Premonitory symptoms in migraine without aura: a clinical investigation.


Thirty-three out of 100 patients affected by migraine without aura, reported premonitory symptoms in at least 50% of attacks and were considered to be affected by complete or premonitory common migraine. This group had a greater positive familiarity for migraine, a lower mean age of onset, and a higher average number of trigger factors compared with other… (More)


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@article{Santoro1990PremonitorySI, title={Premonitory symptoms in migraine without aura: a clinical investigation.}, author={Giusy Santoro and Francesco Bernasconi and Francesco Sessa and Achille Venco}, journal={Functional neurology}, year={1990}, volume={5 4}, pages={339-44} }