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Plasma acetoacetate concentration in the 1st mo of lactation and its relation to BW change, milk yield, DMI, and BW postpartum were studied in 361 first lactation cows during 6 yr. The cows were fed concentrate at 6 and 3 kg/d. Calvings took place from August to December. Single observations for all cows were fitted by a multitrait animal model that(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe the prevalence and various clinical characteristics of cervicogenic headache (CEH) in the population at large. METHODS CEH was searched for in Vågå, Norway, where 1838 18 to 65-year-old citizens, i.e. 88.6% of this age group, underwent an interview/clinical examination. The Cervicogenic Headache International Study Group criteria(More)
Nine patients with the SUNCT syndrome (Spanish and Norwegian patients) have, over many years, been given several drugs effective in the cluster headache syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia, and other headaches, as well as drugs not previously used in headache. Various cranial nerves were also anesthetized in an endeavor to ameliorate the suffering of those(More)
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 hemicrania localized anteriorly or anteroposteriorly and is not associated with nausea. Indomethacin exerts an absolute, persistent and clearly dose-dependent effect on(More)
Three grown-up males with a long-lasting history of rather uniform, unilateral headache in the ocular-periocular area, in cluster fashion, are examined. Pain paroxysms of short duration (15-60 sec) appear up to 5-30 times per h. The headache is unilateral without side shift. Conjunctival injection appears at the very beginning of the attack and is partly(More)