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Epidemiology of tick-borne diseases



Epidemiology of tick-borne diseases



Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 28(5, Special): 344-348



The epidemiological importance of Ixodidae and Argasidae is described. Diseases transmitted by Acari include bacterial diseases such as Lyme disease, tickborne relapsing fever; rickettsial diseases such as Q fever, Mediterranean spotted fever, rickettsial fevers, ehrlichiosis and heartwater; and tularaemia.

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