Southern tick-associated rash illness(redirected from Masters disease)
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Southern tick–associated rash illness,
An expanding red rash, similar in appearance to erythema migrans, the rash found in Lyme disease. It results from the bite of the tick Amblyomma americanum, found in the southeastern U.S. Ticks of this species may harbor the spirochete Borrelia lonestari, which produces the rash.
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