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A 15-year-old girl is brought in with the rash in the photo. The outer ring has been expanding for 24 hours. The rash is warm to touch but nontender. She reports having concurrent headaches, a temperature of 99.4F, and a sense of fatigue. Which is the likely vector?
  • A. Human louse
  • B. Deer mice
  • C. White tailed deer
  • D. Ixodes tick
  • E. Fleas

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looks like a classic target lession od lymes... D
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A 15-year-old girl is brought in with the rash in the photo. The outer ring has been expanding for 24 hours. The rash is warm to touch but nontender. She reports having concurrent headaches, a temperature of 99.4F, and a sense of fatigue. Which is the likely vector?
A. Human louse
B. Deer mice
C. White tailed deer
D. Ixodes tick
E. Fleas
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D. Ixodes tick lyme disease erythem migrans
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A 15-year-old girl is brought in with the rash in the photo. The outer ring has been expanding for 24 hours. The rash is warm to touch but nontender. She reports having concurrent headaches, a temperature of 99.4F, and a sense of fatigue. Which is the likely vector?
A. Human louse
B. Deer mice
C. White tailed deer
D. Ixodes tick
E. Fleas
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