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  • A Hospital Based Retrospective Study of Acute Postpartum Headache. [Journal Article]
  • HHeadache 2018 Feb 15
  • Vgontzas A, Robbins MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nearly three-quarters of postpartum women who present with acute onset headache and receiving neurological consultation are found to have a secondary headache - with nearly half of the secondary headaches attributed to PEC or cerebrovascular headache disorders. The absence of a headache history and a clear PDPH description should prompt strong consideration for neuroimaging to rule out cerebrovascular etiologies of headache as well as close monitoring for signs and symptoms of preeclampsia in women presenting with acute severe postpartum headache.
  • Sudden spleen rupture in a Plasmodium vivax-infected patient undergoing malaria treatment. [Journal Article]
  • MJMalar J 2018 Feb 13; 17(1):79
  • Elizalde-Torrent A, Val F, … Lacerda MVG
  • CONCLUSIONS: The splenic rupture suffered by this patient occurred 2 days after starting the treatment. Having a portable ultrasound apparatus may have saved the patient's life, as it revealed a haemorrhage needing an urgent surgery. Parasites were detected by PCR in the extracted spleen. This patient suffered two more vivax malaria diagnosed episodes in spite of receiving and completing treatment with chloroquine and primaquine for each clinical attack. Splenic rupture during acute malaria is uncommon, but it is likely underdiagnosed and underreported, because the lack of means and equipment hinders diagnostic confirmation, especially in endemic areas.
  • Sports and Headaches. [Journal Article]
  • HHeadache 2018 Feb 05
  • Evans RW
  • In the United States, up to 3.8 million people per year have sports-related mild traumatic brain injury frequently followed by a variety of headaches. Headaches associated with sports (exertional, we...
  • Characteristics and diagnoses of acute headache in pregnant women - a retrospective cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Headache Pain 2017 Dec 04; 18(1):114
  • Raffaelli B, Siebert E, … Neeb L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Secondary headache disorders are common during pregnancy, occurring in over one third of acute headache cases receiving neurological consultation. Most anamnestic and clinical features may not allow a clear distinction between primary and secondary headaches. Clinicians should pay attention to the presence of secondary headache history, elevated blood pressure, fever and abnormal findings in the neurological examination. Additional investigations, including laboratory tests and neuroimaging, are essential for the diagnostic process.
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