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Lyme Disease Brain Fog Post-treatment: Physiological Basis

News   Feb 20, 2019 | Original story from John Hopkins Medicine

 
Widespread Brain Inflammation Revealed in Post-treatment Lyme Disease

A radiotracer (that binds to a marker of inflammation) shows elevation of the chemical marker in the brain scans of 12 participants with post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, compared to 19 healthy control participants. Credit: Coughlin et al, Journal of Neuroinflammation, 2018

 
 
 

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