A novel drug-device may not only be a promising non-oral triptan acute migraine treatment, but may be more efficacious than its oral counterpart.
Do you have a patient with "radiologically isolated syndrome" -- and, if so, what do you tell your patient?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation is a promising, effective, well-tolerated and safe treatment option for migraine with and without aura, episodic or chronic.
Knowing the direction of the headache's origin, while clinically difficult to ascertain on a consistent basis, has shown some predictive value for migraines.
Five recent studies offer new insights on migraine headaches-- its pathophysiologic underpinnings and various modes of therapy.
Here: highlights from a systematic review that these authors view as a substantial step forward in establishing an evidence-based approach to migraine treatment in the acute care setting.
So many good headache studies . . . so little time! Here's a little help.