Migraine-Associated Vomiting and Asystole in a Child
A variety of symptoms that accompany migraine in the child and adult are mediated by the autonomic nervous system. Significant effects on cardiac rhythm are uncommon, but can be life threatening. We describe a 3-year-old girl in whom migraine-associated vomiting precipitated cardiac asystole which was effectively treated with a cardiac pacemaker.
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