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Insulin induced hypoglycaemia in migraine
  1. John Pearce
  1. Combined Neurological Service, Hull Royal Infirmary, Hull


    Insulin induced hypoglycaemia produced migrainous symptoms in only two of 20 migraine sufferers and in none of a matched control group. The relationship of fasting and blood sugar levels to migraine attacks is discussed.

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