Headache | Rhinology & Paranasal Sinus Disease
Migraine frequency and disability are increased in patients with allergic, mixed and non allergic rhinitis: results from the MARS study
VT Martin*, FR Taylor, J Ellison, G Martin, L Levin, E Al-Shaikh, J Bernstein
*Corresponding author: VT Martin
Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA
F1000Posters 2012, 3: 645 (poster) [English]
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54th American Headache Society Annual Meeting 2012, 21 - 24 Jun 2012, P44
Rhinitis occurs in 40-65% of patients with migraine headache, but its relationship with the frequency and disability of migraines are unknown.
The frequency and disability of migraines is increased in patients with allergic, mixed and non allergic rhinitis. The greater effect however was seen in those with a non allergic phenotype (mixed and non allergic rhinitis).
To investigate the mechanisms through which allergic, mixed and non allergic rhinitis affect the frequency and disability of migraine headache.
This work was supported by a grant from Glaxo Smith Kline. Corresponding author Vicent Martin is a consultant for Nautilus, Allergan, Zogenix and Nupathe. He is also a speaker for Allergan and Zogenix.
GSK, Grant number Unknown
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