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Psychiatric and Psychological Aspects of Migraine

  • W. Linford Rees

Abstract

Migraine has been known from the time of ancient Greco-Roman medicine. It has been studied by physicians throughout the ages, and many eminent physicians and scientists have themselves suffered from it.

Keywords

Emotional Reaction Migraine Patient Chronic Urticaria Personality Type Tension Headache 
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