|Migraine is a familiar disorder characterized by recurrent attacks of pulsatile headache usually unilateral widely variable in intensity, frequency and duration. It is a disorder with numerous manifestations that can involve the brain, the eye and the autonomous nervous system. It is the most common cause of headache which is a neurovascular disease and it often associated with visual disturbances, nausea, vomiting, and hallucinations. It is a benign and reoccurring syndrome of headache associated with other symptoms of neurological dysfunction in varying admixture. Migraine, the most common cause of headache, afflicts approximately 15% of woman and 6% of men. About 60% of patients with headaches have tension-type headaches, 35% have migraine and 5% have cluster headaches. A family history of migraine is present in 90% of sufferers.
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