Cutaneous allodynia more prevalent in migraine and probable migraine than in tension-type headache

The results of a study performed on a sample of the general Korean population show a significantly higher prevalence of cutaneous allodynia (CA) in migraine and probable migraine. Furthermore, the presence of CA increases both migraine symptom severity and associated disability.

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