Ultrasound may help assess migraine treatment:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ultrasound may help doctors judge the effectiveness of drug treatment for migraine, claims Dr Chin-Sang Chung of the Samsung Medical Centre in Seoul. Patients who responded to drugs showed reduced blood flow velocities, as measured by transcranial doppler, Reuters reports Dr Chung as saying at the International Neurosonology meeting in Winston-Salem.
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