Early Disseminated Lyme Disease: Cranial Neuropathy, Meningitis, and Polyradiculopathy
Infectious disease clinics of North America
Cranial Nerve Diseases (diagnosis, etiology); Humans; Lyme Disease (diagnosis, drug therapy); Meningitis; Polyradiculopathy
Early disseminated Lyme disease can involve the peripheral or central nervous system, but with early diagnosis and treatment, prognosis for full recovery is excellent. The typical clinical presentations of neuroborreliosis are highlighted, and an approach to diagnosis and treatment is described.
Crissinger T, Baldwin K. Early Disseminated Lyme Disease: Cranial Neuropathy, Meningitis, and Polyradiculopathy. Infect Dis Clin North Am. 2022;36(3):541-551. doi:10.1016/j.idc.2022.02.006