acephalgic migraine

a·ce·phal·gic mi·graine

a classic migraine episode in which the teichopsia is not followed by a headache.

a·ceph·al·gic mi·graine

(ā-se-fal'jik mī'grān)
A classic migraine episode in which the teichopsia is not followed by a headache.
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The condition, also called acephalgic migraine or migraine aura without headache, tends to occur more frequently as people get older.
Unusual visual phenomenon during acephalgic migraine.
Benign recurrent transient monocular blindness: a possible variant of acephalgic migraine.
Patients with acephalgic migraine (migraine aura without headache) may represent as many as 3% of migraineurs.
The terms acephalgic migraine or migraine equivalents have been replaced within the Classification and Diagnostic Criteria for Headache Disorders, Cranial Neuralgias and Facial Pain by the Headache Classification Committee of the International Headache Society.
While acephalgic migraine would fall into the category of migraine aura without headache, episodes of migraine aura without headache can occur in individuals with a history of classic migraine.