Pearls and pitfalls: Neurostimulation in headache

@article{Jrgens2013PearlsAP,
  title={Pearls and pitfalls: Neurostimulation in headache},
  author={T. J{\"u}rgens and M. Leone},
  journal={Cephalalgia},
  year={2013},
  volume={33},
  pages={512 - 525}
}
Context A variety of neuromodulatory approaches available today has broadened our therapeutic options significantly especially in drug refractory patients with chronic cluster headache and chronic migraine. Overview It is a dynamic field with a current trend to non-invasive transcutaneous stimulation approaches. However, sound studies providing evidence for the widespread use of these novel approaches are sparse. For invasive approaches, occipital nerve stimulation is now widely considered the… Expand
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