MRI angiography of a patient before and during alcohol-induced cluster headache.


A 25-year-old man, subject to bouts of left supraorbital cluster headache on an annual basis over the previous 8 years, volunteered for MRI angiography during an active period. Studies were conducted before and during a typical cluster headache attack induced by alcohol. MRI angiography failed to show dilatation of the ophthalmic artery on either the… (More)


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