Side-locked unilaterality and pain localization in long-lasting headaches: migraine, tension-type headache, and cervicogenic headache.

@article{Damico1994SidelockedUA,
  title={Side-locked unilaterality and pain localization in long-lasting headaches: migraine, tension-type headache, and cervicogenic headache.},
  author={Domenico D'amico and Massimo Leone and Gennaro Bussone},
  journal={Headache},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 9},
  pages={526-30}
}
Side-locked unilaterality and specific localization of pain are not as well-defined clinical characteristics in long-lasting headaches (duration more than 4 hours) as they are in short-lasting forms. We examined side-locked unilaterality and pain distribution at onset and at peak headache in 74 patients with different forms of long-lasting headache: migraine and tension-type headache (IHS) and cervicogenic headache (according to Sjaastad et al). Side-locked unilaterality of pain was found in… CONTINUE READING

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