The 2020 Migraine World Summit begins March 18, 2020

Migraine, Vision and Occipital Neuralgia

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Key Questions
  • What is the difference between migraine aura and occipital neuralgia?
  • Can visual symptoms occur in between migraine attacks?
  • What is cortical spreading depression and how does it relate to migraine aura?
Interview Notes

Find more about Kathleen Digre, MD and her work here:

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Kathleen Digre, MD

Professor of Neuro-Opthamology
University of Utah

Dr. Kathleen B. Digre specializes in neuro-ophthalmology and headache which includes disorders such as photophobia and visual loss as well as headache disorders such as migraine. Over her prestigious career she has won multiple awards and has taken several leadership positions, including her current role as President-Elect of the American Headache Society. She has authored over 100 peer reviewed articles, chapters and reviews. Dr. Digre is a neurologist, ophthalmologist and is board certified in headache medicine. She practices at the John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

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