The Clinical Characteristics of New Daily Persistent Headache

  title={The Clinical Characteristics of New Daily Persistent Headache},
  author={D. Li and Todd D. Rozen},
  pages={66 - 69}
New daily persistent headache (NDPH) is a subtype of chronic daily headache. The literature on NDPH is scant and its true aetiology is unknown. A retrospective chart review was carried out from a computerized database at the Jefferson Headache Centre from August 1997 to May 2000 to identify patients with NDPH using the Silberstein et al. criteria. Forty women and 16 men were identified. Age of onset ranged from 12 to 78 years. The peak age of onset was the second and third decade in women and… 
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