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Patients with migraine correctly estimate the visual verticality
Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery,

Crevits L et al. – Patients with moderately severe migraine under prophylactic medication correctly estimate the visual verticality in the headache–free period. It is suggested that a deviation of subjective visual vertical (SVV) in a headache–free migraine patient may not be attributed to his migraine disorder as such regardless whether kinetosis is associated.

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