Definition of Migraine. Meaning of Migraine. Synonyms of Migraine

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Definition of Migraine

Migraine
Migraine Mi*graine", n. [F.] Same as Megrim. -- Mi*grain"ous, a.

Meaning of Migraine from wikipedia

- A migraine is a primary headache disorder characterized by recurrent headaches that are moderate to severe. Typically, the headaches affect one half of...
- Scintillating scotoma, also called visual migraine, is a common visual aura preceding migraine and was first described by 19th-century physician Hubert...
- symptom of pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It occurs in migraines (sharp, or throbbing pains), tension-type headaches, and cluster headaches...
- Acephalgic migraine (also called acephalalgic migraine, migraine aura without headache, amigrainous migraine, isolated visual migraine, and optical migraine) is...
- Retinal migraine (also known as ophthalmic migraine, and ocular migraine) is a retinal disease often accompanied by migraine headache and typically affects...
- experienced by some with migraines or seizures. The aura stage precedes a seizure in epilepsy but can happen at any stage of a migraine. It often manifests...
- Vestibular migraine (VM) is vertigo ****ociated with a migraine, either as a symptom of migraine or as a related but neurological disorder; when referred...
- Migraine is a debilitating condition characterized by headaches and nausea. Migraine may also refer to: Migraine (book), a book by neurologist Oliver Sacks...
- Sumatriptan is a medication used for the treatment of migraine headaches. It is a synthetic drug belonging to the triptan cl****. Structurally, it is an...
- last years. The cause is unclear. Those affected typically also have migraines. The underlying mechanism is believed to involve excessive excitability...
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