Gheorghe Savuta

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a neglected parasitosis of the central nervous system. To the Editor: The Ixodes ricinus tick is a predominant vector of a large variety of pathogens of veterinary and medical consequence in Europe (1). The most prevalent I. ricinus–borne infection of persons in Europe is Lyme borreliosis, a multisystemic disorder caused by spirochetes of the Borrelia(More)
Identifying Borrelia burgdorferi as the causative agent of Lyme disease in 1981 was a watershed moment in understanding the major impact that tick-borne zoonoses can have on public health worldwide, particularly in Europe and the USA. The medical importance of tick-borne diseases has long since been acknowledged, yet little is known regarding the occurrence(More)
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