Palinopsia in patients with migraine: A case-control study

@article{Belcastro2011PalinopsiaIP,
  title={Palinopsia in patients with migraine: A case-control study},
  author={V. Belcastro and Letizia Maria Cupini and I. Corbelli and A. Pieroni and Cataldo D’Amore and S. Caproni and G. Gorgone and E. Ferlazzo and F. Di Palma and P. Sarchielli and Paolo Calabresi},
  journal={Cephalalgia},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={1004 - 999}
}
Objectives: This study was aimed at investigating the frequency of the visual phenomenon of palinopsia (visual perseveration) in patients with migraine. Methods: We interviewed 63 patients with migraine with aura (MwA), 137 patients with migraine without aura (MwoA) and 226 sex-age-matched healthy control subjects using an ad hoc structured interview/questionnaire. The interview was divided into four classes of variables for statistical testing. Results: Palinopsia occurred in 19/200 patients… Expand
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