Bannwarth syndrome

Bann·warth syn·drome

neurologic manifestations of Lyme disease, also called chronic lymphocytic meningitis and tick-borne meningopolyneuritis.

Bann·warth syn·drome

(bahn'vahrt sin'drōm)
Neurologic manifestations of Lyme disease, also called chronic lymphocytic meningitis and tick-borne meningopolyneuritis.

Bannwarth,

Alfred, German neurologist, 1903-1970.
Bannwarth syndrome - neurologic manifestations of Lyme disease.
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Peripheral facial paralysis and meningitis are more common in the United States of America (USA) and subacute painful meningoradiculitis, also known as Bannwarth syndrome, is the most common form in Europe.
The fact that meningoradiculitis, also called Bannwarth syndrome, is more common in Europe, and that the radicular involvement is seen on the same extremity with the erythema migrans, suggests that European strains spread through peripheral nerves from the site of tick bite (4).