Headache /

"The first section, Acute Headaches, includes those headaches that we all need to be aware of on a daily basis, particularly in the ER. These headache disorders can present challenges in diagnosis and treatment that are unique to emergency medicine. The second section, Episodic Headaches, is re...

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Other Authors: Schwedt, Todd J.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Series:Cambridge medicine.
Cambridge pocket clinicians.
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505 |a Machine generated contents note: Preface; Part I. Acute Headaches: 1. Introduction to the acute headaches; 2. Subarachnoid hemorrhage; 3. Cervical artery dissection; 4. Acute hypertensive headache; 5. Ischemic stroke; 6. Pituitary apoplexy; 7. Third ventricular colloid cyst; 8. Primary thunderclap headache; 9. Intracranial infection; Part II. Episodic Headaches: 10. Introduction to the episodic headaches; 11. Episodic migraine headache; 12. Hemiplegic migraine; 13. Basilar-type migraine; 14. Episodic tension-type headache; 15. Cluster headache; 16. Episodic paroxysmal hemicrania; 17. SUNCT syndrome; 18. Chiari malformation headache; 19. Trigeminal neuralgia; 20. Subacute angle-closure glaucoma; 21. Primary stabbing headache; 22. Primary headache associated with sexual activity; 23. Primary cough headache; Part III. Chronic Daily Headaches: 24. Introduction to the chronic daily headaches; 25. Chronic migraine headache; 26. Chronic tension-type headache; 27. Hemicrania continua; 28. New daily persistent headache; 29. Giant cell arteritis; 30. Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis; 31. Spontaneous intracranial hypotension; 32. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension; 33. Intracranial neoplasm; 34. Sinus headache; 35. Medication overuse headache; 36. Post-traumatic headache; 37. Cervicogenic headache; 38. Occipital neuralgia; 39. Hypnic headache; Index. 
520 |a "The first section, Acute Headaches, includes those headaches that we all need to be aware of on a daily basis, particularly in the ER. These headache disorders can present challenges in diagnosis and treatment that are unique to emergency medicine. The second section, Episodic Headaches, is really the purview of office, clinic and consultant practice. This section includes a variety of common, and less common but interesting, primary headache disorders. Precise diagnosis of patients with episodic headaches leads to specific directed care and good outcomes in a large number of patients"--Provided by publisher. 
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