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Clopidogrel reduces migraine with aura after transcatheter closure of persistent foramen ovale and atrial septal defects
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    Clopidogrel and atrial shunt closure for migraine: why is migraine aggravated immediately?

    Dear Editor,

    Old medical theories, like myths, never die. In every era, long after the initial excitement evaporates, scientific theories that have not gathered logical strength through increasing clinical associations are recycled to address current perceptions. Such theories, like myths, offer a vicarious resolution of the ignorances that lies between our insecurities and our expectations.[1,2] Wilmshurst et al....

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