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A Prospective Study among Patients Presenting at the General Practitioner with a Tick Bite or Erythema Migrans in the Netherlands

Figure 4

Ranked scatter plot of tick attachment times from 274 tick bite cases that did not receive antibiotics at baseline, excluding twenty cases (7%) that did not report tick attachment time.

Fourteen cases had evidence of early Borrelia infection (erythema migrans or seroconversion) within three months after a tick bite, of which two cases did not report attachment time.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0064361.g004