Bullseye Lyme Disease Rash.jpg. An erythema ... This rash is now known as
erythema chronicum migrans, the skin rash found in early-stage Lyme disease.
Aug 17, 2015 ... Untreated Lyme disease can produce a wide range of symptoms, depending on
the stage of infection. These include fever, rash, facial ...
... burgdorferi) transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected deer tick (Ixodes)
usually resulting with symptoms of a bull's-eye shaped rash (erythema migrans).
One of the characteristic signs of Lyme disease is the bullseye rash
or erythema migrans.
From the time of the bite, it can take three to 30 days for the rash
to show up.
If you live in an area where ticks abound and/or Lyme disease is common, it's even more important... More »
Most Lyme disease skin lesions are uniformly red without the rings or target
appearance. They are distinguished from other skin rashes by their round or oval
Recent reports confirm that in most cases the dermatologic presentation is an
amorphous flat, expanding rash rather than the target or bulls eye shape (51).
A circular rash at the site of the tick bite, typically within 1-2 weeks of infection,
often is the first sign of infection. Although it's considered typical of Lyme disease,
Oct 20, 2014 ... Not everyone who has Lyme disease exhibits a rash, much less the telltale "
bullseye" rash so often associated with Lyme. Learn more about ...
I had one or two large bulls eye rashes going back 12 years or so ago. I don't
think I've ever had symptoms. Years ago, I as told on a similar forum that if you ...