I will be discussing findings from a study which examined 271 Lyme disease patients with erythema migrans (EM) rashes.
This article was written by Rebman and colleagues in the journal Infection.
The authors concluded “Given that EM remains a clinical diagnosis, it is essential that both physicians and the general public are aware of its varied manifestations.”"
1. Rebman AW, Yang T, Mihm EA, et al. The presenting characteristics of erythema migrans vary by age, sex, duration, and body location. Infection. Mar 7 2021 .
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