Headache. NIP– Neurology in Practice

  • ID: 2489145
  • Book
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Unmask the clinical complexity behind one of the most common neurological symptoms

Headache is a common clinical complaint often overlooked by both sufferers and physicians that can be intimidating to approach and manage.  Hundreds of different etiologies, both benign and life–threatening, may primarily feature the symptom, and diagnosis can therefore be challenging.Headache is a practical guide to headache medicine designed for both neurologists and general practitioners. Its expert author team introduces the principles of classification and diagnosis, and focuses in detail on the main classes of headache migraine, tension–type and trigeminal autonomic cephalgias, including cluster headache. They also cover unusual headache disorders such as hemicrania continua and new daily persistent headache, and address the management of headache in women, children and the elderly.

With a clinically focused practical approach, Headache draws on the experience of international specialists to help you diagnose and manage your patients more effectively.

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Contributor List vii

Series Foreword x

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xii

PART I: PRINCIPLES OF HEADACHE: PRIMARY AND SECONDARY HEADACHE DISORDERS

1 The Basics of Headache Classification and Diagnosis 3Seymour Solomon and Richard B. Lipton

2 Approach to the Patient with Headache 16Brian M. Grosberg, Benjamin W. Friedman, and Seymour Solomon

3 Secondary Headache Disorders Encountered in Clinical Practice 27Deborah I. Friedman

PART II: MIGRAINE

4 Diagnosis and Subtypes of Migraine 57Seymour Solomon and Brian M. Grosberg

5 Epidemiology, Progression, Prognosis, and Comorbidity of Migraine 64Richard B. Lipton, C. Mark Sollars, and Dawn C. Buse

6 Pathophysiology and Genetics of Migraine 88Peter J. Goadsby

7 Multidisciplinary Approach to Patients with Migraine 100Lucille A. Rathier, Dawn C. Buse, Robert A. Nicholson, and Frank Andrasik

8 Acute Treatments for Migraine 113Dagny Holle and Hans–Christoph Diener

9 Preventive Treatments for Migraine 125William B. Young

10 Managing the Special Problem of Chronic Migraine 140Marcelo E. Bigal

PART III: TENSION–TYPE HEADACHE

11 Diagnosis, Subtypes, Epidemiology, Progression, Prognosis, and Comorbidity of Tension–type Headache 155Sara C. Crystal, Uri Napchan, and Matthew S. Robbins

12 Pathophysiology and Genetics of Tension–type Headache 164Sait Ashina and Lars Bendtsen

13 Treatment of Tension–type Headache 172Sara C. Crystal and Katherine A. Henry

PART IV: TRIGEMINAL AUTONOMIC CEPHALALGIAS INCLUDING CLUSTER HEADACHE

14 Diagnosis and Subtypes of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias 183Arne May

15 Epidemiology, Progression, Prognosis, and Comorbidity of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias 192Matthew S. Robbins and Jessica Ailani

16 Pathophysiology and Genetics of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias 201Peter J. Goadsby

17 Treatment of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias Including Cluster Headache 214Sarah Vollbracht and Brian M. Grosberg

PART V: OTHER HEADACHE DISORDERS

18 New Daily Persistent Headache 229Matthew S. Robbins

19 Hemicrania Continua 236Uri Napchan

20 Unusual Short–duration Primary Headaches 245Sarah Vollbracht and Brian M. Grosberg

PART VI: MANAGEMENT OF HEADACHE IN SPECIFI C PATIENT POPULATIONS

21 Management of Headache in Women 259Elizabeth W. Loder, Dawn C. Buse, Vince Martin, Luzma Cardona, and Dawn A. Marcus

22 Management of Headache in Children 269Oranee Sanmaneechai and Karen Ballaban–Gil

23 Management of Headache in the Elderly 290Matthew S. Robbins and Richard B. Lipton

Index 307

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