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Recurrent migraine after propranolol.
  1. R H Robson


    A 70-year-old woman with angina pectoris developed a migrainous headache 3 days after starting oral propranolol. She had not complained of headaches since her second and third decade when she had suffered occasional attacks of migraine. It is likely that propranolol was the cause of her headache, since it recurred when she was rechallenged with the drug.

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