by Blanche D. Grube, DMD, and Leslie J. Douglas, PhD
Lyme disease may have begun in a small New England village, but it is now a national, indeed global, phenomenon. In fact, Lyme has become the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the United States. Thankfully, awareness of this problem is growing rapidly, both in the United States and abroad. This article intends to further advance this awareness. It will do so principally by discussing the detection of Lyme disease and its causative agents. At the end of our discussion, we also will consider some aids to successfully diagnose Lyme disease.
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