Kirje: 87516
Kuupäev: 29.08.2016
Valdkonnaviide: ME
Mõistetüüp: termin

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Definitsioon: puukide vahendusel leviv haigus, mida põhjustab spiroheetide perekonda kuuluv bakter ning mille esmaseks tunnuseks on ringikujuline nahalööve puugihammustuse piirkonnas [87519]
Allikaviide: 87512; 87519
Kontekst: Tervishoiutöötajad ja tervisekaitseametnikud teavitavad elanikke puukborrelioosi looduskollete asukohtadest. [87512 § 28]
Lyme’i tõbi
Allikaviide: 87512
Kontekst: Tõrjeüritused nakkuspuhangu korral. Lyme’i tõve puhanguid ei esine, kuid looduskolletes esineb kõrgenenud haigestumine. [87512 § 28]

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Definitsioon: an epidemic inflammatory disease that often begins with a characteristic skin lesion called erythema chronicum migrans accompanied by headache, stiff neck, fever, and malaise and that weeks or months later manifests itself as migratory polyarthritis, intermittent oligoarthritis, chronic arthritis of the knees, chronic meningoencephalitis, cranial or peripheral neuropathy, migratory musculoskeletal pain, or cardiac abnormalities [TER-PLUS]
Definitsioon: a disease caused by bacteria that are spread by the bite of an insect called a tick [CDO]
Märkus: First identified in Lyme, Connecticut, in 1975, the disease has subsequently been found to occur in at least fourteen states of the United States and in Europe and Australia. [TER-PLUS]
Märkus: Initially the symptoms of Lyme's disease are like those of flu. [CDO]
Lyme disease
Allikaviide: TER-PLUS; CDO; 52016SC0129
Kontekst: Borreliosis (Lyme disease) should be included as cause of deferral. In terms of epidemiology the Lyme disease is an important entity because the number of cases is steadily growing. Although there is no direct evidence of Borrelia transmission with blood in humans (the available studies on borreliosis transmission are however old and date back to the 1990 ies) transmission with blood was proved on animal models and Borrelia survives in the temperature of blood storage. [52016SC0129]
Allikaviide: 52016SC0129; M-W
Lyme borreliosis
Allikaviide: 52013SC0136
Kontekst: Changes in tick distribution have also been observed. The limit of tick distribution in the EU is shifting northwards and also to higher altitudes; the shift towards milder winters may lead to an expansion of the tick population and, consequently, to an increase of human exposure to Lyme borreliosis and tick-borne encephalitis. [52013SC0136]

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