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Archive of: May, 2014

May 2014

Many of you, having read these blogs over the past few years, will have recognised that migraine pops up time and again as a feature of Hughes Syndrome. Often severe and ‘hemiplegic’, the migraine tendency in Hughes Syndrome can go back to childhood or the teens and commonly, and very dramatically, can be cured in Hughes Syndrome patients with blood thinning treatment. And yet, sadly, the link goes unrecognised. There is an even more important message: it has long been recognised that patients with migraine have an increased risk of TIA and stroke – all three being known features of Hughes Syndrome.

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