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Migraine with Typical Aura

  • Jes OlesenEmail author
  • Elena Lebedeva
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Abstract

This case involves migraine with typical aura and headache in addition to migraine with typical aura without headache and frequent episodic tension-type headache. The case emphasizes that multiple diagnoses are sometimes necessary. A precise diagnosis of aura requires specific questions. Both acute and prophylactic treatment must be carefully adjusted, which requires several visits. In this case, expert diagnosis and treatment led to a positive result, which is established in the majority of patients with typical aura.

Keywords

Migraine Attack Prophylactic Treatment Visual Disturbance Migraine With Aura Cortical Spreading Depression 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of NeurologyDanish Headache Centre, University of Copenhagen, Glostrup HospitalGlostrupDenmark
  2. 2.Department of Urgent NeurologyThe Urals State Medical AcademyEkaterinburgRussia

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