The migraine attack is classically divided into the prodromal, aura, headache and postdromal phase. Previous studies have highlighted non-headache symptoms associated with migraine occurring during the prodromal or postdromal phase. This study aimed to track the evolution of non-headache symptoms throughout all phases of the migraine attack. We also wished to delineate the phenotype of patients with more symptomatic migraine episodes and explore the association between non-painful symptoms and migraine disease activity and patients' disability.

Tracking the evolution of non-headache symptoms through the migraine attack

Messina, Roberta;Cetta, Ilaria;Filippi, Massimo
2022-01-01

Abstract

The migraine attack is classically divided into the prodromal, aura, headache and postdromal phase. Previous studies have highlighted non-headache symptoms associated with migraine occurring during the prodromal or postdromal phase. This study aimed to track the evolution of non-headache symptoms throughout all phases of the migraine attack. We also wished to delineate the phenotype of patients with more symptomatic migraine episodes and explore the association between non-painful symptoms and migraine disease activity and patients' disability.
Clinical phenotype
Disability
Migraine
Non-headache symptoms
Female
Humans
Retrospective Studies
Headache
Migraine Disorders
Epilepsy
Headache Disorders, Secondary
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