Mollaret meningitis


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Mol·la·ret men·in·gi·tis

(mōl-lah-rā'),
a recurrent aseptic meningitis; febrile illness accompanied by headaches, malaise, meningeal signs, and cerebrospinal fluid monocytes.
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Mol·la·ret men·in·gi·tis

(mō-lah-rā' men'in-jī'tis)
A recurrent aseptic meningitis; febrile illness accompanied by headaches, malaise, meningeal signs, and cerebrospinal fluid monocytes.
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Mollaret meningitis

(mō-lă-rā′)
[Pierre Mollaret, Fr. physician, 1898–1987]
A form of meningitis characterized by recurring bouts of headache with fever, cerebrospinal fluid leukocytosis, and signs of meningeal irritation. It is often associated with recurrences of herpes simplex virus infection (HSV-1 and HSV-2).
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Mollaret,

Pierre, French neurologist, 1898-1987.
Mollaret meningitis - Synonym(s): Mollaret syndrome
Mollaret syndrome - recurrent benign viral infection. Synonym(s): Mollaret meningitis; recurrent meningitis
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