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Robert W. Baloh

, Vicente Honrubia

, and Kevin A. Kerber

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date: 12 May 2021

Migraine is a complex multigenetic disorder that renders one susceptible to vascular and chemical changes in the brain that can lead to many different symptoms.1 The hallmark feature of the disorder is severe attacks of headaches. However, migraine is also characterized by many other features, including dizziness, visual phenomenon, hypersensitivities to sensory stimuli, nausea, paresthesias, and even frank focal weakness in some cases.

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