Three-Dimensional CT Angiograms in the Planning of Vascular Surgery for Migraine and Cluster Headache
The involvement of the extracranial terminal branches of the external carotid artery in migraine has been extensively documented . In selected cases where diagnostic tests have shown that there is a significant vascular component to the patient’s pain, permanent closure of the affected arteries provides permanent pain relief .
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