Subarachnoid hemorrhage must be ruled out in patients with acute onset of severe headache.
Although decreased blood flow velocity correlates with arterial dilatation, studies using transcranial Doppler ultrasound to evaluate intracranial vasodilatation during migraine report conflicting results.
In patients with migraine, structural and functional changes occur in brain regions that are not directly involved in processing pain signals.
Clinicians should closely monitor patients with atrial fibrillation, especially if they are female and of increasing age.
Persistent asthma was found to be associated with an increased frequency of migraine.
Standardized definitions were proposed for stroke, hypoxic-ischemic injury, and cerebral hemorrhage.
Patients receiving treatment with vitamin K antagonists (VKA) or antiplatelet agents face a significantly increased risk of mortality within 24 hours of intracranial hemorrhage.
Neurofilament light chain, a blood biomarker, demonstrated high accuracy for distinguishing atypical parkinsonian disorders from Parkinson’s disease.