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Why does "MR Center for MS Research" show mri pictures of other diseases that could cause lesions, including one labelled lyme, on their very comprehensive website.

Multiple Sclerosis

by Frederik Barkhof and Robin Smithuis

From the MR Center for MS Research, Radiology Department of the 'Vrije Universiteit' Medical Center, Amsterdam and the Rijnland Hospital, Leiderdorp, the Netherlands

Need to scroll down to "Differential diagnosis of WMLs (white matter lesions)

http://www.radiologyassistant.nl/en/4556dea65db62

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Monoclonal Gammopathy. On and off antibiotics since sept. March 9 started iv antibiotics

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If there is no such thing as late stage or chronic lyme disease, why do ID docs treat lyme in the first place? If it can't go chronic, then no reason to treat.....right? It will obviously just go away, at least in the eyes of the IDSA. I mean where does LD go if not treated early?
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"I mean where does LD go if not treated early?"

Those are exactly my thoughts but I have never seen it written or heard it spoken about.

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1 year antibiotics on and off
2002 EBV, 2009 Positive Igenex Borellia and Babesia, Brain mri severe white matter disease
Monoclonal Gammopathy. On and off antibiotics since sept. March 9 started iv antibiotics

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