Migraine-related vertigo: The challenge of the

Migraine-related vertigo: The challenge of the basic sciences

“In summary, the available evidence hitherto suggests that MRV is more likely related to migraine headache mechanisms than to migraine aura. The vestibular dysfunction is probably mainly located at the level of the brainstem and possibly the cerebellum, but may be expressed as a peripheral vestibular syndrome. Finally, the watchword “towards” in the title of the review ‘Migraine-related vertigo: towards a distinctive entity’ seems fully justified, just as the call for concerted clinical and basic studies in the field of MRV [8]. We hope that our clinical effort will be used to motivate further hypothesis driven research and productive debate with basic sciences.”

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