Children with headache: clinical predictors of surgical space-occupying lesions and the role of neuroimaging.

@article{Medina1997ChildrenWH,
  title={Children with headache: clinical predictors of surgical space-occupying lesions and the role of neuroimaging.},
  author={L. Santiago Medina and Joseph D. Pinter and David Zurakowski and Richard G Davis and K. A. Kuban and Patrick D. Barnes},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={202 3},
  pages={819-24}
}
PURPOSE To determine clinical predictors useful in differentiation of surgical lesions from medically treated disorders and the role of neuroimaging in children with headache. MATERIALS' AND METHODS: In a 4-year retrospective study, 315 patients with headache and no known neurologic disorder underwent brain magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Sixty-nine patients also underwent brain computed tomography (CT). Clinical data were correlated with findings from MR imaging and CT and the final diagnosis… CONTINUE READING

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