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Diagnostic Problems in a Migraine Clinic

  • J. D. Carroll

Abstract

The Migraine Clinic is a comparatively new idea in this country and the question is often asked, especially by those of us who are engaged in general practice, as to whether such specialized clinics serve any useful function to the community. My feelings on this, although it could be said that I was somewhat biased in view of my special interest in the subject, is that they have a very important part to play in clinical medicine.

Keywords

Diagnostic Problem Superficial Temporal Artery Cervical Spondylosis Temporal Arteritis Mastoid Process 
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Reference

  1. Bickerstaff, E. R. (1961). Basilar artery migraine. Lancet i, 15.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1971

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