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Use "meningoencephalitis" in a sentence
"In what scientists say might be the first case of its kind, a new report details the story of a 62-year-old man in New York state who died last year of meningoencephalitis, apparently after being bitten by a deer tick infected with deer tick virus."
"Central to their findings was the appearance at a London auction in 1982 of Wilde's medical certificate that showed he had developed meningoencephalitis, a chronic middle-ear infection."
"In rare cases, mumps meningoencephalitis could end up in permanent neurological problems such as paralysis, seizures, cranial nerve palsies and hydrocephalus."