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Vestibuläre Migräne: diagnostische Kriterien

Konsensusdokument der Bárány Society und der International Headache Society

Vestibular migraine: diagnostic criteria

Consensus document of the Bárány Society and the International Headache Society

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Danksagung

Der Klassifikationsprozess wurde durch Reisestipendien der Internationalen Bárány Society und durch Neuro+ e. V., Berlin unterstützt. Thomas Lempert dankt Hanne Neuhauser, Andrea Radtke und Michael von Brevern für die vielen Diskussionen über die Klassifikation der vestibulären Migräne.

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Dieses Konsensusdokument zur Klassifikation der vestibulären Migräne wurde im Journal of Vestibular Research erstveröffentlicht [29].

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Verantwortlich für die deutsche Übersetzung ist T. Lempert.

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Lempert, T., Olesen, J., Furman, J. et al. Vestibuläre Migräne: diagnostische Kriterien. Nervenarzt 84, 511–516 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00115-013-3768-x

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