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The Man Who Put "Headache"on the Medical Map

The Man Who Put "Headache"on the Medical Map AN INTERVIEW WITH SEYMOUR DIAMOND, MD FEATURE | THE MAN WHO PUT "HEADACHE"ON THE MEDICAL MAP 16 |THE PAIN PRACTITIONER|FALL 2006 At our clinic, we coordinated care of patients.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke ...

This pamphlet was written and published by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), the United States' leading supporter of research on disorders of the brain and nervous system, including headache.

Migraine Headaches

A migraine is a very specific type of headache. All headaches are not migraines. This reference summary will help you understand what a migraine headache is and how migraines can be treated.

M A G N E S I U M Magnesiumand Headaches ...

MAGNESIUM Magnesium and Headaches Magnesium administered orally or by slow infusion in the office is a safe and effective treatment for migraine headache.

Post-Traumatic Headaches

Post-traumatic headache, also known as PTHA, is not a diagnosis per se but rather a symptom of an underlying disorder. It is all too often that individuals are simply given a diagnosis of PTHA and no further explanation is made relative to the problem causing the pain.

Symptom Diagnosis

Headache Research Report 283 APPENDIX H Historical Medical Perspectives on Headache Symptom Diagnosis General and Regional Wilfred M. Barton, AM, MD, FACP Wallace M. Yater, AB, MD D. Appleton and Company New York and London 1927 HEADACHE ( Cephalalgia; Cephalea ) Headache is a common complaint.

Pharmacological Management for Prevention of Migraine

Evidence-Based Guidelines for Migraine Headache in the Primary Care Setting: Pharmacological Management for Prevention of Migraine Pharmacological Management for Prevention of Migraine

HEADACHES: PRACTICAL MANAGEMENT

165 Introduction Headache is a nearly universal symptom. Migraine, and other headaches can be highly disabling, and impose a significant burden, both in economic terms and in personal suffering.

DIAGNOSIS/ TREATMENT OF REBOUND HEADACHES

The unusual presentations of RH include: 1) the patient with only unilateral headache or even localized pain, 2) the person describing only frequent migraine without a tension-type component, 3) the young child with chronic daily headache, 4) the patient using only one or two analgesic tablets each day ...

Migraine and Tension Headache Diagnosis

Migraine and Tension Headache Diagnosis and Treatment Guideline 3 Alternative Diagnoses to Consider For patients with a rapidly accelerating course, a recent history of head injury, or focal neurologic findings, consult with a neurologist or neurosurgeon.