Abdominal Migraine

@article{Russell2002AbdominalM,
  title={Abdominal Migraine},
  author={G. Russell and I. Abu-Arafeh and D. K. Symon},
  journal={Pediatric Drugs},
  year={2002},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-8}
}
There is evidence to suggest that, in children, episodic abdominal pain occurring in the absence of headache may be a migrainous phenomenon. There are four separate strands of evidence for this: (i) the common co-existence of abdominal pain and migraine headaches; (ii) the similarity between children with episodic abdominal pain and children with migraine headaches, with respect to social and demographic factors, precipitating and relieving factors, and accompanying gastrointestinal… Expand
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