Mollaret's meningitis

Mollaret's meningitis

Neurology A term of waning popularity for recurring and self-limited episodes of aseptic meningitis; MM is of abrupt onset, associated with fever, and pleocytosis of mononuclear cells Etiology Uncertain; at least some cases are due to HSV Clinical Malaise, headache, meningeal signs. See Meningitis.
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She is believed to suffer from Mollaret's meningitis, a rare form of recurring viral meningitis, but "there is no way of confirming it," she explained.
Recurrent herpes simplex virus type 2 meningitis: a case report of Mollaret's meningitis.
Herpes simplex virus type 2 DNA detected in cerebrospinal fluid of 9 patients with Mollaret's meningitis.