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Symptoms of Autonomic Dysfunction Among Those With Persistent Posttraumatic Headache Attributed to Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Comparison to Migraine and Healthy Controls

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Most persistent posttraumatic headaches (PPTH) have a phenotype that meets diagnostic criteria for migraine or probable migraine. Although symptoms of autonomic dysfunction have been well described among those with migraine, the presence and relative severity of such symptoms among those with PPTH have yet to be reported.
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Keywords: autonomic dysfunction; migraine; orthostatic intolerance; posttraumatic headache; traumatic brain injury

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2018

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