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Jarisch Herxheimer Reaktion

@inproceedings{Herxheimer2015JarischHR,
  title={Jarisch Herxheimer Reaktion},
  author={Jarisch Herxheimer},
  year={2015}
}
Die Herxheimer-Reaktion (Jarisch-Herxheimer-Reaktion, Herx) ist eine Reaktion des Körpers auf Bakteriengifte (Endotoxine), die durch den Zerfall von Krankheits-Erregern entsteht und zur Freisetzung von Entzündungsbotenstoffen führt. Die Reaktion kann mehrere Tage andauern. Studio of the mechanism of the Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction in louse-borne relapsing fever evidence for the presence of circulating Borrelia endotoxin. 

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