Most Cases Labeled as “Retinal Migraine” Are Not Migraine

@article{Hill2007MostCL,
  title={Most Cases Labeled as “Retinal Migraine” Are Not Migraine},
  author={D. L. Hill and R. Daroff and A. Ducros and N. Newman and V. Biousse},
  journal={Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology},
  year={2007},
  volume={27},
  pages={3-8}
}
Background: Monocular visual loss has often been labeled “retinal migraine.” Yet there is reason to believe that many such cases do not meet the criteria set out by the International Headache Society (IHS), which defines “retinal migraine” as attacks of fully reversible monocular visual disturbance associated with migraine headache and a normal neuro-ophthalmic examination between attacks. Methods: We performed a literature search of articles mentioning “retinal migraine,” “anterior visual… Expand
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