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Lyme borreliosis A69.2 Dermatology
Dermatoborreliosis; Erythema migrans disease; Lyme borreliosis; Lyme...
Lyme borreliosis Definition Lyme disease" includes all clinical manifestations of human beings caused by infections...
Borreliosis A69.2 Dermatology
Borreliosis Definition Disease patterns caused by Borrelia bacteria. S.u. Borrelia, Lyme disease. Classificatio...
Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans L90.4 Dermatology
...ermatitis chronica atrophicans; Chronic cutaneous borreliosis; Dermatitis atrophicans chronica progressiva; Der...
...n in America). Manifestation In about 10% of (untreated) Lyme borrelia infections, atrophic chronic borreliosis develops, presenting as acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans.Occurrence is possible at any age, espe...
Erythema migrans A69.2 Dermatology
Buzzard; Erythema chronicum migrans; Lyme borreliosis; Post-treatment Lyme disease symptoms
...History Afzelius, 1910 Definition The first and most frequent localized early manifestation of Lyme borreliosis is the skin around the tick 's bite site with circular (disc-shaped) or oval, slowly centrifugally...
Lyme disease and pregnancy A62.9 Dermatology
Lyme borreliosis and pregnancy
Borrelia Dermatology
...others the species:Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato:Borrelia sensu stricto: causative agent of Lyme borreliosis (detected in about 60% of patients)Borrelia garinii: causative agent of Lyme borreliosis and polyme...
Lyme arthritis M01.20 Dermatology
Lyme arthritis Definition Infectallergic mono-, oligo- or polyarthritis in Lyme borreliosis or manifestation of Lyme borreliosis with intermittent course and predominantly affecting the knee...
Borrelia antigens Internal medicine
...mainly in infections with B. burgdorferi s. s. Like B. garinii, B. burgdorferi is a trigger of neuroborreliosis. Skin manifestations such as acrodermatitis atrophicans, on the other hand, are mainly attributed t...
Dermatitis-arthritis syndromes jeweilige Dermatose Dermatology
...'s sarcoma; activation of other rheumatic diseases such as Reiter's syndrome, SLE, vasculitis) Lyme borreliosis (leading symptoms: erythema chronicum migrans, lymphadenosis cutis benigna, acrodermatitis chronica...
Hyperhidrosis (overview) R61.9; G90.8 Dermatology
...cytomaAdrenogenital syndrome.Hyperhidrosis as paraneoplasiaOther:Infectious diseases (tuberculosis, borreliosis)Autoimmune diseasesHypertension.Rare syndromes with hyperhidrosis: Acropathia ulcero-mutilans non-f...
Tick bite X29.9 Dermatology
...hing at the puncture site, brown-red to black round tick body. Complication(s) Tick granuloma, Lyme borreliosis, lymphadenosis cutis benigna, erythema chronicum migrans, acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, tick...
Aa table of contents A1 Dermatology
...) warts (Condylomata acuminata)A63.0 Bowenoids PapuloseA 65 - A 69 Other spirochetoses A 69.2 Lyme (borreliosis) disease (erythema chronicum migrans,acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, lymphadenosis cutis benig...
Acute pericarditis I30.9 Internal medicine
...rvovirus B9, HIV and othersBacteria: Meningo-, Pneumo-, Gonococci, Treponema pallidum, Haemophilus, Borreliosis, Tuberculosis, Chlamydia and othersFungi: Histoplasma, Candida and othersParasites: Echinococcus, E...
Borrelia lymphocytoma L98.8 Dermatology
...dy. Acta Derm Venereol 23: 1-202B├╝chner SA et al (1988) Infiltrative lymphadenosis benigna cutis as borreliosis of the skin. dermatologist 39: 77-81Burckhardt JL (1911) On the question of the formation of follic...
Buchwald, alfred Dermatology
...e and the histological pictures, this was the first description of the chronically progressive skin borreliosis, the acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, as Karl Herxheimer called it in 1902. Literature Buchwald...
Chronic lyme disease Dermatology
Chronic lyme disease Go to Lyme borreliosis
Cogan syndrome H16.3; H90.3;H93.1; H81.3 Internal medicine
...The diagnosis is based on clinical findings and the exclusion of other causes (e.g. syphilis, Lyme borreliosis, Epstein-Barr virus infection) by means of appropriate serological tests. External therapy Keratiti...
Cold urticaria L50.21 Allergology
...te reactionsJellyfish poison reactions Infectious DiseasesDiseases caused by spirochetes (syphilis, borreliosis)MeaslesVaricellaHepatitisinfectious mononucleosisHIV infection Diseases with abnormal serum protein...
Ehrlichiosen A28.8 oder A79.8 Dermatology
...body detection.PCR with detection of DNA. Differential diagnosis Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Lyme borreliosis; infectious mononucleosis. Complication(s) Acute renal and pulmonary failure.Encephalopathy.Mortali...
Erythema migrans disease Dermatology
Erythema migrans disease Go to Lyme borreliosis
Erythromellia L90.4 Dermatology
...titis chronica atrophicans. Therapy Corresponding to acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, s.a. Lyme borreliosis.
Fasciitis eosinophil M35.4 Dermatology
...ssociation with thrombocytopenia, aplastic or haemolytic anaemia. Occurrence in the context of Lyme borreliosis is possible. Manifestation Mostly occurring in middle adulthood (2nd-6th decade of life). In childh...
Livedo racemosa M30.8 Vascular medicine
...not be stopped. Literature Baumann M et al (2000) Livedo racemosa: an unusual late manifestation of borreliosis? dermatologist 51: 593-596Champion RH (1965) Livedo reticularis. A review. Brit J Dermatol 77: 167-...
Livedo racemosa (overview) M30.8 Dermatology
...not be stopped. Literature Baumann M et al (2000) Livedo racemosa: an unusual late manifestation of borreliosis? dermatologist 51: 593-596Champion RH (1965) Livedo reticularis. A review. Brit J Dermatol 77: 167-...
Lyme disease Dermatology
Lyme disease Go to Lyme borreliosis