Comments on Allena et al.: From drug-induced headache to medication overuse headache. A short epidemiological review, with a focus on Latin American countries

@article{Haag2009CommentsOA,
  title={Comments on Allena et al.: From drug-induced headache to medication overuse headache. A short epidemiological review, with a focus on Latin American countries},
  author={G. Haag},
  journal={The Journal of Headache and Pain},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={477 - 478}
}
  • G. Haag
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of Headache and Pain
  • 1. The selection criteria of the literature included in this review remain unclear. What were the criteria for ‘‘scientific validity’’, ‘‘historical value’’, ‘‘importance’’, and ‘‘relevance’’? 2. What supports the authors’ statement that ‘‘prevalence (of MOH) is increasing worldwide’’? The quoted review by Diener and Limmroth [2] includes the statement ‘‘there is increasing evidence that the overuse of analgesics and subsequent MOH is not only prevalent in Europe and North America but is a… CONTINUE READING

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