- persistent aura without infarction
- A term used to denote a rare complication of migraine with aura, consisting of persistent * simple or * geometric visual hallucinations such as *visual snow, lasting for months or years, without any evidence of cerebral infarction.ReferencesRelja, G., Granato, A., Ukmar, M., Ferretti, G., Antonello, R.M. (2005). Persistent aura without infarction: Description of the first case studied with both brain SPECT and perfusion MRI. Cephalalgia, 25, 56-59.
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