Lyme

The Three Stages of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can go through several stages. It may cause different symptoms, depending on how long the patient have been infected and where in his /her body the infection has spread. A practitioner’s guide Stage 1 of Lyme Disease Patient appears with adherent tick or immediately after a tick’s removal at your practice. This is what the patient needs to know:

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Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) & Lyme Disease

What are Mast Cells? Mast cells are immune cells that originate in the bone marrow and release up to 200 signalling chemicals, or mast cell mediators, into the body as part of an immune system stabilizing defense response against foreign invaders (parasites, fungi, bacteria, or viruses), allergens and environmental toxins and contribute to tissue homeostasis and repair, according to Matthew

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The Mystery of Lyme Disease – a Overview on the History of Borreliosis

Even though there had been descriptions of similar diseases from several dermatologists in the early 20thcentury in Europe (1909: Erythema migrans from Afzelius (S); 1924: Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans-ACA from M. Jessner and A. Löwenstamm (D/PL); 1943: Lymphadenosis benigna cutis-Lymphozytom from Bo-Erik Bäfverstädt (S)), from a historical perspective, the myth about Lyme-Borreliosis started in 1977. At this time Allen C. Steere

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