296 Pages 300 Color Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The authors of the first edition worked together again to revise data for the second edition of this popular volume. Based at three of the world's leading centers for the study and treatment of headache, these experts share their insights on every aspect of this common and irritating condition. In particular, the sections on migraine, cluster headache and vascular disease have been updated. Based on the classification system developed by the International Headache Society, Headache in Clinical Practice provides those interested in headache with an up-to-date compendium of current opinion, from epidemiology, pathophysiology and investigation, through options for intervention and management.

    Part I: Pathophysiology and Epidemiology of Headache. Historical Introduction. Classification and Diagnosis of Headache. Epidemiology and Impact of Headache Disorders. Diagnostic Testing and Ominous Causes of Headache. The Pathophysiology of Primary Headache. Part II: Primary Headache Disorders. Migraine: Diagnosis and Treatment. Tension-type Headache: Diagnosis and Treatment. Chronic Daily Headache: Diagnosis and Treatment. Trigeminal Autonomic Cluster Headache: Diagnosis and Treatment. Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgias - (Paroxysmal Hemicrania and SUNCT) and Other Short-lasting headaches (Hypnic Headache). Part III: Secondary Headache Disorders. Post-traumatic Headache. Headache Associated with Non-vascular Intracranial Disease. Headache Associated with Vascular Disease: Migraine and Stroke. Sinus Headache and Nasal Disease. Headache Associated with Central Nervous System Infections. Pregnancy, Breast Feeding and Headache. Geriatric Headache.


    Stephen D. Silberstein