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"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
Published: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Series:Cambridge medicine.
Cambridge pocket clinicians.
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  • 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.