Acute myelitis in early Borrelia burgdorferi infection

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Sirs: Meningo-radiculitis is a wellrecognized manifestation of a Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb) infection at the early stage of the disease (1–6 weeks after a tick bite). By contrast, myelitis is unusual at this stage [1]. We report a patient presenting with a clearly documented acute meningo-radiculitis with spinal cord involvement as a complication of Bb… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00415-002-0854-6

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@article{Lesca2002AcuteMI, title={Acute myelitis in early Borrelia burgdorferi infection}, author={G. Lesca and Romain Deschamps and Catherine Lubetzki and Richard J Levy and Marc Assous}, journal={Journal of Neurology}, year={2002}, volume={249}, pages={1472-1474} }