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What would cause a positive Lyme titer but negative western blot?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

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The lyme titer is nonspecific and can be positive by itself if the presence of other autoimmune diseases, viral infections or a history of lyme in the distant past.
I negative western blot rules out active lyme disease.

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The lyme titer is nonspecific and can be positive by itself if the presence of other autoimmune diseases, viral infections or a history of lyme in the distant past.
I negative western blot rules out active lyme disease.
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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