Management of cluster headache.

@article{TfeltHansen2012ManagementOC,
  title={Management of cluster headache.},
  author={Peer Carsten Tfelt-Hansen and Rigmor H\ojland Jensen},
  journal={CNS drugs},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={571-80}
}
The prevalence of cluster headache is 0.1% and cluster headache is often not diagnosed or misdiagnosed as migraine or sinusitis. In cluster headache there is often a considerable diagnostic delay - an average of 7 years in a population-based survey. Cluster headache is characterized by very severe or severe orbital or periorbital pain with a duration of 15-180 minutes. The cluster headache attacks are accompanied by characteristic associated unilateral symptoms such as tearing, nasal congestion… CONTINUE READING