Migraine: a spectrum of ideas
Leading experts in the field of migraine headache describe the numerous advances that have been made in the past two decades in understanding an illness that affects thirty percent of all women and ten percent of men. The volume includes an in-depth discussion of the state of migraine research today as well as the directions it will take in the future.
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Contribution of experimental studies
Genetic epidemiology of migraine
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