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|Title:||Trauma-precipitated migrainous hemiparesis.|
|Authors:||Kennedy, M P|
|Affiliation:||Emergency Department, Austin Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.|
|Citation:||Annals of Emergency Medicine; 20(9): 1023-4|
|Abstract:||Migraine is a pleomorphic condition in which neurologic manifestations may be absent or a minor or a major feature. Similarly, head injury may range from trivial to lethal with regard to neurologic morbidity. Migraine may be precipitated by a variety of stimuli, including head trauma, significant or trivial. Presented is the case of a patient with migrainous hemiparesis precipitated by minor head injury. The clinical features and laboratory and radiological findings of trauma-precipitated migraine are reviewed.|
|Internal ID Number:||1877769|
Emergency Service, Hospital
Tomography, X-Ray Computed
|Appears in Collections:||Journal articles|
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