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Dr Richard Lipton and Dr Paul Martin debated the pros and cons of trigger avoidance in patients with migraine headache at the 2018 American Headache Society Annual Scientific Meeting in San Francisco, California.
The CaMEO study is a prospective, longitudinal web-based survey designed to characterize the impact of migraine on aspects of quality of life.
The investigators assessed participants for photophobia, unilateral location, phonophobia, exacerbation, nausea, pulsatility, sensory aura, pain level and frequency, visual aura, and allodynia features.
The treatment may be beneficial in patients whose acute migraine does not respond to standard treatment with intravenous metoclopramide.
The first-in-class migraine prevention drug will be available to patients within 1 week of the approval.
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