[Isolated intracranial hypertension due to Lyme's disease].


Lyme's borreliosis is characterized by the variety of its revealing symptoms, which may explain an often delayed diagnosis. We report on a case of a child affected by Lyme's disease, confirmed by serology, who presented a particular form consisting in an isolated intracranial hypertension. This rare form must be known and diagnosed early in order to avoid… (More)


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@article{Abadie2003IsolatedIH, title={[Isolated intracranial hypertension due to Lyme's disease].}, author={Isabelle Abadie and Evans Marc and Joseph Bursztyn and Maxime Assous and Dominique Gendrel}, journal={Archives de pediatrie : organe officiel de la Societe francaise de pediatrie}, year={2003}, volume={10 9}, pages={791-3} }