Cluster headache

@article{May2018ClusterH,
  title={Cluster headache},
  author={Arne May and Todd J Schwedt and Delphine Magis and Patricia Pozo-Rosich and Stefan Evers and Shuu-Jiun Wang},
  journal={Nature Reviews Disease Primers},
  year={2018},
  volume={4}
}
Cluster headache is an excruciating, strictly one-sided pain syndrome with attacks that last between 15 minutes and 180 minutes and that are accompanied by marked ipsilateral cranial autonomic symptoms, such as lacrimation and conjunctival injection. The pain is so severe that female patients describe each attack as worse than childbirth. The past decade has seen remarkable progress in the understanding of the pathophysiological background of cluster headache and has implicated the brain… CONTINUE READING
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