Cluster headache - a symptom of different problems or a primary form? A case report.

Abstract

Headache with severe, strictly one-sided unilateral attacks of pain in orbital, supraorbital, temporal localisation lasting 15-180 minutes occurring from once every two days to 8 times daily, typically with one or more autonomic symptoms, is recognized as cluster headache (CH). Headache with normal neurological examination and abnormal neuroimaging studies… (More)

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@article{Domitrz2013ClusterH, title={Cluster headache - a symptom of different problems or a primary form? A case report.}, author={Izabela Domitrz and Małgorzata Gaweł and Edyta Maj}, journal={Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska}, year={2013}, volume={47 2}, pages={184-8} }