ⓘ Migraine Disability Assessment Test

                                     

ⓘ Migraine Disability Assessment Test

The MIDAS or Migraine Disability Assessment Test is a test used by doctors to determine how severely migraines affect a patients life. Patients are asked questions about the frequency and duration of their headaches, as well as how often these headaches limited their ability to participate in activities at work, at school, or at home.

The test was evaluated by the professional journal neurology in 2001, he was found to be both reliable and valid.

                                     
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