Lyme meningoencephalitis

Lyme meningoencephalitis

Neurology Some workers believe the neuropsychological changes may be less severe than previously reported Psychiatry Anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks, hallucinations, déjà vu, obsessions, anorexia. See Neuroborreliosis.
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The diagnosis on admission was possible Lyme meningoencephalitis with peripheral nerve involvement; treatment was initiated with intravenous ceftriaxone and dexamethasone.