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Table. 1.

Previous Reviews on Abdominal Variants of Migraine and Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders’ Association to Migraine

Subject of study Study Authors Year of publication
Abdominal variants of migraine Migraine and childhood periodic syndromes in children and adolescents Gelfand22 2013
Pediatric migraine and episodic syndromes that may be associated with migraine Spiri et al23 2014
Migraine equivalents as part of migraine syndrome in childhood Tarantino et al 24 2014
Migraine variants or episodic syndromes that may be associated with migraine and other unusual pediatric headache syndromes Rothner and Parikh25 2016
Recurrent gastrointestinal disturbance: abdominal migraine and cyclic vomiting syndrome Irwin et al26 2017
Cyclic vomiting syndrome Cyclic vomiting syndrome and migraine in children Lin et al27 2011
Infantile colic The relation between migraine and infantile colic: a systematic review and meta-analysis Gelfand et al28 2015
The link between infantile colic and migraine Qubty and Gelfand29 2016
Relation between infantile colic and migraine as well as tension-type headache: a meta-analysis Zhang et al30 2019
Functional gastrointestinal disorders Migraine associated with gastrointestinal disorders: review of the literature and clinical implications van Hemert et al13 2014
J Neurogastroenterol Motil 2021;27:482~494 https://doi.org/10.5056/jnm20290
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