How migraine without aura affects cognition

Patients who suffer from migraine without aura (MwoA) perform worse on a range of cognitive tests compared with the general population, according to an Italian study.

However, although the scores were lower they were still inside normal ranges, the data shows.

“The results support the importance of searching for subclinical cognitive disturbances in patients with MwoA, who deserve to be followed up to

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