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Why should I see a neurologist for my migraines?

Seeing a neurologist can help rule out an infection, aneurysm or brain tumor. In this video, Mark Green, MD, director of the Center for Headache and Pain Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, explains other benefits, too.

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