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Migraine and cardiovascular disease: systematic review and meta-analysis
- M. Schürks, P. Rist, M. Bigal, J. Buring, R. Lipton, T. Kurth
- Medicine, PsychologyBMJ : British Medical Journal
- 27 October 2009
Migraine is associated with a twofold increased risk of ischaemic stroke, which is only apparent among people who have migraine with aura, and the results suggest a higher risk among women and risk was further magnified for people with migraine who were aged less than 45, smokers, and women who used oral contraceptives.
Cutaneous allodynia in the migraine population
To develop and validate a questionnaire for assessing cutaneous allodynia (CA), and to estimate the prevalence and severity of CA in the migraine population.
Acute Migraine Medications and Evolution From Episodic to Chronic Migraine: A Longitudinal Population‐Based Study
- M. Bigal, D. Serrano, D. Buse, A. Scher, W. Stewart, R. Lipton
- Medicine, PsychologyHeadache
- 1 September 2008
Background.— Though symptomatic medication overuse is believed to play a major role in progression from episodic to chronic or transformed migraine (TM), population‐based longitudinal data on these…
Fremanezumab for the Preventive Treatment of Chronic Migraine
Fremanezumab as a preventive treatment for chronic migraine resulted in a lower frequency of headache than placebo in this 12‐week trial, and the long‐term durability and safety of fremanzumab require further study.
Patterns of Diagnosis and Acute and Preventive Treatment for Migraine in the United States: Results from the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention Study
- S. Diamond, M. Bigal, S. Silberstein, E. Loder, M. Reed, R. Lipton
- Medicine, PsychologyHeadache
- 17 November 2006
The patterns of medical treatment for migraineurs in the United States are described to describe the patterns of treatment in the country.
Chronic disorders with episodic manifestations: focus on epilepsy and migraine
Evaluation of the Impact of Migraine and Episodic Tension‐type Headache on the Quality of Life and Performance of a University Student Population
To determine the prevalence of migraine and episodic tension‐type headache among university students as well as its impact on academic performance and quality of life, a large number of university students with a history of migraine are surveyed.
Migraine: Epidemiology, Impact, and Risk Factors for Progression
The epidemiology of and the risk factors for migraine described in population studies are reviewed, the burden of disease and the socioeconomic costs of migraine are discussed, and evidence suggests that a subgroup of migraine patients may have a clinically progressive disorder.
Chronic migraine in the population
Chronic migraine (CM) is more disabling than episodic migraine in the population, and although most individuals with CM sought medical care for this disorder, the majority did not receive specific acute or preventive medications.
Symptoms of temporomandibular disorders in the population: an epidemiological study.
- D. Gonçalves, A. D. Dal Fabbro, J. A. Campos, M. Bigal, J. Speciali
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of orofacial pain
- 1 June 2010
Individual symptoms, as well as a combination of TMD symptoms, are prevalent in the Brazilian urban population and are more frequent in women than in men and additional studies should focus on risk factors for and relevance for the sufferer.