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Headache. 1996 May;36(5):332-4.

Migraine and angina pectoris by coronary artery spasm.

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Department of Neurology, CHU Bretonneau, Tours, France.


A migrainous patient who experienced chest pain attributed to angina pectoris by coronary artery spasm during a migraine attack is reported. Previous reports have already mentioned the association of these two conditions and suggested that it might be the manifestation of a generalized vasospastic disorder. This new report offers an opportunity to review and discuss the available data on such an association.

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