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Lisa Gfrerer, Daniel Y Maman, Oren Tessler, William G Austen
BACKGROUND: Low efficacy, significant side effects, and refractory patients often limit the medical treatment of migraine headache. However, new surgical options have emerged. Dr. Bahman Guyuron and others report response rates between 68 and 95 percent after surgical deactivation of migraine trigger sites in select patients. In an effort to replicate and expand migraine trigger-site deactivation surgery as a treatment option, the authors' group and others have developed nonendoscopic algorithms...
October 2014: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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