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1954 44
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1956 57
1957 32
1958 22
1959 31
1960 26
1961 26
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1964 3
1965 38
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1967 43
1968 48
1969 35
1970 45
1971 40
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1978 53
1979 51
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1981 41
1982 63
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1984 58
1985 55
1986 64
1987 87
1988 89
1989 100
1990 98
1991 107
1992 102
1993 129
1994 118
1995 110
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1997 124
1998 141
1999 137
2000 133
2001 152
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2003 154
2004 160
2005 204
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2007 187
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Headache Attributed to Airplane Travel: A Review of Literature.
Nierenburg H and Jackfert K. Curr Pain Headache Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 29904804
Airplane headache is classified as unilateral, stabbing, orbito-frontal pain, lasting under 30 min, and occurs during ascent or descent of a plane. ...There are no randomized controlled trials regarding treatment, but case reports suggest headache prevention with pre-treatment with naproxen, decongestants, and triptans prior to air travel. ...
Airplane headache is classified as unilateral, stabbing, orbito-frontal pain, lasting under 30 min, and occurs during ascent or desce …
Headaches in Children
Sivaswamy L and Kamat D. Pediatr Ann 2018. PMID 29446793
Headache etiology in children: a retrospective study of 125 cases.
Deda G, et al. Pediatr Int 2000. PMID 11192525
BACKGROUND: To determine the headache etiology in children in the middle Anatolia region of Turkey. METHODS: The clinical and laboratory findings of 125 patients, who were followed up after a diagnosis of headache in our hospital, were reviewed retrospectively. ...Of the 125 patients in the study, 85 (68%) had acute headache and 40 (32%) had chronic headache; 44 (35.2%) patients had acute localized-type headache, 39 (31.2%) suffered from acute recurrent-type headache, 38 (30.4%) had chronic non-progressive headache and acute generalized and chronic progressive-type headache were diagnosed in two (1.6%) patients. ...
BACKGROUND: To determine the headache etiology in children in the middle Anatolia region of Turkey. METHODS: The clinical and …
[Differential diagnosis of headaches]
Geissler K and Guntinas-Lichius O. Laryngorhinootologie 2014 - Review. PMID 24863914 German.
Headache is a frequent symptom in otorhinolaryngology. Such a secondary headache is typically caused by an organic disease in the head and neck area. Much more frequent is primary headache i.e. that an organic cause cannot be found. The most frequent primary headache types are migraine, tension-type headache, and cluster headache. ...
Headache is a frequent symptom in otorhinolaryngology. Such a secondary headache is typically caused by an organic disease in
Headache.
Hainline B. Neurol Clin 1994 - Review. PMID 7990784
Headache is very common among women of childbearing age and can be influenced by hormonal fluctuations. When pregnant women develop headache, the cause is usually tension-type headache or migraine, but headache may be a symptom of a more serious neurologic or medical condition. This article discusses the differential diagnosis and management of major causes of headache during pregnancy....
Headache is very common among women of childbearing age and can be influenced by hormonal fluctuations. When pregnant women develop
Prison
Loevenstein P. Headache 1977. PMID 845019
Headache etiology in a pediatric emergency department.
Burton LJ, et al. Pediatr Emerg Care 1997. PMID 9061724
The spectrum of ED diagnoses included viral illness (39.2%), sinusitis (16.0%), migraine (15.6%), post-traumatic headache (6.6%), streptococcal pharyngitis (4.9%), and tension headache (4.5%). ...The frequency of serious and nonserious conditions as a cause of headache was compared to data from general EDs. CONCLUSION: Serious conditions presenting with the chief complaint of headache in the pediatric ED were not common in our population. ...
The spectrum of ED diagnoses included viral illness (39.2%), sinusitis (16.0%), migraine (15.6%), post-traumatic headache (6.6%), str …
Mechanisms of headache.
Dalessio DJ. Med Clin North Am 1978 - Review. PMID 351305
It is thus evident that the mechanisms of headache differ widely from one syndrome or symptom complex to another. Both intracranial and extracranial structures may be involved. ...Future research on headache will almost certainly concentrate on headache mechanisms and will be concerned with molecular mechanisms, immunity and the biochemistry of vascular mediators. ...
It is thus evident that the mechanisms of headache differ widely from one syndrome or symptom complex to another. Both intracranial a …
Evaluation and management of life-threatening headaches in the emergency department
Zodda D, et al. Emerg Med Pract 2019. PMID 30676714
Headache is the fourth most common reason for emergency department encounters, accounting for 3% of all visits in the United States. ...
Headache is the fourth most common reason for emergency department encounters, accounting for 3% of all visits in the United States.
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