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common migraine

 

Definition: a form of migraine headache without the visual prodrome, which is not limited on one side of the head but nevertheless is recognizable as migraine because of the stereotyped course; the tendency to nausea, photophobia, and phonophobia; and the relief produced by sleep.

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