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Migraine an undiagnosed cause of headache

It is surprising that many migraine sufferers are not initially diagnosed. Although the condition is fairly well known, there are also many other causes of headache, and the diagnsosis of migraine is not always straight forward. See the introduction to migraine or other causes of headache (and types of headache).

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