Migraine and the Extrapyramidal System

  title={Migraine and the Extrapyramidal System},
  author={P. Barbanti and G. Fabbrini},
  pages={11 - 2}
  • P. Barbanti, G. Fabbrini
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Cephalalgia
  • This review explores a large series of observations from clinical and experimental studies on the interactions between migraine and the extrapyramidal system (EPS). A critical appraisal of these data suggests that the EPS is somehow involved in migraine. However, primary involvement of the EPS in the pathophysiology of migraine, as hinted at by the apparent concomitance of migraine, extrapyramidal symptoms and diseases, as well as by the common involvement of neurotransmitters and pathways… CONTINUE READING
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