CEPHALALGIA, vol.35, no.9, pp.792-800, 2015 (Journal Indexed in SCI)
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Title of Journal :
Women, gender, migraine, aura, headache symptoms, attack duration, intensity, photophobia, nausea, phonophobia, SEX-RELATED DIFFERENCES, CLINICAL-FEATURES, CEREBRAL ACTIVATION, RISK-FACTORS, PAIN, PREVALENCE, IMPACT, EPIDEMIOLOGY, DISABILITY, BURDEN
Background and aims Migraine headache is one of the most common primary headache disorders and is three times more prevalent in women than in men, especially during the reproductive ages. The neurobiological basis of the female dominance has been partly established. The present study aimed to investigate the effect of gender on the headache manifestations in migraine patients.