How can a migraine cause faecal incontinence?

Honein, K.; Boujaoude, J.; Chemaly, M.; Yaghi, C.; Karam, R.; Sayegh, R.
December 2005
Gut;Dec2005, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p1817
Academic Journal
A quiz concerning the cause of faecal incontinence is presented.


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