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Migraine Patients have Lower Systolic but Higher Diastolic Blood Pressure Compared with Controls in a Population-Based Study of 21 537 Subjects. The Reykjavik Study

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Geography 
Iceland (ISL)
Time period covered 
01/1970 - 12/1996
Keywords 
Citation
Authors 
Gudmundsson L, Thorgeirsson G, Sigfusson N, Sigvaldason H, Johannsson M
Journal 
Cephalalgia
Volume 
26
Issue 
4
Pages 
436-44
Publication year 
2006
Suggested citation 
Gudmundsson L, Thorgeirsson G, Sigfusson N, Sigvaldason H, Johannsson M. Migraine Patients have Lower Systolic but Higher Diastolic Blood Pressure Compared with Controls in a Population-Based Study of 21 537 Subjects. The Reykjavik Study. Cephalalgia. 2006; 26(4): 436-44.