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LDLoad
LDLearning Disabled
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LDLabor Day (US holiday)
LDLead
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LDLincoln-Douglas Debate
LDLaser Disc
LDLight Duty
LDLegislative District
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LDLyme Disease
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LDLiver Disease
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LDLoading Dock
LDLiberal Democrat (UK)
LDLinkage Disequilibrium (genetics)
LDLeak Detection
LDLine Driver
LDLimited Distribution (medications)
LDLocal Directory
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LDLeonardo Dicaprio (actor)
LDLlandrindod Wells (postcode, United Kingdom)
LDLady Day
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LDLamina Dura (radiology)
LDLet's Dance
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LDLiving Dead (gaming clan)
LDLimit of Detection
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LDLaw Degree
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LDLiquidated Damages (contracts)
LDLight-Dark Cycle
LDLunar Distance (distance between Earth and the Moon)
LDLast Dose
LDLadder Diagram
LDLipodystrophy
LDLibrary Loader (Unix)
LDLibyan Dinar (unit of currency)
LDLow Definition
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LDLaser-Doppler
LDLocal Distribution
LDLine of Departure
LDLucid Dream
LDLiving Donor
LDLactic Dehydrogenase
LDLand Disposal
LDLighting Director (touring musical acts)
LDLandscape Designer
LDLink Dead (gaming)
LDLegionnaire's Disease
LDLaser Designator
LDLogic Diagram
LDLooper's Delight (music resource)
LDLands Department (Hong Kong)
LDLame Ducks (band)
LDLow Drag
LDLarge Drives (Siemens A&D)
LDLarge Deviation
LDLayer Depth
LDLater Dude
LDLimited Deployment
LDLaboratory Development
LDLemon Demon (band)
LDLoop Disconnect (telecommunications)
LDLong Dwell
LDThe Light Dragoons (a British Regiment)
LDLaunch Director
LDListwise Deletion
LDLow Dermal
LDLogic Driver
LDLabor Doula (childbirth)
LDLAN Destination (ATM)
LDLalbhai Dalpatbhai Arts College (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India)
LDLine Drawer
LDLittle District
LDLeft Defence
LDLegal Driver
LDLinear Decision
LDLuminescence Detector
LDLight Defense (gaming)
LDLinear Dispersive
LDLoaded Deployability
LDLetter Directive
LDLake Doctor
LDLocate & Destroy
LDLeader Designation
LDLogistic Demonstration
LDLaser Dragoon (Star Kingdoms game)
LDLoser Denial (band)
LDLost Descendant (gaming clan)
LDLocalizer Deviation
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One often overlooked clue in the diagnosis of atypical presentations of early Lyme disease are seasonal and geographic hints in the presenting history.
Leigner has spent a sizeable portion of his life studying Lyme and tick-borne diseases, as well as caring for patients with chronic Lyme disease. In the Crucible of Chronic Lyme Disease assembles scientific articles, speeches, presentations, correspondence with legislators and experts in the field, even a handful of black-and-white photographs.
Ocular Lyme disease may affect either retinal arteries or veins to different degrees.
The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists' (CSTE) case definition for Lyme disease is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and includes an approach that combines a two-tiered testing system and specific aspects of the patient's clinical history.
Kate Brown declared May as Lyme Disease Awareness Month, but Oregon is still not a Lyme-literate state.
Little did I know that just two years later my son would be diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease and forced to travel to Cape Breton for treatment.
Lyme disease is not an easy diagnosis to make and there is no diagnostic test that is absolutely reliable.
Human-to-deer interaction surveys are the only measure that correlates with the incidence of Lyme disease in humans; all other measures found to correlate with Lyme disease are specific to Ixodes spp., and therefore only serve to explain the relationship of Lyme disease within a habitat and do not correspond to the human population.
The hard-to-detect symptoms of Lyme disease left one child suffering for a year.
Lead author Dr John Tulloch, who is based at the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections, said: 'In the United Kingdom information relating to infected Lyme disease patients' characteristics, where they live and how they are managed within the National Health Service is not fully understood.
One of the challenges of Lyme disease is that the symptoms, which vary depending on the stage of infection, are similar to indicators of other common conditions.