2020
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.90285
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Francesco Simonacci, Nicolò Bertozzi, Gianluigi Lago, Carlo Fante, Giuseppe Sanese, Edoardo Raposio

Abstract: Migraine headache (MH) is a very common disorder affecting 10-12% of the world's adult population. The first line therapy for migraine is usually a combination of conservative treatments but some patients seem to be refractory. For this group of patients, the minimally invasive surgical treatment of migraine might offer a solution. Migraine is usually caused by extracranial sensitive nerve compression due vascular, fascial or muscular structures nearby. The aim of migraine surgery is to relieve such compressio…

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