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After greater occipital nerve block, most patients reported freedom from pain with supine positioning.
Areas for future research include studies validating the lesser known potential causes of rhinogenic headaches, specifically mucosal contact points.
A 1-hour treatment with external trigeminal nerve stimulation was found to alleviate pain in individuals with migraine without aura.
Most participants reported positive feedback in terms of satisfaction, lower side effects, and preference for galcanezumab compared with previous treatments.
Migraine with aura increased the risk for diffuse carotid thickening and migraine without aura was associated with a low risk for carotid plaques and arterial stiffening in middle-aged women.
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