Migraine and Puberty: Potential Susceptible Brain Sites
Puberty is a sensitive and critical period for brain development. The relationship between developmental processes in the brain during puberty and the onset of migraine disease in relation to the potential sites of susceptibility in the brain remains largely unknown. There are little data on how such processes interact with each other in influencing the migraine onset during puberty or even later in adulthood. Focusing on the migraine brain during pubertal development may provide us with a “window of opportunity” to both better understand the mechanisms of the disease and also more importantly to effectively intervene.
With so many of us wrestling with fears and unknowns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, every throat tickle, nose drip, or cough is suspect: do I have coronavirus? By now, we all know that COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, can cause severe, life-threatening symptoms, although the majority of people who have it will experience a mild to moderate version. Of course, it is spring, so many people may be experiencing their annual springtime tree pollen allergies. Colds also remain common, just as was true before the coronavirus. And although influenza season is coming to an end, perhaps you’ve wondered if so...
Condition: Headache Intervention: Procedure: Pulsed radiofrequency of the occipital nerves Sponsor: Attikon Hospital Recruiting
Conclusions: Acupuncture appears to be an effective treatment modality for TTH, but the credibility of the results is limited owing to the generally low methodological quality and evidence quality in the included SRs/MAs. PMID: 32256645 [PubMed]
Publication date: Available online 7 April 2020Source: Neurología (English Edition)Author(s): C. Cumplido-Trasmonte, P. Fernández-González, I.M. Alguacil-Diego, F. Molina-Rueda
This study combined the results of 47 studies with 23,000 participants to estimate how common cannabis withdrawal syndrome (symptoms include irritability, nervousness or anxiety, depression and headache) is among individuals who stop regular use.
A 45-year-old man had been diagnosed with right cholesteatoma and mastoiditis, and he received mastoidectomy and tympanotomy 1 year ago. Since then, he regularly followed up at the otolaryngology clinic. Right temporal headache and intermittent pus drainage (Figure. 1) from the operation wound were present.
AbstractIdiopathic basal ganglia calcification (IBGC) or primary familial brain calcification is a rare genetic condition characterized by an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern and the presence of bilateral calcifications in the basal ganglia, thalami, cerebellum and cerebral subcortical white matter. The syndrome is genetically and phenotypically heterogeneous. Causal mutations have been identified in four genes:SLC20A2,PDGFRB,PDGFB andXPR1. A variety of progressive neurological and psychiatric symptoms have been described, including cognitive impairment, movement disorders, bipolar disorder, chronic headaches and mig...
Vishal Gupta, Snehal Agrawal, GN Abhishek, Shipra Agarwal, Kanika SahniIndian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology 2020 86(3):289-291
Conclusions: The state of art of this important topic show how although the mechanisms underlying the development of the two different diseases are different, the treatment of common migraine is efficacious in patients that have developed a post traumatic form.
CONCLUSIONS: Results from this case series investigating flow-diverter placement for recurrent aneurysms after stent-assisted coiling suggested that the procedure is safe and effective. Further study in a larger population may be warranted.