Retinal Migraine - the Basics
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Retinal Migraine is marked by a variety of monocular (in one eye) visual disturbances, including, twinkling lights, decreased vision, or even temporary blindness.
The headache phase of a retinal Migraine begins during or within 60 minutes of the visual symptoms. The headache phase presents symptoms consistent with Migraine without aura...
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Published On: June 23, 2007