The long-term clinical outcomes of Lyme disease. A population-based retrospective cohort study.

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OBJECTIVE To ascertain the prevalence of and risk factors for long-term sequelae from acute Lyme disease. DESIGN Population-based, retrospective cohort study. SETTING A coastal region endemic for Lyme disease. PARTICIPANTS Patients with a history of Lyme disease who were previously treated with antibiotics were compared with randomly selected controls… (More)

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@article{Shadick1994TheLC, title={The long-term clinical outcomes of Lyme disease. A population-based retrospective cohort study.}, author={Nancy A. Shadick and Charlotte B Phillips and Eric L. Logigian and Allen C. Steere and Richard F. Kaplan and Valentino Paolo Berardi and Paul H Duray and Martin G. Larson and Elizabeth A. Wright and Kenneth S. Ginsburg and J. N. Katz and Matthew H. Liang}, journal={Annals of internal medicine}, year={1994}, volume={121 8}, pages={560-7} }