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Headache and Facial Pain (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780190842130

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¥10,527
Author: 
Lawrence Newman; Morris Levin; Rashmi Halker; Rebecca Michael
Pages
232 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x235 mm
Pub date
Jun 2022
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In this new edition of Headache and Facial Pain in the "What Do I Do Now?" series, the authors have added cases dealing with issues that were not included in the first edition, eliminated several chapters that were no longer topical or in which recommendations were not current, and updated the rest. The book continues to simulate the "curbside consultation" in our selection of 37 cases about headache and facial pain. Each "case" poses an important question to be discussed and each are addressed, much as a consultant would do over the phone or in the hallway, using current evidence and experienced-based information. We have divided this volume into four sections that cover the typical ground for head/face pain consultation: Section 1, Diagnostic Questions; Section 2, Treatment Questions; Section 3, Questions Related to Special Populations; and Section 4 Prognostic, Social, and Legal Issues. Diagnostic reasoning is presented along the lines of the International Classification of Headache Disorders, third edition (ICHD-III). Additionally, recommendations for adding or modifying new treatment modalities (pharmacologic and devices) that have been approved since publication of the first edition have been incorporated based on updates from the AHS consensus statement. A list of key clinical points again appears at the end of each case discussion, followed by a list of suggested articles or chapters for those interested in doing further reading on the subject.

Index: 

Section 1 Diagnostic Questions
Chapter 1. Orgasmic Headache
Chapter 2. Sinus Headache
Chapter 3. White Matter Abnormalities on Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Chapter 4. Giant Cell Arteritis
Chapter 5. Spontaneous Cervicocerebral Artery Dissections
Chapter 6. Chiari Malformation and Migraine
Chapter 7. New Daily Persistent Headache
Chapter 8. Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension
Chapter 9. Migraine with Persistent Aura
Chapter 10. Vestibular Migraine
Chapter 11. Cough Headache
Chapter 12. Nummular Headache
Chapter 13. Cervicogenic Headache
Chapter 14. Thunderclap Headache
Section 2 Treatment Questions
Chapter 15. Medication Overuse
Chapter 16. Hemicrania Continua
Chapter 17. Trigeminal Neuralgia
Chapter 18. Acute Treatment of Migraine
Chapter 19. Occipital Neuralgia
Chapter 20. Headache and Allergy
Chapter 21. Headache in HIV
Chapter 22. Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Chapter 23. Postdural Puncture Headache
Chapter 24. Refractory Chronic Migraine
Chapter 25. Altitude Headache
Chapter 26. Headache Treatment in Depression and Anxiety
Chapter 27. Headache Treatment in Addiction
Section 3 Questions Related to Special Populations
Chapter 28. Menstrual Headache
Chapter 29. Headaches in Pregnancy
Chapter 30. Combined hormonal contraceptives and migraine
Chapter 31. Abdominal Migraine
Chapter 32. Acute Treatment of Childhood Migraine
Chapter 33. Chronic Headache in an Adolescent
Section 4 Prognostic, Social, and Legal Issues
Chapter 34. Post Traumatic Headache
Chapter 35. Headache in the Elderly
Chapter 36. Recurring headaches in medication averse patient
Chapter 37. COVID-19 Cephalalgia

About the author: 

Lawrence C. Newman, MD Director, Headache Division NYU Langone Health Professor of Neurology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine New York, NY Morris Levin, MD Professor, Department of Neurology, University of California, San Francisco, CA Rashmi B. Halker Singh, MD FAHS FAAN Mayo Clinic Director, Headache Medicine Fellowship Program Division of Headache Medicine Department of Neurology Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, AZ Rebecca L. Michael, MD Assistant Clinical Professor University of California, San Francisco Department of Neurology Division of Headache and Facial Pain San Francisco, CA

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