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Effective treatment of migraine. Terminating acute attacks, reducing their frequency.
Postgrad Med. 2004 Apr; 115(4):28-30, 33-4, 38 passim.PM

Abstract

Migraine is the headache most commonly encountered in primary care practice. In one US population survey, 17.6% of women and 6% of men reported migraine. Specific, effective treatment options for migraine are increasingly available, helping to reinforce how important it is that this common and sometimes disabling condition be recognized by primary care physicians.

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University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine.No affiliation info available

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

15095534

Citation

Pringsheim, Tamara, and John Edmeads. "Effective Treatment of Migraine. Terminating Acute Attacks, Reducing Their Frequency." Postgraduate Medicine, vol. 115, no. 4, 2004, 28-30, 33-4, 38 passim.
Pringsheim T, Edmeads J. Effective treatment of migraine. Terminating acute attacks, reducing their frequency. Postgrad Med. 2004;115(4):28-30, 33-4, 38 passim.
Pringsheim, T., & Edmeads, J. (2004). Effective treatment of migraine. Terminating acute attacks, reducing their frequency. Postgraduate Medicine, 115(4), 28-30, 33-4, 38 passim.
Pringsheim T, Edmeads J. Effective Treatment of Migraine. Terminating Acute Attacks, Reducing Their Frequency. Postgrad Med. 2004;115(4):28-30, 33-4, 38 passim. PubMed PMID: 15095534.
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