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Migraine auras are sensory symptoms, including visual disturbances and physical sensations, that occur during or before a migraine episode. Learn more here.
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Authors: Sánchez Ruiz P, Martín Villaescusa C, Duat Rodríguez A, Cantarín Extremera V, Ruiz-Falcó Rojas ML Abstract Primary trochlear headache is a little-known cause of periorbital headache described in adults. It can involve very disabling pain. In addition, it can be associated with other types of headaches, making them even more difficult to identify. To diagnose this pathology, it is necessary that the examination of the trochlea be incorporated into the usual clinical practice of the patient with headache, which will allow the establishment of an adequate treatment. The case...
Source: Archivos de la Sociedad Espanola de Oftalmologia - Category: Opthalmology Tags: Arch Soc Esp Oftalmol Source Type: research
by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. The Resident (Season 3; Episode 4): Hubris and Assault; New Amsterdam (Season 2; Episode 4): Taking medicine to the streets, assisted suicide, lead poisoning The Resident (Season 3; Episode 4): Hubris and Assault Hades is a social media white supremacist celebrity comes in with a headache and a history of brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM). He says he does not want Pravesh (Indian), Nevins (female), or Feldman (Jewish) touching him. Cain (African-American) offers to do his surgery even though the patient is a violent racist.…
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We report the case of a 9-year-old girl with linear scleroderma en coup de sabre (LSCS) who developed progressive white matter involvement, presenting as intractable hemiplegic migraine-like attacks induced by exercise. After a period of severely aggressive course, clinical and radiological stabilization was achieved under immunosuppressant treatment. Intrathecal synthesis of IgG and lymphocytic pleocytosis provided indirect evidence of a chronic inflammatory process of the central nervous system. We discuss the possible immunopathogenic mechanisms responsible for the neurocutaneous involvement in LSCS, favouring the hypot...
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The NHS's spending watchdog for England and Wales refused to fund Aimovig, even though health chiefs in Scotland have already given it the green light.
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The CGRP-targeting migraine-prevention drug fremanezumab is safe and effective in reducing migraines for patients who have failed up to four other therapies, new research shows.Medscape Medical News
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Verapamil has been used for the prophylaxis of cluster headache for decades--but we still don't know why it works.Headache
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  Guidance aimed at improving workplace conditions for employees who are experiencing the menopause has been published today (Friday) by UNISON. The Menopause is a Workplace Issue is aimed at supporting employers to create a working environment where female staff feel supported. The guide highlights how symptoms – from migraines to panic attacks – are an occupational health issue and can have a significant effect on staff. However, these are often trivialised or treated as embarrassing by bosses and colleagues, says UNISON. The Menopause is a Workplace Issue has been sent to UNISON branches and union ...
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Headaches are very common in children. By the time they reach 18, essentially all kids will have had at least one. Most children get them rarely, usually with an illness. But some children get recurrent headaches. About 5% of kindergartners experience this problem, and the percentage goes up as children get older. By the time they get to the end of high school, that number is up to more than 25%. Recurrent headaches often run in families. There are two types: primary and secondary. Primary headaches come from the nervous system itself, while secondary headaches are caused by something affecting the nervous system, such as ...
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A federal appeals court ’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act could be a huge headache for the president and take Democrats’ focus off Medicare for all.
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