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mi·graine

 (mī′grān′)
n.
A severe recurring headache, usually affecting only one side of the head, characterized by sharp pain and often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and visual disturbances.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin hēmicrānia, from Greek hēmikrāniā : hēmi-, hemi- + krānion, head; see ker- in Indo-European roots.]

mi·grain′ous adj.

migraine

(ˈmiːɡreɪn; ˈmaɪ-)
n
(Pathology) a throbbing headache usually affecting only one side of the head and commonly accompanied by nausea and visual disturbances
[C18: (earlier form, C14 mygrame megrim1): from French, from Late Latin hēmicrānia pain in half of the head, from Greek hēmikrania, from hemi- + kranion cranium]
ˈmigrainous adj

mi•graine

(ˈmaɪ greɪn or, Brit., ˈmi-)

n.
a severe, recurrent headache characterized by pressure or throbbing beginning on one side of the head and accompanied by nausea and other disturbances.
[1325–75; Middle English < Middle French < Late Latin hēmicrānia < Greek hemikranion; see hemi-, cranium. compare megrim]
mi•grain′ous, adj.

mi·graine

(mī′grān′)
A severe, throbbing headache, often accompanied by nausea, that usually affects only one side of the head and tends to recur.

migraine

A severe headache often accompanied by blurred vision and nausea. It can be caused by stress or certain foods, or the tendency may have been inherited.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.migraine - a severe recurring vascular headachemigraine - a severe recurring vascular headache; occurs more frequently in women than men
cephalalgia, head ache, headache - pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs
Translations
صُداع نِصْفيصُدَاعٌ نِصْفِيٌّ
migréna
migræne
migreeni
migrena
migrén
mígreni, heilakveisa, höfuîverkur
片頭痛
편두통
migrena
migrēna
migréna
migrän
อาการปวดศรีษะเพียงข้างเดียว
chứng đau nửa đầu

migraine

[ˈmiːgreɪn]
A. Njaqueca f, migraña f
I've got a migrainetengo jaqueca or migraña
B. CPD migraine attack Nataque m de jaqueca or migraña
migraine sufferer N this will benefit migraine sufferersesto beneficiará a los que padecen de jaqueca or migraña

migraine

[ˈmiːgreɪn ˈmaɪgreɪn] nmigraine f
to have a migraine → avoir la migraine
I've got a migraine → J'ai la migraine.
to suffer from migraines → souffrir de migraines

migraine

nMigräne f

migraine

[ˈmiːgreɪn] nemicrania

migraine

(ˈmiːgrein) , ((American) ˈmai-) noun
(an attack of) a type of very severe headache, often accompanied by vomiting and difficulty in seeing. She suffers from migraine.

migraine

صُدَاعٌ نِصْفِيٌّ migréna migræne Migräne ημικρανία migraña migreeni migraine migrena emicrania 片頭痛 편두통 migraine migrene migrena enxaqueca мигрень migrän อาการปวดศรีษะเพียงข้างเดียว migren chứng đau nửa đầu 偏头痛

mi·graine

n. migraña, jaqueca, ataques severos de dolor de cabeza que gen. se manifiestan en un solo lado acompañados de visión alterada y en algunos casos de náuseas y vómitos.

migraine

(fam) migraine headache. V. headache.
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The International Headache Society (IHS) identified benign paroxysmal vertigo (BPV), benign paroxysmal torticollis, cyclic vomiting, and abdominal migraine as periodic syndromes of childhood and stated that these conditions were precursors of migraine (13).
At least five episodic syndromes in children can precede pediatric and adult migraine, including infant colic, benign paroxysmal torticollis, benign paroxysmal vertigo, abdominal migraine, and cyclical vomiting syndrome, said Dr.
A differential diagnosis of lead poisoning, acute intermittent porphyria and abdominal migraine were considered and the patient was investigated for the same.
Abdominal migraine is a brain-gut disorder and is considered to be a spectrum of disorder with cyclical vomiting syndrome and cranial migraine.
Triptans have proved effective against acute attacks of both migraine and abdominal migraine, and eventually may be found useful for infantile colic.
The UCSF team next plans to study a group of colicky babies over the course of their childhood to see if they develop other childhood periodic syndromes, such as abdominal migraine.
After complaining of blurred vision and dizziness, which the family thought may be down to the side-effects of drugs given for what the hospital said may be abdominal migraine, James decided to take Cameron for a routine eye check-up.
Abdominal migraine (AM) affects 1% to 4% of children and is a variation of migraine headaches.
We put it down to the possible side effects from tablets he had been prescribed to counteract abdominal migraine.
Abdominal migraine is an idiopathic disorder that is characterized by moderate to severe midline abdominal pain lasting 1-72 hours associated with vasomotor symptoms, nausea, and vomiting.