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  • Ehrlichiosis

    Ehrlichia chaffeensis andEhrlichia ewingii are transmitted by the lonestar tick in the southeastern and southcentral United States. In addition, a thirdEhrlichia species provisionally called Ehrlichia muris-like (EML) has been identified in a small number of patients residing in or traveling to Minnesota and Wisconsin; a tick vector for the EML organism has not yet been established. The symptoms caused by infection with these Ehrlichia species usually develop 1-2 weeks after being bitten by an infected tick. The tick bite is usually painless, and about half of the people who develop ehrlichiosis may not even remember being bitten by a tick.

 

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