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... in spring through summer, symptoms can include flu like symptoms such fever, chills, headache, myalgias, joint pain and swollen lymph nodes. An erythema migrans (EM) rash ( Figure 3) may appear at the site of the tick bite three to thirty days (average of 7 days) this rash may then expands over a period of days and can reach up to 30 cm in size which may clear as it enlarges to appear as a target or a "bull's eye configuration. " If a rash does appear it may not always have a classic EM appearance. ...

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