Symptomatic cluster headache: a review of 63 cases

@inproceedings{Edvardsson2014SymptomaticCH,
  title={Symptomatic cluster headache: a review of 63 cases},
  author={Bengt A. Edvardsson},
  booktitle={SpringerPlus},
  year={2014}
}
Cluster headache is a primary headache by definition not caused by any known underlying structural pathology. Symptomatic cases have been described, for example tumours, dissections and infections, but a causal relationship between the underlying lesion and the headache is difficult to determine in many cases. The proper diagnostic evaluation of cluster headache is an issue unresolved. The literature has been reviewed for symptomatic cluster headache or cluster headache-like cases in which… CONTINUE READING
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