Lyme Disease Science Conversations: 37-year-old anxious suicidal patient with a history of Lyme disease – benefits of a Lyme Disease Second Opinion
Live conversations with a leading expert, Dr. Daniel Cameron, about the latest discoveries and advancements in Lyme disease and associated illnesses.
We will discuss the benefits of a Lyme Disease Second Opinion on May 22, 2018 at 8PM EST. I will begin the discussion with the case of a 37-year-old anxious, suicidal patient with a history of Lyme disease. This case study offers insight into the complexity of evaluating and treating a patient with neuropsychiatric symptoms and a history of Lyme disease. Although the evaluation and treatment may have been well thought out, additional treatment options could have been discussed with the patient. Alternatively, the 37-year-old man might have benefited from a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and antibiotics.
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