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Basilar Migraine

Basilar Migraine: Introduction

A form of migraine variant occurring mostly in adolescent girls or young women where the headache is associated with other symptoms such as ataxia, tinnitus, nausea, diplopia, syncope and dizziness. ...more »

Symptoms of Basilar Migraine

Treatments for Basilar Migraine

  • Lie in darkened room
  • Analgesics - paracetamol, aspirin
  • Antiemetic (nausea medication) eg metoclopromide
  • Migraine medications - eg sumatryptan, ergotamine
  • Migraine prophylaxis (preventative medications) - beta-blockers eg propanolol, 5-HT antagonist eg methysergide, pizotifen
  • more treatments...»

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Basilar Migraine: Deaths

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Causes of Basilar Migraine

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