Neuroborreliosis in India - A Diagnostic Challenge and a Great Mimicker: A Case Series

CONCLUSION: Lyme's disease, a common disease of the west does exist in the Indian subcontinent as well. Because of increasing global travel and migration and change in vector habitat the disease seems to have percolated in the non endemic areas too. Proper history of travel or exposure to tick bite is important. We want to emphasize, Neuroborreliosis, a great mimicker may have diverse and varied neurological presentations and has a potential for reversibility with appropriate treatment even after a significant delay in diagnosis.PMID:35598127
Source: Journal of the Association of Physicians of India - Category: General Medicine Authors: Source Type: research