Thursday, September 29, 2011

Lyme disease

Lyme disease, a bacterial disease caused by bacteria called "spirochete." In the United States, Lyme disease spirochete bacterium real name is borelia. In Europe, another bacterium, Treponema afzelii, also lead to Lyme disease. Deer ticks found on the number of ports in the stomach bacteria. Lyme disease through bites, their skin so that the bacteria infected humans. Lyme disease is transmitted from one person to another. Lyme disease can damage the skin, joints, heart and nervous system. Interestingly, the disease began to appear in 1975, when the children who live close to each other Lyme, Conn., mother of the group, the researchers were aware that their child was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. This disease appeared "rheumatoid" eventually led a study to determine the children, who in 1982 was titled "Lyme disease" status of the bacteria causing an unusual group. Ticks can transmit Lyme bacteria in the stomach. Mites and other vector-borne bacteria from tick bites ljudi.Broj cases in the region depends on the number of ticks and the frequency of the current scale of a bacterial infection. In New York, the incidence of Lyme disease in some areas more than half of infected ticks. Lyme disease is most often reported in the northeastern United States, but in all 50 states, as well as in China, Europe, Japan, Australia and parts of the former Soviet Union reported. In the U.S., it is primarily a contract for the northeast from Maine to Maryland, Minnesota and Wisconsin in the Midwest and West, in Oregon and northern California.

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