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Neurological Symptomatology

Neurological Symptomatology



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The approach to a patient with headache should be basedon the temporal pattern of symptoms, especially the modeof onset and subsequent course
recurrent and episodic
chronic and daily
subacute onset
acute onset
Based on the temporal occurrence of the headache, one must bear in mind:Based on the temporal occurrence of the headache, one must bear in mind:
Primary headachesPrimary headaches- usually benign in course and- usually benign in course andlong-term outcomelong-term outcome
Secondary headaches - frequently due to structural lesionsSecondary headaches - frequently due to structural lesionsand are guarded in prognosisand are guarded in prognosis
Pain-sensitive structures of the head and neck
Cervical spineTeethParanasal sinusesEyesScalp and extracranial musclesExtracranial arteriesFacial bones
PeriostiumVenous sinusesMeningesIntracranial arteries
Extracranial structuresIntracranial structures

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