Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi infection) is increasingly recognized as a significant worldwide illness. This study provides insights into important immune mechanisms involved in Borrelia burgdorferi clearance in human Lyme disease.
Maintenance therapy in well-controlled vasculitis: Is it ever ok to stop?
Incidence of Lyme Disease Diagnosis in a Maryland Medicaid Population
Cognitive Decline in Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome
Obstacles to Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease in the USA
To our knowledge, this is the first study to explore factors which may contribute to a delay in diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. We identified distinct, potentially modifiable risk factors between onset of first Lyme disease symptoms and treatment. Targeting these drivers may reduce time to diagnosis and treatment and reduce the occurrence of late-stage Lyme disease complications.