Mild Head Injury and Posttraumatic Headache

  title={Mild Head Injury and Posttraumatic Headache},
  • Published 2002
Posttraumatic headache (PTH) is the most common symptom following mild head injury. These headaches are often very difficult to manage because of the problems in evaluating and treating a subjective symptom, the unclear clinical picture, and minimal evidence of organic abnormality. This document will provide a detailed review of PTH and the psychological / physiological factors contributing to its etiology and maintenance. 

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