Neuroborreliosis manifested as persistent vomiting in three children

  • Baehr A
  • Gerecke A
  • Liese C
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Neuroborreliosis usually presents with facial palsy and meningitis, but unspecific symptoms may also occur and can result in delayed diagnosis. We report on 3 children in whom persistent vomiting was the key clinical finding of neuroborreliosis.

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  • Anna Baehr

  • Anja Gerecke

  • Cathrin Liese

  • Reinhard Berner

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