What is wrong with microscopy in Borreliosis?

Nothing, as you will see from the below evidence. Microscopy in diagnostics Microscopy played a great role in identifying unknown pathogens and it is still the first line of diagnostics in some diseases where the novel diagnostic tools failed first time or did not prove to be efficient in the long term. Examples are syphilis…

Medium and Artificial Intelligence

An accurate diagnosis needs special solutions  DualDur medium, developed for laboratory diagnosis of Lyme disease, prepares the blood sample for the dark-field microscopic examination of the pathogenic bacterium. The decades-long experience of Dr. Béla Pál Bózsik, who developed the medium, suggests that a Borrelia-infected blood sample taken on DualDur medium and condensed with the DualDur…

The effects of Lyme Disease on the nervous system

A limping dancer, a student forced to the bench.   According to Dr. Erik Kolbenheyer, an internist, gastroenterologist, family doctor, occupational health specialist, doctor of traditional Chinese medicine, there are some particularly interesting cases of Lyme borreliosis, where the disease causes bizarre symptoms in the nervous system. The doctor, who, being personally affected by the…

The lab result is not everything!

In many cases, the infection does not come with a characteristic or diagnostic symptom. Treating Lyme borreliosis is a complex task for specialists. If a positive result confirms that a patient is infected with Lyme disease, there is still an open question whether this causes (all of) their symptoms or not. This is a valid…