Neuropsychologic symptoms in the migraine syndrome.

Abstract

Twenty patients with complex neuropsychologic symptoms associated with classic migraine were selected from a group of 200 patients with vascular headache. Twenty types of symptoms were found and grouped into six categories (language, visual symptoms, cognitive-dysmnesic symptoms, olfactory-gustatory hallucinations, automatisms, and somatosensory symptoms… (More)

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