Surgical migraine 'cure' triggers doubts
from Medpage Today
A plastic surgeon's passionate defense of his pioneering but controversial treatment for migraine failed to win many converts among headache specialists. A show of hands by some 500 attendees at the International Headache Congress, after an hour-long debate between surgeon Bahman Guyuron, M.D., of University Hospitals and Case Medical Center in Cleveland, and a German neurologist who has been a vocal skeptic of Guyuron's procedure, suggested that fewer than 10 believed the evidence supports the intervention's clinical value.
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