Migraine sine headache refers to a syndrome which produces neurological deficits associated with migraine aura (e.g. visual disturbances, pins and needles). However, unlike in migraine with aura, migraine sine headache does not progress from aura symptoms to headache symptoms. Migraine sine headache refers to a migraine aura which occurs in the absence of headache pain symptoms.



For more information about migraine and its different subtypes and treatments, see Migraine.

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