and vitamins D3 and C) in combination with doxycycline were effective anti-borreliae substrates