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Migraine-related Stroke In The Context Of The International Headache Society Classification Of Head Pain.

K. Welch, S. Levine
Published 1990 · Medicine

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The diagnosis of migraine-related stroke is reviewed and illustrative case histories are provided. The International Headache Society classification of "migrainous cerebral infarction" is amplified and further categorized using strictly defined diagnostic criteria. True migraine-induced stroke is revealed as only one of a number of migraine-related stroke syndromes.
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