Classic Migraine With Cerebral Cortical Infarction Causing Permanent Hemianopia

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A patient with typical classic migraine, including clear-cut visual auras, who had been followed up clinically for more than 15 years developed permanent right homonymous hemianopia. The underlying cause of this clinical syndrome was established by computerized axial tomography as vascular infarction or ischemia, involving the contralateral visual cortex.

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