Thaís Rodrigues Villa

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OBJECTIVE Evaluate the cognitive functions of children with migraine and compare them to A control group. METHOD 30 migraineur children and 30 control group children without migraine, age ranging from 8 to 12 years old, were subjected to a cognitive functions assessment with Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISCIII). RESULTS Although both(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the visual attention of children with migraine and compare it with a control group. Thirty migrainous children and 30 controls without headache were subjected to a visual attention assessment with Trail Making Tests (TMT) A/B, Letter Cancellation Test, and the Brazilian computerized test Visual Attention Test, third(More)
According to the second edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-II) 1 , migrain-ous infarction (MI) is a complication of migraine with aura. MI is diagnosed when one or more aura symptoms last longer than 60 minutes, and neuroradiological studies demonstrate ischemic stroke that potentially explains the symptoms. Stroke(More)
Approximately 1% of the general population suffers from vestibular migraine. Despite the recently published diagnostic criteria, it is still underdiagnosed condition. The exact neural mechanisms of vestibular migraine are still unclear, but the variability of symptoms and clinical findings both during and between attacks suggests an important interaction(More)
This study aimed to compare the visual attention performance of children newly diagnosed with migraine, children undergoing migraine prophylaxis, and a healthy control group. Eighty-two children aged 8 to 12 years were divided into 3 groups: untreated migraine (n = 30), migraine prophylaxis (n = 22), and control (n = 30). All were subjected to a visual(More)
BACKGROUND This study aimed to verify and compare central auditory processing (CAP) performance in migraine with and without aura patients and healthy controls. METHODS Forty-one volunteers of both genders, aged between 18 and 40 years, diagnosed with migraine with and without aura by the criteria of "The International Classification of Headache(More)
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