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Migraine is the most prevalent primary headache in individuals with temporomandibular disorders.

@article{Franco2010MigraineIT,
  title={Migraine is the most prevalent primary headache in individuals with temporomandibular disorders.},
  author={A. L. Franco and D. Gonçalves and S. M. Castanharo and J. Speciali and M. Bigal and C. M. Camparis},
  journal={Journal of orofacial pain},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          287-92
        }
}
AIMS To assess the prevalence of primary headaches (HA) in adults with temporomandibular disorders (TMD) who were assessed in a specialty orofacial pain clinic, as well as in controls without TMD. METHODS The sample consisted of 158 individuals with TMD seen at a university-based specialty clinic, as well as 68 controls. The Research Diagnostic Criteria for TMD were used to diagnose the TMD patients. HAs were assessed using a structured interview and classified according to the Second Edition… Expand
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