Lyme Disease Self Assessment
Updated Friday, 11-Jan-2008 14:09:23 EST
A 32-year-old woman from New Jersey is evaluated because of a 3-day history of a slowly expanding lesion on her left thigh that is not painful or itching.
A 19-year-old woman from Indianapolis comes to the emergency department of a New Jersey hospital with a tick on her right arm.
A 45-year-old man from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, developed a slowing expanding erythematous lesion on his back.
A 34-year-old white woman from Nantucket, Massachusetts, develops constitutional symptoms and mild swelling in her left inguinal area.
A 40-year-old woman comes to the office for evaluation of a rash on her left thigh.
A 28-year-old man comes to the office because of the rash shown, which occurred after a weekend of hiking.
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