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Recurrent aseptic meningitis

Recurrent aseptic meningitis refers to recurrent meningitis with meningeal irritation signs such as fever and neck rigidity. Cerebrospinal fluid examination mainly shows lymphocytosis and slight increase of protein. Generally, it takes several days for rapid and natural remission, and the symptoms completely disappear in the intermittent period. The disease was first described by Mollaret (1944). Because no pathogen was found in cerebrospinal fluid at that time, it was called aseptic meningitis or "Mollaret meningitis". The disease is common in children and young adults, both men and women.


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