Introduction: Basilar artery migraine


Basilar artery migraine: Migraine related to the brain's major artery.

Basilar artery migraine: Basilar artery migraine involves a disturbance of a major brain artery at the base of the brain. Preheadache symptoms include vertigo, double vision, and poor muscular coordination. This type of migraine occurs primarily in adolescent and young adult women and is often associated with the menstrual cycle.1

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1. excerpt from Headache - Hope Through Research: NINDS

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