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Volume 10, Number 4—April 2004

Letter

Mollaret-like Cells in Patients with West Nile Virus Infection

Gary W. Procop*Comments to Author , Belinda Yen-Lieberman*, Richard A. Prayson*, and Steve M. Gordon*
Author affiliations: *The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio

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Three Mollaret-like cells are present (center), with a neutrophil (upper left) and a lymphocyte (upper right) in cerebrospinal fluid from a patient with West Nile Virus encephalitis, confirmed by reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction and serologic testing (Papanicolaou stain; magnification x 500).

Figure. Three Mollaret-like cells are present (center), with a neutrophil (upper left) and a lymphocyte (upper right) in cerebrospinal fluid from a patient with West Nile Virus encephalitis, confirmed by reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction and serologic testing (Papanicolaou stain; magnification x 500).

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