Aim: Migraine headaches are one of the serious complaints of patients seeking emergency department (ED) with symptoms of many health problems. In this study, we aimed to examine predictive values of hematological parameters on chronic migraine.
Material and Methods: The files of patients admitted to ED of Ufuk University Hospital between January 2016 and November 2016 with a headache and who underwent hematological analyses at emergency admission were analyzed retrospectively. After exclusion criteria were applied, 55 patients with migraine attacks who were previously diagnosed with migraine by a neurologist included in this study.
Results: There was not a statistically significant difference between age and sex distribution of groups (p>0.05), whereas a statistically significant difference was found for family history between patient and control groups (p
Migraine; pain; headache; hematocrit; emergency.