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Cervicogenic Headache: Diagnostic Criteria
Criteria for the diagnosis of cervicogenic headache are proposed, which include unilateral head pain, symptoms and signs of neck involvement, non-clustering episodic moderate pain originating in the…
Chronic Paroxysmal Hemicrania (CPH): A Review of the Clinical Manifestations
“Hemicrania Continua”: Another Headache Absolutely Responsive to Indomethacin
Two cases suffering from a headache apparently at variance with well recognized headaches are described. It is characterized by a steady, non-paroxysmal, probably severe to moderately severe…
SUNCT Syndrome. A Clinical Review
SUNCT syndrome is in the differential diagnosis when encountering unilateral, orbital/periorbital headache syndromes, with an erratic temporal pattern and remissions of varying lengths.
Cervicogenic headache: diagnostic criteria. The Cervicogenic Headache International Study Group.
Cervicogenic headache: long‐term prognosis after neck surgery
The postoperative fate of chronic, hard‐to‐treat and partly suicidal cervicogenic headache patients treated with a decompression/stabilization operation in the cervical spine: the Smith/Robinson operation is evaluated.
Prevalence of cervicogenic headache: Vågå study of headache epidemiology
The prevalence and various clinical characteristics of cervicogenic headache in the population at large are described.
Shortlasting, Unilateral Neuralgiform Headache Attacks with Conjunctival Injection, Tearing, Sweating, and Rhinorrhea
Three grown-up males with a long-lasting history of rather uniform, unilateral headache in the ocular-periocular area, in cluster fashion, are examined, and in the youngest patient, the headache became chronic after clustering for six months initially, and after approximately 31/2 years it became bilateral.
"Hemicrania Continua": A Clinical Review