Autonomic Dysfunction in Interictal Period in Patients with Migraine

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02/4/2014 10:12 AM

Autonomic Dysfunction in Interictal Period in Patients with Migraine


Dr.Bassam Mahmood Flamerz M.B.Ch.B , F.I.B.M.S
Dr.Akram M. Ibrahim Al-Mehdawi, M.B.CH.B.,C.A.B.M.,M.R.C.P.
Dr.Aqeel K. Hatim M.B.CH.B, F.I.B.M.S

 
Abstract
 
Background: migraine is a chronic neurovascular disorder characterized by intermittent attacks of sever headache with or without aura that can include various combinations of neurological, gastrointestinal tract (G.I.T), and autonomic changes, without evidence of primary structural abnormalities. The Autonomic nervous system involvement suggested by many symptoms and signs including nausea, diarrhea, constipation, coldness in the extremities, paroxysmal tachycardia and chest pain.





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