[clinical analysis of patients with peripheral facial palsy].peripheral facial palsy is one of the most frequent neurological symptoms. in two thirds of the cases the cause is unknown, this is called "idiopathic peripheral facial palsy or bell's palsy", but several different diseases have to be considered in the differential diagnosis. in this paper we reviewed the case histories of 110 patients treated for "peripheral facial palsy" in the department of neurology, semmelweis university, budapest in a five year period, 2000-2004. we studied the age, gender ...200617203875
maternal lyme borreliosis and pregnancy outcome.there is disagreement regarding whether lyme borreliosis is associated with adverse pregnancy outcome.201019926325
occurrence of ticks and prevalence of anaplasma phagocytophilum and borrelia burgdorferi s.l. in three types of urban biotopes: forests, parks and cemeteries.the aim of the present study was to compare different urban biotopes for the occurrence of ixodid tick species, for the population density of ixodes ricinus and for the prevalence rates of two emerging, zoonotic pathogens. altogether 2455 ticks were collected from the vegetation on 30 places (forests, parks, cemeteries) of budapest, hungary. i. ricinus and haemaphysalis concinna were collected in all three biotope types, but dermacentor reticulatus only in parks and forests, and d. marginatus on ...201425127161
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