Rajmond Pikula

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BACKGROUND Migraine headaches have been linked to compression, irritation, or entrapment of peripheral nerves in the head and neck at muscular, fascial, and vascular sites. The frontal region is a trigger for many patients' symptoms, and the possibility for compression of the supratrochlear nerve by the corrugator muscle has been indirectly implied. To(More)
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