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Borrelial Dermatomyositis-like Syndrome

  • U. Detmar
  • W. Maciejewski

Abstract

We have recently observed two patients with what we would like to call “borrelial dermatomyositis-like syndrome.” In this chapter, we present the two case reports and discuss our findings.

Keywords

Borrelia Burgdorferi Lyme Borreliosis Mixed Connective Tissue Disease Erythema Migrans Glutamate Oxalacetate Transaminase 
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  • U. Detmar
  • W. Maciejewski

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