Lyme disease: updated NICE guidance
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Lyme disease: updated NICE guidance

Erin Dean Health journalist

Essential information

Erythema migrans is a skin rash associated specifically with Lyme disease and is present in approximately two thirds of all cases. Often described as looking like a ‘bullseye’, it is a spreading red rash that usually appears one to four weeks following a bite by an infected tick.

Nursing Standard. 34, 10, 55-55. doi: 10.7748/ns.34.10.55.s20

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