Knowledge, attitude and practice of general physicians related to migraine
Among many neurological problems, migraine is most commonly temporal or retro/intra-orbital. Diagnosis and treatment is must for the migraine on the basis of associated symptoms and duration of pain. Treatment must be either pharmacological or non-pharmacological, depends on the knowledge, attitude and practice of the physician. General physicians are the first counselor/consultant for the migraine. In this study we aimed to gather data regarding knowledge, attitudes, and practices of general physicians related to migraine, an area about which little is currently known.
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