About 5% of patients with Lyme disease may experience ocular involvement.
Transient conjunctivitis may occur in patients with Lyme's disease.
Clinical manifestations of ocular Lyme borreliosis:
(1) decreased visual acuity
(3) anterior uveitis
(4) uveitis intermedia
(1) corneal scar
(2) permanent loss of visual acuity
It may be more common in patients with neuroborreliosis.
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Specialty: Ophthalmology, Infectious Diseases