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Question Lyme Disease Complications!

Which of the following manifestations or complications is NOT typically seen in early disseminated Lyme disease?
A. Peripheral neuropathies
B. Myopericarditis
C. Cardiac conduction defects
D. Noncardiogenic pulmonary edema
E. Multiple erythema chronicum migrans lesions beyond the site of inoculation
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In the early stage Skin, nervous system, Heart and Joints are involved.


So is it DDDDD????????????
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Well, this IS confusing because Kaplan says that in the early stage all we see is the erythema migrans and that in later stages we see the CNS, cardiac and arthritis involvement.

I guess I go with D also but IDK.
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Correct Answer Correct Answer is D.

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Well, this IS confusing because Kaplan says that in the early stage all we see is the erythema migrans and that in later stages we see the CNS, cardiac and arthritis involvement.

I guess I go with D also but IDK.
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