Amigrainous Migraine

An amigrainous migraine literally means having a “migraine without the migraine”. What this means is that the person has the symptoms of a migraine, except without the headache (usually considered the main symptom of a migraine). This type of migraine ...

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Misdiagnosis: Amigrainous Migraine

An amigrainous migraine is a reasonably uncommon condition. It needs to be diagnosed properly and distinguished from other diagnoses such ...

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