Epidemiology of vertigo, migraine and vestibular migraine

@article{Lempert2009EpidemiologyOV,
  title={Epidemiology of vertigo, migraine and vestibular migraine},
  author={Thomas Lempert and Hannelore Neuhauser},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={256},
  pages={333-338}
}
Both migraine and vertigo are common in the general population with lifetime prevalences of about 16 % for migraine and 7 % for vertigo. Therefore, a concurrence of the two conditions can be expected in about 1.1 % of the general population by chance alone. However, recent epidemiological evidence suggests that the actual comorbidity is higher, namely 3.2 %. This can be explained by the fact that several dizziness and vertigo syndromes occur more frequently in migraineurs than in controls… Expand
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