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Migraine - Diagnosis


The diagnostic delay in migraine disease

In a 2017 global study evaluating disease burden, headache disorders—most commonly identified as migraine—were the 2nd most disabling disease.1 Assuming a 7.4 billion population in 2016, the global prevalence of migraine is estimated to be approximately 14%2, however, up to 45% of headache patients still seek care at headache centers around the

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