Problem with defining headache etiology using patient symptomatology.


For more than half a century, the study of pain and the neurologic processes that underlie the experience has grown exponentially. We have identified a large number of the nerve endings, nerve fibers, nerve tracks, synaptic connections, transmitters and receptors, and regions of the brain involved in the process. We can now monitor the activity of the brain… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000188


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@article{Farrar2015ProblemWD, title={Problem with defining headache etiology using patient symptomatology.}, author={John Thruston Farrar}, journal={Pain}, year={2015}, volume={156 7}, pages={1176-7} }