[Hemicrania continua and paroxysmal hemicrania: clinical and therapeutic characteristics in a series of 23 patients].

INTRODUCTION Hemicranias are an uncommon type of headache characterised by strictly unilateral pain, either as a continuous, although fluctuating, headache in hemicrania continua (HC) or in the form of recurring attacks in paroxysmal hemicrania (PH). In both types of headache, an absolute response to indomethacin is reported. AIMS. To analyse the fulfilment… CONTINUE READING