Ophthalmoplegic migraine: diagnostic criteria, incidence of hospitalization and possible etiology.
Ophthalmoplegic migraine: A critical analysis and a new proposal.
Lepra reaction was found in one patient and ophthalmoplegic migraine was found in one patient.
8 patients had diabetic third nerve palsy, followed by ophthalmoplegic migraine in 3 patients.
Ophthalmoplegic migraine: A recurrent-demyelinating neuropathy?
Magnetic resonance imaging in ophthalmoplegic migraine of children.
These symptoms can be located into a specific migraine syndrome, such as " migraine with aura", "aura without migraine",, "retinal migraine" and the "ophthalmoplegic migraine".
Key words: Retinal migraine, ophthalmoplegic migraine, aura, visual symptoms, differential diagnoses.
The persistence of Adie's pupil after remission from ophthalmoplegic migraines in this patient was similar to two reported cases: one patient (20) exhibited transient Adie's pupil associated with migraine with aura, and another manifested a permanent deficit of the third cranial nerve after an ophthalmoplegic-migraine attack.
Adie's Pupil Ophthalmoplegic Migraine Associated Ocular/extraocular Headache with etiology diseases (Ross syndrome, migraine-like features and celiac disease, ocular motor impairment, amyloidosis, diabetes, mainly third and sixth autoimmune hepatitis, cranial nerves 22.
There are several different types of migraines including: hemiplegic migraines, in which patients suffer temporary paralysis on one side of the body; ophthalmoplegic
migraines, which cause pain around the eyes and is associated with a droopy eyelid, double vision and other sight problems; basilar artery migraines, which include vertigo, double vision and poor muscular coordination; menstrual migraines, which are caused by fluctuating hormone levels; and several others.
Improvement in the diagnostic imaging like MRI, increases the likelihood of the detection of the tumor(schwannoma) as chronic headache may mimic ophthalmoplegic