Carotidynia: report of eight cases and prospective evaluation of therapy

@article{Orfei1983CarotidyniaRO,
  title={Carotidynia: report of eight cases and prospective evaluation of therapy},
  author={Reto Orfei and Otmar Meienberg},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1983},
  volume={230},
  pages={65-72}
}
  • Reto Orfei, Otmar Meienberg
  • Published in Journal of Neurology 1983
  • Medicine
  • SummaryThe essential clinical features of eight cases of carotidynia are out-lined. As little is known about treatment, the effectiveness was evaluated of drugs used in some specific forms of vascular headache with similar pain characteristics. Indomethacin or flurbiprofen were shown to be potent drugs in the treatment of carotidynia.ZusammenfassungAnhand von acht Fällen von Karotidynie werden die wesentlichen klinischen Kriterien dieses Schmerzsyndroms hervorgehoben. Aus der bisherigen… CONTINUE READING

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