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  • Managing cyclic vomiting syndrome in children: beyond the guidelines. [Review]
  • EJEur J Pediatr 2018 Aug 03
  • Li BUK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although management of CVS remains challenging to the clinician, approaches based upon recent literature and accumulated experience with subgroups of patients has led to improved treatment of the refractory and hospitalized patient. What is Known: • Cyclic vomiting syndrome is a complex disorder that remains challenging to manage. • Previous therapy has been guided by the NASPGHAN Consensus Statement of 2008. What is New: • New prophylactic approaches include NK1 antagonists and higher dosages of amitriptyline. • Strategies based upon comorbidities and subphenotype are helpful in refractory patients.
  • Preventive Therapy of Migraine. [Journal Article]
  • CContinuum (Minneap Minn) 2018; 24(4, Headache):1052-1065
  • Schwedt TJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Successful migraine preventive therapy reduces the frequency and burden of attacks while causing limited side effects. Individual treatment recommendations are determined based upon evidence for efficacy, side effect and adverse event profiles, medication interactions, patient comorbidity, costs, and patient preferences. Patients must be counseled on reasonable expectations for their preventive therapy and the importance of adhering to the recommended treatment plan for a period of time that is sufficient to determine outcomes.
  • Headache as a reason for consultation: the primary care perspective. [Journal Article]
  • NNeurologia 2018 Jul 30
  • López-Bravo A, Bellosta-Diago E, … Santos-Lasaosa S
  • CONCLUSIONS: PC physicians are in frequent contact with patients with headache and show interest in receiving training on this condition. This could be helpful in designing training programmes aimed at improving quality of care in this area.
  • Managing a patient with globus pharyngeus. [Journal Article]
  • FGFrontline Gastroenterol 2018; 9(3):208-212
  • Harvey PR, Theron BT, Trudgill NJ
  • A woman aged 47 years reported the feeling of a lump in her throat for the past year. The sensation was present intermittently and usually improved when she ate. She noted it was worse with dry swall...
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