AHS 2016 Coverage
Huma Sheikh, MD, discusses some of her top picks from presentations made at the 2016 AHS annual meeting.
It wasn't possible to determine if vitamin supplementation could help prevent migraines.
Previous analysis showed that treatment reduced chronic migraine frequency.
Minor surgical intervention may relieve post-traumatic headaches.
The work/study normally measure was significantly improved in TEV-48125-treated participants.
Over 50% of participants reported having an inadequate response to treatment.
Sensory hallucinations are commonly associated with migraines.
Thirty-five percent of participants reported new or worsening headache at 5 years post-injury.
A 17% increase in CRP was observed in females with migraine.
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