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A Case of Lyme Disease Accompanied by Uveitis and White Dot Syndrome.


[Acute Borrelia infection. Unilateral papillitis as isolated clinical manifestation].


[Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE)--a therapeutic dilemma].


An eye on inflammatory eye disease.


[Bilateral anterior uveiopapillitis, suspicious of Lyme disease--case report].


Borrelia-associated crystalline keratopathy with intracorneal detection of Borrelia garinii by electron microscopy and polymerase chain reaction.


[Borreliosis--increasing clinical problem].


Case report: papillitis as the sole ocular sign in Lyme disease.


Cogan's syndrome and seroreactivity to Lyme borreliosis.


Cotton wool spots as possible indicators of retinal vascular pathology in ocular lyme borreliosis.


Detection of Borrelia burgdorferi DNA in urine of patients with ocular Lyme borreliosis.


Diagnosis and clinical characteristics of ocular Lyme borreliosis.


[Diagnosis and therapy of Lyme borreliosis in children. Practice guideline of the German Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases].


Emergent infectious uveitis.


Gestational Lyme borreliosis. Implications for the fetus.


[Infectious uveitis in infancy: borreliosis, tuberculosis, lues].


Intermediate uveitis.


Intermediate uveitis in children and young adults: differences in clinical course, associations and visual outcome.


Lyme amaurosis in a child.


Lyme-associated orbital inflammation presenting as painless subacute unilateral ptosis.


[Lyme disease--a relatively new entity].


Lyme disease during pregnancy.


Lyme disease. Employee education and treatment.


Lyme disease presenting with persistent headache.


Lyme disease: resolution of a serous retinal detachment and chorioretinal folds after antibiotic therapy.


[Lyme uveitis: 2 case reports].


Molecular diagnosis of a bilateral panuveitis due to Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato by cerebral spinal fluid analysis.


[Neuroborreliosis in a patient with progressive supranuclear paralysis. An association or the cause?].


Neuro-ocular Lyme borreliosis.


Neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of Lyme disease.




Neuroretinitis as a manifestation of Lyme disease in South India: a case report.


Novel infectious agents causing uveitis.


Ocular disease in Caribbean patients with serologic evidence of Lyme borreliosis.


Ocular flutter as the first manifestation of Lyme disease.


Ocular inflammation as a manifestation of Lyme borreliosis.


Ocular Lyme disease: case report and review of the literature.


Ocular Lyme borreliosis.


[Ocular Lyme disease occurring during childhood: five case reports].


Ocular manifestations in children and adolescents with Lyme arthritis.


[Ocular manifestations of Lyme disease].


Ocular manifestations of systemic infections.


Ocular manifestations of tick-borne diseases.


[Ophthalmic manifestations in Lyme borreliosis].


Ophthalmologic complications of systemic disease.


Optic neuropathy in children with Lyme disease.


Orbital myositis with Lyme disease.


Panuveitis caused by Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato infection.


[Pars plana vitrectomy in Borrelia burgdorferi endophthalmitis].


Phthriasis palpebrarum can resemble tick larva infestation in an eyelid.


Reactive Lyme serology in optic neuritis.


Role of bacterial debris in inflammatory diseases of the joint and eye.


[Sense and nonsense of examinations in hematogenous and exogenous intra-ocular infections].


The etiology of uveitis: the role of infections with special reference to Lyme borreliosis.


The expanding clinical spectrum of ocular lyme borreliosis.


The eye and tick-borne disease in the United States.


The histopathology of experimentally infected hamsters with the Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi.


The ocular manifestations of Lyme disease.


[The rate of detection and diagnostic significance of antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferri in patients with eyes diseases of inflammatory nature].


Unilateral blindness caused by infection with the Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi


[Unusual case of bilateral optic neuritis in Lyme neuroborreliosis].


Uveitis in adults: What do rheumatologists need to know?


Uveitis: the collaborative diagnostic evaluation.


[What kind of clinical, epidemiological, and biological data is essential for the diagnosis of Lyme borreliosis? Dermatological and ophtalmological courses of Lyme borreliosis].



Other vector-borne diseases are presented as well as some are considered coinfections of Lyme disease.




Bartonellosis causing bilateral Leber neuroretinitis: a case report.





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