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1991). The headache was mostly continuous and not throbbing. The occurrence of headache was not related to the mode of onset, mode of disappearance, or duration of the attack. However, patients with evidence of cortical ischemia or vertebrobasilar circulation ischemia had headache more often than patients with lacunar syndromes. g. , 1986). g. , 1985), but have not mentioned the possibility that some of these patients may have been migraine sufferers (and misdiagnosed as TIA) and have not stated the distinguishing diagnostic criteria.
In the OCSP, ten patients (5%) gave a convincing history of vertigo (a sensation of rotational movement or spinning) associated with other symptoms of focal neurological (brainstem) dysfunction (Dennis, 1988). Vertigo in isolation is generally not considered a focal neurological symptom and therefore is not classified as a TIA. , 1996), this is all but impossible to tell in practice. g. benign positional vertigo) and even more by episodes of non-rotatory dizziness such as orthostatic hypotension or hyperventilation.