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BACKGROUND Prophylactic treatment is an important but under-utilised option for the management of migraine. Patients and physicians appear to have reservations about initiating this treatment option. This paper explores the opinions, motives and expectations of patients regarding prophylactic migraine therapy. METHODS A qualitative focus group study in(More)
OBJECTIVE There is negligible systematic information about case reports in the psychiatric literature. We aimed to describe case report articles published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (ANZJP), to provide data about the quality of evidence they offer, to ascertain changes over time and to make recommendations, based on our(More)
UNLABELLED Since the introduction of the bivalent human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine in the Netherlands, migraine has been reported as a notable event in the passive safety surveillance system. Research on the association between HPV vaccination and migraine is needed. Therefore, potential migraine cases in 2008-2010 were selected from a group of general(More)
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