Posttraumatic headache in military personnel and veterans of the iraq and afghanistan conflicts.

@article{Theeler2012PosttraumaticHI,
  title={Posttraumatic headache in military personnel and veterans of the iraq and afghanistan conflicts.},
  author={Brett James Theeler and Jay C. Erickson},
  journal={Current treatment options in neurology},
  year={2012},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={36-49}
}
OPINION STATEMENT Headaches, particularly migraine, are common in US servicemembers (SMs) who are deployed to or have returned from theaters of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Concussions and exposure to explosive blasts may be a significant contributor to the increased prevalence of headaches in military veterans. Concussions, usually due to blast exposure, occur in approximately 20% of deployed SMs, and headaches are a common symptom after a deployment-related concussion… CONTINUE READING

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