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, Volume 161, Issue 15, pp 50–54 | Cite as

Sehstörungen bei Migräne

„Mir ist schummerig vor den Augen!“

  • Linda Bonzel
  • Christoph J. SchankinEmail author
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Lichtblitze, Zickzack-Linien und Skotome können bei Migränepatienten der eigentlichen Kopfschmerzattacke vorausgehen und sind für die Betroffenen eine zusätzliche Belastung. Unsere Autoren geben einen Überblick über diese Sehstörungen und zeigen Therapiemöglichkeiten auf.

„Everything is blurred, isn’t it?” Visual disturbances in association with migraine

Keywords

Migraine aura migraine aura status persistent migraine aura visual snow transient ischemic attack 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.
  2. 2.Neurologische Klinik, InselspitalUniversitätsspital Bern, Universität BernBernSchweiz

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