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Migraine (book)

Migraine, is the first book written by Oliver Sacks, the well known neurologist and author with a practice in New York city. The book was first published in 1970 and revised in 1992.

In addition to describing the nature of migraine and treaments for migraine, Sacks explores in some depth the neuro-phsychological aspects of migraine. As with Sacks' other writings, his use of case histories and his emphasis on the wholeness and dignity of each patient makes this account of migraine particularly compelling.



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