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A Non-Bull's-Eye Rash In Shown June 15, 2001 On The Side Of A Torso Of A Patient. Ticks Cause An Acute Inflammatory Disease Characterized By Skin Changes, Joint Inflammation, and Flu-Like Symptoms Called Lyme Disease.
A Non-Bull's-Eye Rash In Shown June 15, 2001 On The Side Of A Torso Of A Patient. Ticks Cause An Acute Inflammatory Disease Characterized By Skin Changes, Joint Inflammation, and Flu-Like Symptoms Called Lyme Disease.
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