The typical duration of migraine aura: a systematic review.

  title={The typical duration of migraine aura: a systematic review.},
  author={Michele Viana and Till Sprenger and Michaela Andelov{\'a} and Peter J Goadsby},
  journal={Cephalalgia : an international journal of headache},
  volume={33 7},
BACKGROUND According to ICHD-II, and as proposed for ICHD-III, non-hemiplegic migraine aura (NHMA) symptoms last between five and 60 minutes whereas hemiplegic migraine aura can be longer. In ICHD-III it is proposed to label aura longer than an hour and less than a week as probable migraine with aura. We tested whether this was appropriate based on the available literature. METHODS We performed a systematic literature search identifying articles pertaining to a typical or prolonged duration… CONTINUE READING
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