Melatonin: A Biomarker in Children, Adolescents With Migraine? Melatonin: A Biomarker in Children, Adolescents With Migraine?

Could decreased overnight melatonin levels be useful as a predictive marker for next day migraine in children and adolescents?Headache
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Do any of you have a good method of prescribing home SPG for a migraine abortive? I’ve prescribed lidocaine drops successfully but I’m not sure what I can prescribe for equipment to administer it (dropper, syringes, etc). Thanks!
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We describe demographic, socioeconomic and clinical characteristics of patients randomized to the same-day initiation arm for both studies. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: A total of 240 and 296 participants were enrolled in Kenya and South Africa. The majority were female (59% and 64% respectively), with a median age of 35 years. In both countries, most subjects were newly diagnosed with HIV on the day of enrolment (62%, 55%), believed they already had adequate knowledge to begin ART (78%, 68%), and preferred to start ART immediately (same-day) (98% in both countries). About 40% of all patients had at least one symptom r...
Source: Journal of the International AIDS Society - Category: Infectious Diseases Tags: J Int AIDS Soc Source Type: research
ConclusionThe use of treatment regimens composed of SOF and DCV or SOF and SMV showed a high SVR rate, despite of a high rate of RAS, and a good tolerability profile in patients with HCV genotype 1. However, the high occurrence of baseline RAS observed in this casuistic is still a concern and studies like this show the necessity to understand how they are maintained in the population and to direct more efficiently the use of DAAs.
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ConclusionsThe International Classification of Sleep Disorders, Third Edition criteria are adequate for a reliable diagnosis of disorders of arousal. Further validation studies, confirming DOA diagnosis with video polysomnography, are needed to investigate the predictive value of ICSD-3 criteria.
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We report a very rare case of intracranial infection by molluscum contagiosum virus. A 25-year-old girl was admitted to our hospital due to severe headache but no fever or other symptoms. Upon examination, some small flesh-colored flattened papules on both arms were noticed. Blood tests showed slightly reduced levels of CD3 and CD4 T lymphocytes. Three-dimensional time-of-flight magnetic resonance angiography (3D-TOF-MRA) and head magnetic resonance (MR) were both normal. Lumbar puncture was performed, and metagenomic sequencing was applied to the spinal fluid. The unique sequences of the molluscum contagiosum virus were i...
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Condition:   Acute Migraine Intervention:   Device: Nerivio Sponsor:   Theranica Not yet recruiting
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Conclusions: Transvenous stent-assisted coil embolization for dehiscent HJB with tinnitus and contralateral hypoplastic transverse or sigmoid venous sinus could be a technically safe and clinically effective treatment strategy while preserving cranial venous drainage.
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[263Chat] Gold rush in Cyclone Idai hit areas of Manicaland province has seen a drastic upsurge in Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), a health catastrophe that is likely to give the ministry of Health and Child Care severe headache,.
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CONCLUSION: Both sodium valproate and propranolol significantly reduced frequency, severity, and duration of migraine headache, but propranolol caused significantly greater reduction in the severity of headache compared to sodium valproate. Both the medications were well tolerated and did not result in discontinuation.
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