Migraine Aura Without Headache

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A visual aura, consisting of partial loss of vision or scintillating scotoma, precedes the headache in about a quarter of migraineurs. Occasionally people in their 50’s or 60’s, whether or not they have a history of migraine, develop attacks consisting of the aura only. They are often misdiagnosed as having TIA’s or strokes. The attacks are usually infrequent and no treatment is needed. They last about 30 minutes whereas TIA’s last less than 5 minutes.

Dr. Florin is committed to treating all patients compassionately with state-of-the-art techniques while maintaining their dignity and independence. He views each patient encounter as a collaboration. Dr Florin has over 35 years of experience. He is Adjunct Clinical Professor at Keck School of Medicine (USC) and is the founder and medical director of the Fullerton Neurology and Headache Center. He has been recognized by the Orange County Medical Association as a Physician of Excellence in Neurology. US News and World Report ranks him in the top 10% of neurologists nationwide.

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