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  Migraine With Aura Diagnostic Criteria

 

Diagnostic : 4 Group A Criteria and 2 Group B Criteria
 
Group A
      At least 2 headache attacks by history, consistant with Groups B-E below
      Fully reversible visual or sensory or speech symptoms, and no motor weakness
      Headache also meets criteria for migraine without aura, beginning within 0-60 minutes of aura
      No other disease present that might cause headache or neurologic / visual changes
Group b
      Unilateral headache location
      At least 1 symptom that develops gradually (>5 min) or a variety of symptoms occurring in a sequence
      Various symptoms last between 5-60 minutes

 

 
     
 
Include literature references: Yes   No

 

 
References
  1. Dodick DW. Diagnosing headache: clinical clues and clinical rules. Adv Stud Med. 2003; 3(2): 87-92.
  2. EBMcalc CrossRef: Migraine without aura

 
Associated ICD10-CM Codes
 
   G43.809Other migraine, not intractable, without status migrainosus
   G43.909Migraine, unspecified, not intractable, without status migrainosus
   G43.109Migraine with aura, not intractable, without status migrainosus
   R51Headache
   G44.1Vascular headache, not elsewhere classified

 
Associated ICD9-CM Codes
 
   784.0Headache
   346.00Clsc migrne wo ntrc mgrn
   346.10Comn migrne wo ntrc mgrn
   346.90Migrne unsp wo ntrc mgrn
   346.80Othr migrne wo ntrc mgrn

 
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