Stabbing Headache as the Presenting Symptom of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension.

Primary stabbing headache (SH) is an enigmatic headache disorder characterized by a single stab or series of stabs, each lasting for up to a few seconds and occurring at an irregular frequency from one to many per day without any cranial autonomic symptoms. SH has rarely been reported to occur as a symptom of underlying secondary disorders, including… CONTINUE READING