By T.D. Rozen, S.D. Silberstein, Stephen D. Silberstein, Alan Stiles, William B. Young, Todd D. Rozen
Whereas frequently now not existence threatening, complications may be debilitating. and they're usually a symptom extra critical stipulations. With photographs acquired from puppy, CT, MRI, and different glossy imaging recommendations An Atlas of Headache offers complete colour illustrations and a clinician's overview at the analysis and therapy of all varieties of complications. It provide you with a whole and complete photograph of the cutting-edge during this field.This atlas techniques the matter of headache from a visible point of view that makes the grievance more uncomplicated to appreciate and deal with. It covers fundamental complications resembling migraine, tension-type, and cluster complications and secondary complications reminiscent of these linked to mind tumors, aneurysms, CNS infections, and HIV. With its transparent insurance, easy-to-use association, and large illustrations, An Atlas of Headache offers the knowledge you want to diagnose and deal with complications fast and simply.
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Like migraine, tension-type headache is a disorder of middle life, striking individuals early in life and continuing to affect them through their peak productive years. All migraineurs, and 60% of tension-type headache patients, have a diminished capacity for work or other activities during an attack. In a Danish study, 43% of employed migraineurs and 12% of employed tension-type headache sufferers missed one or more days of work because of headache. Migraine caused at least one day of missed work for 5% of sufferers, while tensiontype headache caused a day of missed work for 9%.
Cephalalgia 1989;9:147–56 Goadsby PJ, Lipton RB. A review of paroxysmal hemicranias, SUNCT syndrome and other short-lasting headaches with automatic feature, including new cases. Brain 1997;120:193–209 Pareja JA, Sjaastad O. SUNCT syndrome. A clinical review. Headache 1997;37:195–202 Sjaastad O, Dale I. Evidence for a new, treatable headache entity. Headache 1997;14:105–8 Antonaci F, Sjaastad O. Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania (CPH): A review of the clinical manifestations. Headache 1989;29:648–56 CHAPTER 7 Tension-type headaches INTRODUCTION The most controversial and difficult boundary among primary headaches is the one between migraine and tension-type headache.