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Post-craniotomy headache: A proposed revision of IHS diagnostic criteria
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD, 2010)
Seventy-nine patients with intracranial aneurysms were evaluated in the presurgical period, and followed up to 6 months after surgery. We compare patients who fulfilled with those that did not post-craniotomy headache (PCH) ...
Thunderclap headache attributed to reversible cerebral vasoconstriction: view and review
Thunderclap headache attributed to reversible cerebral vasoconstriction (THARCV) is a syndrome observed in a number of reported cases. In this article we reviewed this new headache entity (idiopathic form) using the ...
Langerhans cell histiocytosis (eosinophilic granuloma) of the skull mimicking nummular headache. Report of two cases
(Sage Publications, 2018)
Background Nummular headache is a rare, recently described topographic headache defined by the circumscribed coin-shaped area of pain. It is classified as a primary headache. There is debate about whether it is due to a ...
Headache during gestation: Evaluation of 1101 women
(Canadian J Neurol Sci IncCalgaryCanadá, 2007)
Comorbidity headache and epilepsy in childhood
(Georg Thieme Verlag KgStuttgartAlemanha, 2004)
Post-craniotomy headache: characteristics, behaviour and effect on quality of life in patients operated for treatment of supratentorial intracranial aneurysms
(BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2008)
We prospectively studied headache characteristics during 6 months after craniotomy performed for treatment of cerebral aneurysms in 79 patients. Semistructured interviews, headache diaries, the Hospital Anxiety and Depression ...
Temporomandibular disorders, sleep bruxism, and primary headaches are mutually associated.
To investigate the association among temporomandibular disorders (TMD), sleep bruxism, and primary headaches, assessing the risk of occurrence of primary headaches in patients with or without painful TMD and sleep bruxism. ...