Lyme Disease Symptoms; 11 Early Signs & Symptoms of Lyme Disease

Borrelial lymphocitoma

Borrelial lymphocitoma

This manifestation is not as common as the ones we have already mentioned, but may be present in the second stage of the disease, which usually starts within weeks 3 and 10. Borrelial lymphocitoma appears in 1% of Lyme disease patients, and it is a nodule or plaque that is located in the earlobe or the scrotum in children or the nipples in adults. It grows a few centimeters, and it is usually accompanied with enlarged lymph nodes close by. It looks like a blueish or reddish discoloration of the skin with swelling.

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