Migraine associated bilateral intracerebral haemorrhages.


The authors report a case of bilateral basal ganglionic haemorrhages which occurred during an attack of classical migraine. The patient had a history of migraine associated with aura of neurological deficit for 10 years and a history of arterial hypertension for 20 years, which was treated with propranolol. Intracerebral haemorrhage during an attack of… (More)


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