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Female vs. Male Migraine: They’re Not the Same


 

Key clinical point: Gender-related differences should be kept in mind when it comes to experiments and treatment approaches for migraine patients

Major finding: Female migraine patients were found to be more anxious, compared with male patients. They also had “more severe impairment in attentive processing of visual stimuli than their male counterparts,” noted the investigators.

Study details: Forty-six migraine patients without aura (23 females) and 46 age-matched healthy controls (23 females) were evaluated and analyzed using a three-stimulus oddball paradigm.

Disclosures: None.

Citation: Guo Y, et al. J Headache Pain. 2019;20(1):38. doi: 10.1186/s10194-019-0995-y .

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