Lymphocytic pleocytosis

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Lymphocytic pleocytosis (LP) is a neurological condition in which a patient has a migraine type headache and also has lymphocyte cells present in the spinal fluid. Many cases may be due to aseptic meningitis. LP causes transient neurological deficits, including sensory motor amnesia, aphasia and neurological symptoms.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adams and Victor's Principals of Neurology, 8th ed, p. 152