Referred headache of rhinogenic origin in the absence of sinusitis.

@article{Clerico1994ReferredHO,
  title={Referred headache of rhinogenic origin in the absence of sinusitis.},
  author={D M Clerico and R J Fieldman},
  journal={Headache},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={226-9}
}
Nasal signs and symptoms commonly accompany cephalgia in some headache syndromes. Head pain associated with sinusitis is also fairly well-recognized. However, referred cephalgia of rhinogenic origin, in the absence of sinonasal symptoms or disease, is poorly understood. We report a case of a patient with chronic and severe headache for whom neurological and… CONTINUE READING