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Asunto:[LEA-Venezuela] La migraña no es inofensiva, busque ayuda médica !!!
Fecha:Jueves, 2 de Octubre, 2008  04:29:08 (-0700)
Autor:Euro Murzi <murzie @...ve>


Migraine Sufferers Face Greater Blood Clot Risk



September 15 (HealthDay News) --

Migraine patients face a higher risk for developing a blood clot in their veins, a team of Austrian and Italian researchers reports.

Prior studies have suggested that the absolute risk for a resulting stroke among migraine patients is actually quite low, but the current work turns conventional wisdom on its head by suggesting that a migraine diagnosis raises the risk for such potentially fatal clotting incidents -- known as venous thrombosis or thromboembolism -- while having little or no impact on the risk for developing any hardening or narrowing of the arteries.

"Our study refutes the widespread view that migraine [patients] are more likely to have hardening and narrowing of the arteries, [known as] atherosclerosis," noted study co-author Dr. Stefan Kiechl, from the department of neurology at Innsbruck Medical University, in Austria. "Alternatively, it suggests that migraine patients are more prone to develop blood clots in their veins."

"Because people that develop clots in [their] veins are also at an increased risk to develop clots in the arteries supplying brain and heart, our finding may in part explain the excessrisk of stroke and heart attacks in migraine patients," Kiechl added.

Kiechl and his colleagues from Bruneck Hospital in Italy are publishing their findings in the Sept. 16 issue of Neurology.

http://yourtotalhealth.ivillage.com/migraine-sufferers-face-greater-blood-clot-risk.html?nlcid=pa|10-01-2008|