prevalence and diversity of tick-borne pathogens in nymphal ixodes scapularis (acari: ixodidae) in eastern national parks.tick-borne pathogens transmitted by ixodes scapularis say (acari: ixodidae), also known as the deer tick or blacklegged tick, are increasing in incidence and geographic distribution in the united states. we examined the risk of tick-borne disease exposure in 9 national parks across six northeastern and mid-atlantic states and the district of columbia in 2014 and 2015. to assess the recreational risk to park visitors, we sampled for ticks along frequently used trails and calculated the density of ...201628028138
surveillance for lyme disease--united states, 1992-2006.lyme disease is a multisystem disease that occurs in north america, europe, and asia. in the united states, the etiologic agent is borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto, a spirochete transmitted to humans by infected ixodes scapularis and i. pacificus ticks. the majority of patients with lyme disease develop a characteristic rash, erythema migrans (em), accompanied by symptoms of fever, malaise, fatigue, headache, myalgia, or arthralgia. other manifestations of infection can include arthritis, card ...200818830214
risk perceptions regarding ticks and lyme disease: a national survey.lyme disease (ld) is caused by the tickborne bacterium borrelia burgdorferi and, in 2000, accounted for >90% of all reported cases of vectorborne illness in the united states. aside from anecdotal and indirect evidence, little empirical evidence exists regarding what the u.s. public knows, says, or does about preventing ld.200414751325
surveillance for lyme disease--united states, 1992-1998.lyme disease is caused by infection with the spirochete borrelia burgdorferi and is the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the united states. borrelia burgdorferi is transmitted to humans by infected ixodes scapularis and i. pacificus ticks. lyme disease is typically evidenced in its early stage by a characteristic rash (erythema migrans), accompanied by nonspecific symptoms (e.g., fever, malaise, fatigue, headache, myalgia, and arthralgia). lyme disease can usually be treated succes ...200010817483
intralaboratory reliability of serologic and urine testing for lyme disease. 200111182109
national survey of state epidemiologists to determine the status of lyme disease 1990, the council of state and territorial epidemiologists and the centers for disease control made lyme disease (ld) nationally notifiable and developed a national case definition. state epidemiologists were surveyed about their state ld surveillance system. responses were received from all states and the district of columbia. as of november 1991, ld was notifiable in 45 states. a total of 44 of these 45 states use the 1990 national case definition for case confirmation. twenty-five state he ...20161333618
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