Refractory Migraine in a “Just World”

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Abstract

The “just world hypothesis” is the belief that a poor outcome to treatment always implies patient noncompliance. However, all disease states have a spectrum of severity, with the most severe end representing treatment failures despite compliant patients and excellent care. Some refractory headache patients represent this group of compliant patients, who had excellent care but who have bad disease.

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