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Bilateral persistent ophthalmoplegia in a patient with migraine: persistent migraine aura without infarction?

Bilateral persistent ophthalmoplegia in a patient with migraine: persistent migraine aura without infarction?

Source :

https://casereports.bmj.com/content/14/4/e242099.abstract

Migraine auras typically last for 5-60 min. An aura that persists for more than a week without evidence of infarction on neuroimaging is called persistent aura without infarction. Persistent migraine aura without infarction is usually described with visual auras. Herein, we are reporting a 24-year-old man who had an attack of a headache with diplopia, vertigo and tinnitus.

  • from Doctor Unite 3 weeks
    Brian Rubin-amazed to learn that migraine auras can last up tp 60 minutes.
  • 3 weeks 3 days
    So many interesting manifestation in migraine.