New Study Inspects The Genital and Dermatological Manifestations of Lyme Disease and Morgellons
May 6, 2021 by Jeremy Murphree
A new research paper titled Dermatological and Genital Manifestations of Lyme Disease Including Morgellons Disease was published today and it produces several points of interest.
Case study of a 49-year-old female with erosive genital lesions.
Molecular testing confirmed the presence of Borrelia bacteria.
Extra and Intracellular organisms were elicited.
Borrelia bacteria were cultured from vaginal and serum specimens.
Morgellons fibers observed in localized rashes.
Relapsing Fever antibody stains were reactive but could not determine species.
The patient experienced a relapse of symptoms upon cessation of antibiotic therapy.
Biofilm aggregates observed to have gram-positive cocci surrounded by a Borrelial core.
The patients’ condition was determined as Stage IV, Class C Morgellons.
This paper brings to light several fascinating facts which should result in more careful scrutiny of potentially infectious patients. Primarily, the realities of poly-microbial colonization are readily apparent. The paradigm of “one-patient, one-disease” is demonstrably obsolete. If a patient is managing a variety of spirochetal organisms then the potential for treatment-resistant persistence is magnified.
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