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Stroke and Migraine

In the past few weeks, I’ve probably had a dozen conversations, with residents and various faculty alike, about the associations between stroke and migraine. Here’s a very recent review article on the topic. Of particular interest to me is the … Continue reading

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Update on Visual Migraine Accompaniments

From Dr. Dreizin: [T]here is a classic article in Neurology by Liu et al . . . describing persistent positive visual phenomena in migraine.  This one describes visual snow. I’d never heard of that before–visual phenomena lasting months to years. … Continue reading

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Late Life Migraine Accompaniments

As promised, here are two papers relevant to this morning’s discussion of transient monocular visual loss in patients with no evident cerebrovascular disease. C. Miller Fisher first described the phenomenon that he termed late-life migraine accompaniment in 1980. Six years … Continue reading

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