Case Study of Recurrent, Episodic Migraine

05.14.2018 - By Focus on Neurology and Psychiatry

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Guest: Nada Ahmad Hindiyeh, MD

It’s not uncommon to see a patient, who has had migraines since childhood but no formal diagnosis of migraine. In this case, Dr. Nada Hindiyeh, Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford School of Medicine, walks us through the steps taken when diagnosing a patient. She, also, stresses the importance of the patients' understanding the diagnosis and properly deciding a treatment option. Rethinking Migraines is sponsored by Lilly. Content for this a non-certified educational series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. This series is intended for health care professionals only

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