The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd edition (beta version)

@article{Moon2013TheIC,
  title={The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd edition (beta version)},
  author={Heui-Soo Moon and Kwang-Yeol Park and Soo-Jin Cho},
  journal={Cephalalgia},
  year={2013},
  volume={33},
  pages={629 - 808}
}
The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3 edition (beta version), may be reproduced freely for scientific, educational or clinical uses by institutions, societies or individuals. [...] Key Method Please contact the publisher at the address below. International Headache Society 2013. Applications for copyright permissions should be submitted to Sage Publications Ltd, 1 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1SP, United Kingdom (tel: þ44 (0) 20 7324 8500; fax: þ44 (0) 207 324 8600) (www.sagepub…Expand

Tables and Topics from this paper

Comprehensive Application of the International Classification of Headache Disorders Third Edition, Beta Version
TLDR
The purpose of this study was to test the feasibility and usefulness of the International Classification of Headache Disorders, third edition, beta version (ICHD-3β), and compare the differences with the second edition, ICHD-2, and to find out which version would yield a higher classification rate than its previous version. Expand
The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd Edition (ICHD III) – Changes and Challenges
TLDR
An overview of the rationale behind the International Classification of Headache Disorders, a guide to its use, and a summary of important diagnostic features of the primary and secondary headaches, particularly where these have changed significantly in the ICHD III from ICHd II are provided. Expand
Chronic headaches: a clinician’s experience of ICHD-3 beta
TLDR
It is proposed that changes be made in the systematizations of chronic migraine and medication overuse headache to make them more consistent with clinical practice. Expand
Classification of headache.
TLDR
The International Headache Society introduced a classification in 1988 that achieved worldwide acceptance and was translated into 22 languages and facilitated clinical practice, epidemiologic studies, and multinational clinical trials. Expand
Chronic migraine: nosographic and epidemiological issues
The term “chronic migraine” (CM) was officially introduced in 2004 in the second edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-2), which included it in the chapter onExpand
Rhinogenic Headache: The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd Edition
TLDR
The salient features of the new classification of rhinogenic headache are presented, which are likely to be of interest to the rhinologist, and the evidence that intranasal mucosal contact points cause facial pain or headache is reviewed. Expand
[Headache disorders. Definitions, subtypes, and prevalence rates in Germany].
  • K. Berger
  • Medicine
  • Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung, Gesundheitsschutz
  • 2014
TLDR
The aim of this manuscript is to describe and discuss the methodological problems in the assessment and classification of headache in general and single headache disorders in detail and to summarize their frequency in studies of the German adult population. Expand
The quality of diagnosis and management of migraine and tension-type headache in three social groups in Russia
TLDR
Despite existing guidelines about diagnosis and treatment, both remain poor in Russia and according to the literature this is only slightly better in Europe and America. Expand
Refractory chronic migraine: a Consensus Statement on clinical definition from the European Headache Federation
TLDR
The European Headache Federation Expert Group on rCM presents the updated definition criteria for this harmful subset of headache disorders and aims to be acknowledged as clinical entity in the next definitive version of the International Classification of Headache Disorders 3 (ICHD-3 beta). Expand
Aids to management of headache disorders in primary care (2nd edition)
TLDR
The Aids to Management, with the European principles of management of headache disorders in primary care as the core of their content, combine educational materials with practical management aids. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 130 REFERENCES
Classification and clinical features of headache patients: an outpatient clinic study from China
TLDR
In outpatient headaches, more attention should been given to headache intensity and duration of headache history for migraine patients, while more attention to headache frequency should be given for the TTH ones. Expand
The International Classification of Headache Disorders
TLDR
The ICHD identifies and categorizes more than a hundred different kinds of headache in a logical, hierarchal system and has provided explicit diagnostic criteria for all of the headache disorders listed. Expand
Application of ICHD-II Criteria in a Headache Clinic of China
TLDR
This study revealed the characteristics of the headache clinic outpatients in a tertiary hospital of North China that migraine is the most common diagnosis and most headaches in this patient population can be classified using ICHD-II criteria. Expand
Diagnostic criteria for headache attributed to temporomandibular disorders
TLDR
Having significantly better specificity than the International Headache Society’s International Classification of Headache Diseases (ICHD)-II criteria A to C, the revised criteria are recommended to diagnose headache secondary to TMD. Expand
Signs of Temporomandibular Disorders in Migraine Patients: A Prospective, Controlled Study
TLDR
In a tertiary care population, individuals with EM and CM are more likely to have tenderness at the temporomandibular joint and on the masticatory muscles, relative to controls. Expand
Impact of headache on sickness absence and utilisation of medical services: a Danish population study.
TLDR
Women were more likely to consult a practitioner than men, whereas no significant sex difference emerged as regards absenteeism from work, and the disorders merit increased attention. Expand
The relationship between headache and symptoms of temporomandibular disorder in the general population.
TLDR
In the general adult population there is an association between headache and symptoms of TMD, and a functional evaluation of the stomatognathic system should be considered in subjects with unexplained headache, even if chronic conditions and mechanical symptoms of temporomandibular disorder are absent. Expand
Are Headache and Temporomandibular Disorders Related? A Blinded Study
TLDR
The studies indicate that a high proportion of headache patients have significant disability because of ongoing chronic TMD pain and the trend to a higher prevalence of TMD in patients with combined migraine and tension-type headache suggests that this could be a risk factor for TMD development. Expand
Craniomandibular disorders in patients with different types of headache.
TLDR
The results indicate a close relationship between recurrent headache and craniomandibular disorders, independent of the neurologic diagnosis of the headache. Expand
Ethnic background as a factor in temporomandibular disorder complaints.
TLDR
Examining the associations between the ethnic backgrounds of temporomandibular disorder (TMD) patients in the Netherlands and the level of TMD pain complaints and psychological/behavioral factors found no interaction effects between ethnic background and socioeconomic factors in relation to the psychological variables mentioned. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...