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Alternating hemiplegic migraine in childhood.

Alternating hemiplegic migraine results immediately in an incapacitated state and can lead to long-term deterioration in cognitive and neurological function. In this report, two children with alternating hemiplegic migraine are described. The pathogenesis, precipitating factors, diagnostic tests, treatments and prognosis for alternating hemiplegic migraine are discussed.

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