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Migraine in Children: Preventive Pharmacologic Treatments

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Migraine in Children: Preventive Pharmacologic Treatments
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Publisher: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
ISBN/ASIN: 1491058684
ISBN-13: 9781491058688
Number of pages: 207

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We performed a systematic review of original studies published in English that examined episodic or chronic migraine and rates of complete cessation or reduction of monthly migraine frequency by 50 percent, reduction in migraine-related disability, and improvement in quality of life with off-label drugs.

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