An Unusual Case of Migraine Accompaniments With Permanent Sequela - A Case Report

A woman aged 44 had recurrent migrainous scintillating scotomas without headache one or more times daily beginning before the age of 7

C.M. Fisher

2005

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  • A woman aged 44 had recurrent migrainous scintillating scotomas without headache one or more times daily beginning before the age of 7
  • A left homonymous hemianopia persisted. During convalesence she experienced unusually vivid hallucinations in the hemianopic field and on phenytoin sodium therapy two sets of hallucinations ran at the same time
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