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Is It Complicated Migraine or Complicated Case of Migraine?
Author(s): Raghavendra Bakki Sannegowda, Bhawna Sharma, Cynthia Amrutha Sukumaran and Navin Ashok PatilRaghavendra Bakki Sannegowda, Bhawna Sharma, Cynthia Amrutha Sukumaran and Navin Ashok Patil
Migraine with aura usually presents with scintillating scotomas and lines in visual fields. Motor manifestations in the form of hemiplegia can occur as an aura in migraine patients (classical migraine) and considered as hemiplegic migraine (a complicated migraine) which is usually seen in childhood. Combination of classical and common migraine is quite rare and association with hemiplegic migraine is further an uncommon entity. We report a case of common migraine with classical migraine associated with episodes of hemiplegic migraine in an adult patient. .. View More»