Routine neuroimaging offers no additional benefits for most people with migraines

Takeaway

  • Clinically relevant neuroimaging abnormalities are rarely seen in people with migraine who have no unusual features.

Why this matters

    Adults with migraine and unusual clinical features often have abnormalities which require attention and should be imaged; however, in the absence of atypical features, neuroimaging is usually not needed.

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