cephalgia


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cephalgia

, encephalalgia - Cephalgia and encephalalgia are medical terms for a headache.
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Clinical functional anatomy of the pterygopalatine ganglion, cephalgia and related dysautonomias: A review.
Unilateral cranial autonomic symptoms (uAS) are typical features of trigem inal-autonomic cephalgia (4).
(19) 2011 hallucination, desmopressin acetate, 1 case (57/m) diplopia, frontal L-thyroxine and cephalgia, short- dimethicone, term memory hydrocortisone, and dysfunction, lack of risperidone.
I suffered from cardiac cephalgia angina attacks --35 to 45 per month, even though I was taking 30 mg of isosorbide mononitrate daily and using 0.4 mg nitroglycerin transdermal patches.
Common signs include cephalgia, seizure, weakness of limbs, and cranial nerve deficiency, depending on the location of the lesion.
(b) Dysfunctions of maternal organs which can be renal insufficiency, characterized by creatinine above 1.02 mg/dL; hepatic impairment, characterized by an elevation of transaminases two times above normal levels, or pain in the right hypochondrium, or epigastralgia; neurological complications, characterized by scotomas or persistent cephalgia accompanied by hyperreflexia or confusional states or eclampsia or cerebrovascular accident or amaurosis; and haematological complications consisting of thrombocytopenia or hemolysis;
Varon et al., "Validation of the headache impact test (HIT-6) across episodic and chronic migraine," Cephalgia, vol.
Patients with functional PG, such as pheochromocytoma, usually present a triad of clinical symptoms (Menard's triad): cephalgia, tachycardia, and diaphoresis, these symptoms being mainly related to high levels of catecholamines in blood.
The most important causes of primary headache are migraine, tension type, trigeminal autonomic cephalgia, and cluster headache.
Distinction from other primary headaches especially from cluster headache (CH) is essential, which is an autonomic cephalgia occuring as paroxysmal excruciatingly severe unilateral pain grouped in cluster periods.
Patient can have seizure, diplopia, and cephalgia secondary to raised intracranial pressure as a result of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.
Posttraumatic headache (PTH), also referred to as cephalgia, is the most common symptom after TBI (Neely, Midgette, & Scher, 2009), developing in 60%-90% of patients (Watanabe, Bell, Walker, & Schomer, 2012).