Prevalence and clinical features of abdominal migraine compared with those of migraine headache.

@article{AbuArafeh1995PrevalenceAC,
  title={Prevalence and clinical features of abdominal migraine compared with those of migraine headache.},
  author={Ishaq A Abu-Arafeh and George Russell},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={1995},
  volume={72 5},
  pages={413-7}
}
The prevalence and clinical features of migraine headache and abdominal migraine were studied in the well defined population of Aberdeen schoolchildren. Ten per cent of all children (2165) aged 5-15 years were given a questionnaire inquiring, among other symptoms, about the history of headache and abdominal pain over the past year. A total of 1754 children (81%) responded. Children with at least two episodes of severe headache and/or sever abdominal pain, attributed by the parents either to… CONTINUE READING

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