Daniel Paul Morrison

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In a consecutive series of 46 female new referrals to a migraine clinic, 17 patients (37%) complained of increased irritability and/or depression in association with more than 50% of their migraine attacks. This was not related to the attack frequency or duration. Sixteen patients (33%) met DSM-III criteria for a current diagnosis of an affective syndrome(More)
As part of a study of the association between changes in mood and migraine attacks, daily self-report data on anxiety and depression were collected from 37 female patients attending a migraine clinic. A combination of the Irritability Depression Anxiety (IDA) Scale and two visual analogue scales (VAS) was used. The IDA and VAS measures of anxiety and(More)
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