Human Anaplasmosis (HA)
Human anaplasmosis (HA) was formerly called granulocytic ehrlichiosis (HGE). It is the second-most common tickborne disease in Minnesota after Lyme disease.
Human anaplasmosis is a bacterial disease transmitted to humans
by Ixodes scapularis (blacklegged tick or deer tick), the same tick that transmits Lyme disease.
- About Human
Human anaplasmosis information. Including transmission, prevention, common signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Charts, graphs, and statistics for human anaplasmosis in Minnesota and the United States.
- Information for Health Professionals on Human Anaplasmosis
Clinical presentation, diagnostic tests and case definitions, treatment, guidelines, and required reporting information.