Alisa Sebastianelli

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Chronic migraine (CM) prevalence ranges around 1-5%. Most of these patients usually treat their acute attacks with triptans, whose efficacy is extremely variable. A genetic basis for migraine is evident and many susceptibility genes have been described, as well as gene polymorphisms possibly implied in therapy response. Several factors could be involved in(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of this study is to evaluate if plasma fibrinogen levels could correlate with carotid lesions. METHODS We investigated the plasmatic levels of fibrinogen in 100 patients with asymptomatic carotid lesions, examined at ultrasound, and with at least one traditional cardiovascular risk factor. RESULTS We found a significant correlation(More)
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