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(Headache)
79,767 results
  • The Global Burden of Headache. [Journal Article]
  • SNSemin Neurol 2018; 38(2):182-190
  • Saylor D, Steiner TJ
  • At the turn of the century, most of the world's population lived in regions where the prevalence of headache was unknown and its impact poorly understood. Lifting The Burden (LTB), a nonprofit organi...
  • [«Man-in-the-barrel» syndrome: atypical manifestation of giant cell arteritis]. [Journal Article]
  • RNRev Neurol 2018 Jun 01; 66(11):373-376
  • Calle-Lopez Y, Fernandez-Ramirez AF, … Vanegas-Garcia AL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although the typical clinical manifestations of giant cell arteritis are headache, jaw claudication, loss of sight, constitutional symptoms and polymyalgia rheumatica, its presence must be suspected in patients over the age of 50 who manifest alterations affecting the peripheral nerve, including brachial diplegia with no other demonstrable cause.
  • Behçet's Syndrome and Nervous System Involvement. [Review]
  • CNCurr Neurol Neurosci Rep 2018 May 23; 18(7):35
  • Uygunoğlu U, Siva A
  • Although Behçet's syndrome (BS) is classified as a rare disease in European countries and the USA, its neurologic involvement "neuro-Behçet's syndrome (NBS)" is commonly included in the differential ...
  • Papillary glioneuronal tumor. A case report. [Journal Article]
  • NNeurocirugia (Astur) 2018 May 19
  • Castro Castro J, Lista Martínez O, … Conde Lorenzo N
  • Papillary glioneuronal tumor (PGNT) is a recently described central nervous system neoplasm. In 2007, the World Health Organization classified this tumor as a grade I neuronal-glial neoplasm. Patient...
  • Hints on Diagnosing and Treating Headache. [Journal Article]
  • DADtsch Arztebl Int 2018 Apr 27; 115(17):299-308
  • May A
  • CONCLUSIONS: If the patient is clearly suffering from none of the four types of primary headache, the problem must be a headache of a secondary nature, potentially reflecting a dangerous underlying disease. The treatment of headache is usually successful and thus highly rewarding for physicians of all medical specialties.
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