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Sémiologie migraineuse et les autres céphalées primaires

  • D. AnnequinEmail author

Résumé

Les critères diagnostiques de la migraine, tout en restant simples, peuvent être difficiles à identifier car les migraines sont rarement isolées et sont souvent associées à des céphalées de tension. Le praticien doit d’emblée faire distinguer à l’enfant et à sa famille (cf. chapitre 11) s’il existe des « petits maux de tête » (non invalidants, qui s’arrêtent le plus souvent sans médicaments, après un temps de repos, quand le facteur déclenchant cesse…) et des « gros maux de tête » qui obligent l’enfant à arrêter ses activités, à s’allonger et s’isoler ; l’analyse sémiologique doit d’abord se concentrer sur ces crises [1, 2].

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre de référence de la migraine de l’enfant et de l’adolescent - Centre de la douleur de l’enfant et de l’adolescentHôpital Armand-Trousseau (AP-HP)Paris Cedex 12France

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