Etiology and treatment of new daily persistent headache.

  title={Etiology and treatment of new daily persistent headache.},
  author={Randolph W. Evans and Todd D Rozen},
  volume={41 8},
CLINICAL HISTORY A 37-year-old woman was seen for evaluation of a new-onset daily headache of 36 days’ duration. At the onset of the headache, she also had a sore throat without fever for 3 days. An ear, nose, and throat physician started her on an antibiotic. She described a rather constant generalized pressure and squeezing sensation with light sensitivity which was intermittently severe any time of the day. On one occasion 2 weeks previously, she had nausea. She had no fever and other than… CONTINUE READING


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