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European Lyme-Borreliosis Conference
2018, April 28.-30

Location: Congress Center, Europaplatz 1, 9500 Villach, Österreich
Conference languages: German and English (without translations)


Conference Chairs
Prof. Dr. Herbert Auer, Vienna
Dr. Albin Obiltschnig, Klagenfurt
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Submission of case reports
see here

Registration
with this form

Industrial exhibition
Organized by Pol de Saedeleer
Inquiries to: exhibition@deubo.de

Topics and speakers

  •     Krank durch Athropoden, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Horst Aspöck, Med. University, Vienna
  •     The medical relevance of roundworms in Central Europe, Prof. Herbert Auer, Vienna
  •     Borreliosis as a Cause for Neurogenic Diseases, Dr. Robert Bransfield, Red Bank, NJ, USA
  •     On the difficult differential diagnosis of the so-called late Lyme neuroborreliosis, Prof. Dr. Karl Bechter
  •     Infection, inflammation and hormonal dysfunction, Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h. c. Reinhardt Bretzel, Giessen, Germany
  •     Diseases caused by viruses: Borna Virus, Dengue Fever, Zika Virus, etc., Prof. Dr. Franz Xaver Heinz
  •     Chronic inflammation response syndrome (CIRS) Mold/Biotoxins, Barbara De Rijdt, RPharm (BEL)
  •     Intestinal changes, Dr. Carla Marzetti
  •     Modulation of the function of the neuroendocrinoimmune system (NEIS) by environmental fluids, Dr. med. Kurt E. Müller, Kempten
  •     Difficulty of differential diagnosis Borreliosis-Rheumatism, Dr. Albin Obiltschnig, Klagenfurt
  •     Ascaris suum and Toxocara as dangerous co infection in chronic Lyme disease, Dr. Albin Obiltschnig, Klagenfurt, Germany
  •     Treatment of jaw ostitis as a key treatment for Lyme, Dr. med. med. med. dent. Herbert Rixecker, Saarlouis
  •     SIBO & LPS-induced inflammation, Pol de Saedeleer
  •     New aspects of genetic predisposition in Lyme disease? Prof. Dr. Marion Schneider, Ulm
  •     Autoimmune disorders and cancer in Lyme disease and coinfections, Dr. med. Armin Schwarzbach, Augsburg
  •     Introduction Lyme disease and co-infections, Leo J. Shea III, Ph. D, USA
  •     Sexually transmitted infections - the other side of the coin, Univ. Prof. Dr. Angelika Stary, Vienna
  •     Side effects of Borrelia therapy on the human microbioma, Prof. Dr. Christoph Steininger, Medical University of Vienna
  •     Difficulties of the patients and treating physicians in therapy and recognition as occupational disease of Lyme disease and co-infection from a legal point of view, Dr. Toriser
  •     Sick through Athropods, Prof. Dr. Walochnik
  •     Direct evidence in the tissue "Lyme disease or not?", Prof. Dr. Bernhard Zeiger