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Table. 3.

Pathophysiological, Clinical, and Temporal Relation of Abdominal Migraine, Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, Infantile Colic, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and Functional Dyspepsia With Migraine

Pathology Common physiopathology Common clinical features Temporal course
Abdominal migraine Gastric motility alteration Triggering/relieving factors Precursor of migraine in adulthood
Increased gut permeability Family history of migraine
Cyclic vomiting syndrome Neuronal hyperexcitation Anxiety/depression in personal or family history Precursor of migraine in adulthood
Gastric motility alteration
Infantile colic Microbiota modification Anxiety/depression in personal or family history Precursor of migraine in adulthood
Increased gut inflammation and permeability Family history of migraine
Irritable bowel syndrome Visceral hyperalgesia Amelioration of symptoms with FODMAPs exclusive regime Co-occurrence with migraine
Increased gut permeability and immune-allergic response Anxiety/depression in personal or family history
Functional dyspepsia Gastric motility alteration Anxiety/depression in personal history Co-occurrence with migraine
Visceral hyperalgesia
Increased immune-allergic response

FODMAPs, fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols.

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