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The etiology and pathophysiology of spontaneous cervical artery dissection are largely unknown. Its etiology is likely multifactorial, and primary arteriopathy is most probably involved. An association with migraine has also been suggested, but it remains unproven. A case report of a patient with migraine and spontaneous bilateral internal carotid artery dissection is presented.