Ineffective acute treatment of episodic migraine is associated with new-onset chronic migraine.

@article{Lipton2015IneffectiveAT,
  title={Ineffective acute treatment of episodic migraine is associated with new-onset chronic migraine.},
  author={Richard B. Lipton and Kristina M. Fanning and Daniel Serrano and M. L. Reed and Roger Cady and Dawn C. Buse},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2015},
  volume={84 7},
  pages={688-95}
}
OBJECTIVE To test the hypothesis that ineffective acute treatment of episodic migraine (EM) is associated with an increased risk for the subsequent onset of chronic migraine (CM). METHODS In the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention Study, respondents with EM in 2006 who completed the Migraine Treatment Optimization Questionnaire (mTOQ-4) and provided outcome data in 2007 were eligible for analyses. The mTOQ-4 is a validated questionnaire that assesses treatment efficacy based on 4… CONTINUE READING
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