Migraine in the infant and toddler.

  • C F Barlow
  • Published 1994 in Journal of child neurology
This report consists of 13 patients who on retrospective analysis had had periodic symptomatology in the first 2 years of life, and who on later evaluation were determined to have juvenile migraine. The commonest early expression consisted of vomiting, accompanied by behavioral change. Seven of 13 showed some indication of headache. Other symptoms such as… (More)