I am working on a patient that is a 66 year old male. He presents with headache, fatigue, forgetfulness, subtle behavior changes, disequilibrium, double vision and a wide-based gait. I know that it is an infectious disease but am having trouble diagnosing him. Upon examination he presents normal however there is a slight impairment in his neurological status, any suggestions? Also, it was thought that he had Lyme Disease and was therefore treated with penicillin and tetracycline, however his symptoms continued.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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