Saturday, 23 November 2013

Hemiphegic Migraine Headaches - The Diseases associated with

Hemipheric Migraine Headaches
Hemiphegic Migraine headache is defined as a severe and rare condition of of migraine with aura. Headache pain of a migraine may precede with temporary chemical imbalances, as the levels of the serotonin, dopamine or norepinephrine in the brain have become too low or too high, affecting transmit messages. Hemiphegic Migraine headache occurs 5 to 90 minutes before the onset of the headache, but sometime through the duration of the headache.
Diseases associated with Hemiphegic Migraine Headaches
1. Sturge-Weber syndrome
 Sturge-Weber syndrome is defined as a condition of is a rare neurological and skin disorder presented at birth with a port-wine stain birthmark on the face, glaucoma, seizures, mental retardation, etc., researchers suggested that prolonged HM attacks are associated with complex changes of both cerebral perfusion and glucose metabolism. A pathophysiological model explaining both the association between SWS/HM and the observed imaging changes is presented(3)

2. Cytotoxic edema
Cytotoxic edema is defined as a condition of swelling of all the cellular elements of the brain , as a result of the failure of ATP-dependent ion (sodium and c
alcium) transport.According to the University of Colorado School of Medicine, there are associated of the presumed HM and late cytotoxic edema.(4)

3. Recessive twinkle mutations
In the reports of 20-year follow-up of 23 patients has shown that refractory status epilepticus, migraine-like headaches and severe psychiatric symptoms are also pathognomonic for the disease, All adolescent patients have experienced phases of severe migraine, and seven patients had antipsychotic medication. Epilepsia partialis continua occurred in 15 patients leading to generalized epileptic statuses in 13 of them. Eight of these patients have died (11)

4. Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS) 
Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS) is a sporadic disease is defined as a condition of slow and progressive atrophy affecting one side of the face, the skin, the subcutaneous tissue, the muscles, the cartilages, and the underlying bony structures with neurological symptoms usually include focal epilepsy, migraine, and unilateral brain lesions on the same side as the atrophy(12)

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