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Corneal Nerves in Migraine Patients

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Title:  Corneal Nerves in Migraine Patients
Author:  Kinard, Krista MD
Date:  04/16/2014
Keywords/Main Subjects: Migraine; Corneal nerves; Enlarged corneal nerves; Corneal neuropathy; Substance P migraine
Secondary CORE Category:  External Disease and CorneaSystemic Disorders with Corneal Changes/ Enlarged Corneal Nerves
Diagnosis: Migraine
Brief Description: This is a research presentation of a study evaluating the corneal nerves in migraine patients. Migraine patients did show corneal neuropathy and this finding is discussed in detail.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_15503
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