Do the proposed cervicogenic headache diagnostic criteria demonstrate specificity in terms of separating cervicogenic headache from migraine?

@article{Fishbain2003DoTP,
  title={Do the proposed cervicogenic headache diagnostic criteria demonstrate specificity in terms of separating cervicogenic headache from migraine?},
  author={David A. Fishbain and John Lewis and Brandly Cole and Robert Brian Cutler and Renee Steele Rosomoff and Hubert L. Rosomoff},
  journal={Current pain and headache reports},
  year={2003},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={387-94}
}
Diagnostic criteria for cervicogenic headache (CH) have been proposed. These criteria are controversial in that they appear to overlap or include characteristics that usually are attributed to migraine headache (MH). Whether these criteria are specific enough to separate CH patients from MH patients remains to be controversial. The literature on this issue is reviewed. In addition, the authors report the results of a study attempting to build a model of variables typically associated with CH or… CONTINUE READING

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