Medication overuse headaches – what is new?

@article{Fritsche2002MedicationOH,
  title={Medication overuse headaches – what is new?},
  author={G. Fritsche and H. Diener},
  journal={Expert Opinion on Drug Safety},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={331 - 338}
}
Patients suffering from frequent migraine attacks or chronic tension-type headache are at risk of developing drug-induced headache (now called ‘medication overuse headache’ [MOH]) as described by the new classification of the International Headache Society. This headache entity is caused by frequent use of antiheadache compounds (non-opioid analgesics, ergot alkaloids, 5-HT agonists, combined preparations with caffeine or codeine) for more than 15 days/month. Most patients, however, use the… Expand
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