Hemicrania continua in a patient with concomitant dental disease
- Nadir Grlen Primer Saplanma BaÅŸ AÄŸrÄ±sÄ±: Bir Olgu Sunumu. €oban, Arzu; Ertaş, Mustafa // Turkish Journal of Neurology / Turk Noroloji Dergisi;Mar2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p30
The primary stabbing headache is a syndrome characterized by ultrashort attacks confined to the head, exclusively or predominantly felt in the distribution of the first division of trigeminal nerve. The indomethacin is the drug of first choice for treatment due to headache is good response. In...
- Case report. Temporomandibular dysfunction can contribute to aggravation of tension-type headache: a case report. Rosted, Palle; Jorgensen, Annette; Bundgaard, Mads // Acupuncture in Medicine;Sep2010, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p154
A 15-year-old girl, who had had occasional tension-type headache, developed, rather suddenly and without any obvious reason, severe headache. She was admitted to hospital, where examination including CT and magnetic resonance scans did not show any abnormality. A visit to her own general...
- Relapsing remitting hypnic headache responsive to indomethacin in an adolescent: a case report. Prakash, Sanjay; Dabhi, Ajay S. // Journal of Headache & Pain;Dec2008, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p393
Hypnic headache (HH) is a rare sleep-associated primary headache disorder that usually begins after the age of 60 years. Here we report a 19-year-old male with 4-year history of predominantly left sided HH. He is the youngest person reported who fulfills the IHS diagnostic criteria for HH. The...
- Verging on the dangerous. Gray, R. // British Dental Journal;10/12/2013, Vol. 215 Issue 7, p315
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article on headaches and severe bilateral temporomandibular joint clicking.
- Clarifying the TMJ-headache link. O'Connor, Patrick G.; Berkowitz, Henry D.; Cohn, Peter F.; Gorman, B. David; Lief, Philip D.; Mishell Jr., Daniel R.; Nichols, Gwen L.; Rigsby, Michael O.; Ryan, Michael E. // Cortlandt Forum;12/20/97, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p94
Refutes the statement that temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction is the most important cause of either migraine or tension headache.
- Do you need to read this article? // New Zealand Doctor;4/9/2008, p21
A quiz about tension headache, sinusitis and temporomandibular joint pain is presented.
- Vertigo Resulting From TMJ Dysfunction. Hennings, Michael J. // American Chiropractor;Oct2014, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p32
The article discusses the mechanical etiology of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD)-related vertigo. A study which surveyed 1032 patients offered support of the connection between TMD and vertigo. Tests to identify vertigo include Swivel Chair Test, palpation of the cervical spine, and...
- Paroxysmal hemicrania-tic syndrome: a new case report. Maestrini, I; Viganò, A; Di Stefano, G; Truini, A; Cruccu, G; Lenzi, GL; Di Piero, V // Journal of Headache & Pain;Feb2013 Supplement, Vol. 14, p1
An abstract of the article "Paroxysmal hemicrania-tic syndrome: a new case report" by I. Maestrini, A. ViganÃ², G. Di Stefano, A. Truini, G. Cruccu, G. L. Lenzi, and V. Di Piero is presented.
- Are Cox-2 drugs the second line option in indomethacin responsive headaches? Porta-Etessam, Jesús; Cuadrado, Marialuz; Rodríguez-Gómez, Octavio; García-Ptacek, Sara; Valencia, Cristina // Journal of Headache & Pain;Oct2010, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p405
Paroxysmal hemicrania and hemicrania continua are both indomethacin-responsive headaches. Although indomethacin use to be well tolerated, some patients developed gastrointestinal side effects. We report four cases of hemicrania continua and a patient suffering chronic paroxysmal hemicrania...