Orthostatic headache from spontaneous spinal cerebrospinal fluid leakage; diagnosed by heavily T2-weighted magnetic resonance myelography.

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Orthostatic headache is derived from low cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure as evidenced by cranial magnetic resonance myelography (MRM). This reports three cases of patients coming with orthostatic headache without previous obvious spine trauma. The first two cases had headache with radiating neck pain while the third case had headache with radiating pain… (More)

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