Choroby przenoszone przez kleszcze. Część II. Patogeny Borrelia burgdorferi, Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Babesia microti. Tytuły w innych językach. Choroby zakaźne i pasożytnicze stanowiły 62% zgłoszonych przypadków. Wśród nich najczęstsze były choroby przenoszone przez kleszcze (93%) – borelioza. Babeszjoza to choroba zakaźna wywoływana przez pasożyty z gatunku Babesia, przenoszona przez kleszcze. Przypadki babeszjozy.

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