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Metoprolol and Propranolol in The Prophylactic Treatment of Classical and Common Migraine. A Double-Blind Study
In a double-blind, cross-over study the effect and tolerance of the non-selective beta-blocker propranolol in a dosage of 80 mg twice daily was compared to that of the beta1-selective beta-blockerExpand
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Changes in Headache After Treatment of Mandibular Dysfunction
To analyse the effect of treatment of mandibular dysfunction on headache, 35 patients with migraine, 20 patients with combination headache and 36 patients with muscle contraction headache wereExpand
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Tolfenamic Acid Rapid Release Versus Sumatriptan in the Acute Treatment of Migraine: Comparable Effect in a Double‐Blind, Randomized, Controlled, Parallel‐Group Study
The efficacy and safety of tolfenamic acid and oral sumatriptan in the acute treatment of migraine was studied at five neurological centers in Finland. One hundred forty‐one patients experiencing 289Expand
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Difference of steady-state visual evoked potentials in classic and common migraine.
The present study was designed to find evidence for the neural hypothesis of migraine and to evaluate possible interictal differences in the two varieties of migraine by electrophysiological means.Expand
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Alpha Rhythm in Classical Migraine (Migraine with Aura): Abnormalities in the Headache-Free Interval
The alpha rhythm of 18 patients with classical migraine (migraine with aura) was studied by EEG spectrum analysis for evidence of neural abnormalities during the asymptomatic period. The temporalExpand
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Value of High Contrast Medium Dose in Brain CT
Fifty-five patients with brain lesions were examined by computed tomography (CT) after two doses of contrast medium: a bolus injection of 65% meglumine diatrizoate, 1 ml/kg, and a bolus injection ofExpand
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EXCRETION OF FREE AND CONJUGATED 5‐HIAA AND VMA IN URINE AND CONCENTRATION OF 5‐HIAA AND HVA IN CSF DURING MIGRAINE ATTACKS AND FREE INTERVALS
The DIAGNOSIS OF migraine is still based on clinical findings. However, everyday practice has forced us to check our attitude to old ideas. According to Water's study only half of migraine patientsExpand
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Effect of occlusal adjustment on mandibular dysfunction. A double-blind study.
A group of headache patients who also had many signs and symptoms of mandibular dysfunction were randomly assigned to treatment and placebo groups. All 48 patients in the treatment group receivedExpand
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Tolfenamic Acid, Metoclopramide, Caffeine and Their Combinations in The Treatment of Migraine Attacks
Tolfenamic acid is a fenamate which inhibits prostaglandin (PG) biosynthesis and may act as a PG antagonist as well. Caffeine and metoclopramide are used in combination with analgesics and ergotamineExpand
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The Efficacy and Safety of Subcutaneous Sumatriptan in the Acute Treatment of Menstrual Migraine
Objective To compare the efficacy and safety of subcutaneous sumatriptan with placebo in the treatment of menstrual migraine. Methods A double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group study wasExpand
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