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Incidental detection of Borrelia recurrentis

Incidental detection of Borrelia recurrentis

Incidental detection of Borrelia recurrentis (->) in a patient initially suspected to suffer from malaria. Borrelia recurrentis is transmitted by lice and ticks and is the causative agent of relapsing fever. Like malaria, relapsing fever often is a travel-related disease that, after an incubation time of up to 2 weeks, leads to fever attacks.

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