Looking for differences between brain lesions in Lyme (LNB) and MS I have found an article that states that Lyme disease produces vascular damage. I quote:
"There is increasing evidence that inflammatory changes in CNS blood vessels, such as diffuse or focal vasculitis or cerebrovascular injury, may be an important factor in the development of the CNS lesions and dysfunction in LNB"
"It is conceivable that Lyme borreliosis may also cause vascular damage in the CNS, because it is known to cause vasculitis and perivascular inflammation in several other
of CNS blood vessels and then adhere to the glial cells organs outside the CNS"
Maybe another clue?
Edit: I forgot the link. Here it is.
Edit 2: By now, I have been unable to find a report explaining differences between MS and Lyme brain lesions. In fact, I have found some people saying that they look the same even under autopsy.
Please fight against the MS section of the new ICD 11 at http://apps.who.int/classifications/icd11/browse/f/en