Migraine in General Practice

  • K. M. Hay


The late Lord Brain, the first Chairman of the Migraine Trust, wrote in 1964 in one of his essays these words: “Many of the important things that happen in the body can no longer be explained simply as the result of the interaction of two or more organs, but require the conception of a dynamic transaction which itself integrates the activities of the organs.”


Allergic Rhinitis Migraine Attack Migraine Patient Rheumatic Fever Whiplash Injury 
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