Lyme Disease and the Nervous System
In the last 10 years, ĞLyme diseaseğ has become widespread & common both in the U.S. & worldwide. Yet many physicians are still uninformed about the disease's neurologic manifestations. This is THE first book on ĞLyme diseaseğ designed especially for the neurologist: Useful for clinicians & as a teaching guide, it presents a concise & clear overview, focusing on diagnosis & treatment of the disease. This book gives you up-to-the-minute information on the present state of knowledge of this often-complicated nervous system infection.
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Neurologic Abnormalities in Early Lyme Disease
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