Original Article

A New Approach in Relieving Symptoms of Migraine

Authors: ROBERT E. RYAN M.D.

Abstract

If the attack of migraine can be aborted the patient is spared the discomfort of the prolonged course. Which, when once established, is more difficult to treat. Rapid pharmacologic effect is essential in aborting an attack. The rectal installation of a solution is thus much more effective than the absorption of drugs from a suppository.

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