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Chronic Migraine Complicated by Medication Overuse Headache

  • Andrea Negro
  • Paolo MartellettiEmail author
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Abstract

F.A. is a female 43-year-old lawyer, with a 30-year history of migraine. Her mother and her identical twin sister also suffered from migraine. Her mother, who died of brain cancer at 77 years, had suffered from migraine since her menopause, with low-frequency crisis. The temporal development of her migraine in comparison with that of her twin sister has been dichotomous.

Keywords

Chronic Migraine Postpartum Depression Medication Overuse Migraine Without Aura Beck Depression Inventory Score 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Clinical and Molecular MedicineSapienza University of Rome and Regional Referral Headache Centre, Sant’Andrea HospitalRomeItaly

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