A hundred years ago: Migraine and ocular defects. Practitioner 2015;259 (1788):30

Migraine and ocular defect

22 Dec 2015Registered users

The responsibility of errors of refraction in causing headache is now an article of medical belief. But some of the many other manifestations of eye-strain are less widely known, such as the attacks of sickness of children, vertigo and certain migraines; the prescription of correcting lenses then may lead to rapid amelioration or complete relief from the trouble.

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