Problems in the use of serologic tests for the diagnosis of Lyme disease.

Abstract

Lyme disease can be reliably diagnosed in the presence of erythema migrans. When erythema migrans is absent, serologic tests are often used to confirm the diagnosis. To choose a test for our Lyme disease diagnostic center, serum samples were obtained from 34 patients and tested for antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferi. We evaluated five enzyme-linked… (More)

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@article{Corpuz1991ProblemsIT, title={Problems in the use of serologic tests for the diagnosis of Lyme disease.}, author={Michael Corpuz and Edith L Hilton and Michael P. Lardis and Christian Singer and J Zolan}, journal={Archives of internal medicine}, year={1991}, volume={151 9}, pages={1837-40} }