Diagnostic Criteria For Migraine

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Diagnostic Criteria For Migraine Without Aura

  1. At least 5 attacks.
  2. Duration 4-72 hours.
  3. Two of the following 4 criteria: unilateral, pulsating, moderate to severe intensity, worsening with routine physical activity, especially bending over.
  4. At least 1 of the following: nausea and / or vomiting, photophobia and phonophobia.

Diagnostic Criteria For Migraine With Aura

  1. At least 2 attacks.
  2. One or more of the following reversible aura symptoms: visual, sensory, speech and / or language, motor, brainstem, retinal.
  3. At least 2 of the following 4:
    • If 2 or more aura symptoms, gradual spread over greater than 5 minutes or occurring in succession.
    • Each aura symptom lasting 5-60 minutes.
    • At least 1 aura symptom is unilateral.
    • The aura is accompanied by or followed within 60 minutes by headache.

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