Multiple organ lesions in Lyme disease
Keywords:Lyme disease, multiple organ lesions, locomotor system, cardiovascular system, skin, diagnosis, treatment
AbstractThe article presents the results of clinical studies of 112 patients diagnosed with Lime disease at its different stages. The analysis of polyorganic lesions in patients with this disease has shown a significant percentage of individuals with various lesions of the nervous, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular systems and the skin.
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