What does a Lyme disease rash look like?

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Welcome to another Inside Lyme Podcast. I am your host Dr. Daniel Cameron. In this episode, I will be discussing findings from a study which examined 271 Lyme disease patients with erythema migrans rashes.

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Lyme disease and sudden onset hearing loss

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An article by Sowula and colleagues, published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, describes nine patients with Lyme disease who had sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), also referred to as sudden deafness.[1]

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Immune modulating drug affects Lyme disease test, delays diagnosis

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In this episode, I will be discussing the case of a young woman with multiple sclerosis (MS), who had a delay in diagnosis of Lyme disease due to the effects of an immunosuppressive medication she was receiving.

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What do Ebola, COVID-19, and Lyme disease have in common?

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Daniel Cameron reviews the commonalities between long COVID-19, Ebola and Lyme disease.

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Lyme disease as a reversible cause of chronic illness for some patients

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As the number of individuals with chronic illnesses continues to rise, clinicians and patients are looking for reversible causes to chronic symptoms that are often debilitating to patients. Reversible causes have included dementia, [1] coma, [2] complex arrhythmia, [3] and autoimmune encephalitis. [4]

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Visual changes due to Lyme disease

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Visual disturbances have been reported in Lyme disease patients. A recent study suggests that changes in visual function for some of these patients may be related to a loss in contrast sensitivity (CS).

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Choosing a doctor experienced to treat Lyme disease cannot be overemphasized

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Oh, for the good old days, when Lyme disease was easy to diagnose and treat. Well, those days are over. As the illness has become increasingly challenging for clinicians and other tick-borne diseases continue to emerge, the role of doctors experienced in treating Lyme disease cannot be overemphasized.  

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Two children ill with both Lyme disease and Mono

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In this Inside Lyme Podcast episode, Dr. Daniel Cameron discusses two cases involving children who were ill with both Lyme disease and Mononucleosis.

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Could monoclonal antibodies prevent Lyme disease better than a vaccine?

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Researchers say they have had “promising results” in developing a unique method to prevent Lyme disease in humans. It does not involve a vaccine, but rather a process which stimulates the immune system to ward off infections.

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Who is more likely to fail Lyme disease treatment?

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In a recent article entitled “Risk Factors and Outcomes of Treatment Delays in Lyme Disease: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Study,” Hirsch and colleagues described which Lyme disease patients were more likely to fail treatment.¹

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