cephalalgia


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Synonyms for cephalalgia

pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs

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Pathophysiology of trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias.
were recently awarded the prestigious Cephalalgia Award from the International Headache Society for their groundbreaking research regarding the StimPath Procedure a migraine treatment that uses neurostimulation to treat both the occipital and supraorbital nerves that can cause migraine pain.
The results, published in journal Cephalalgia, said the headaches could be caused by the effects of weightlessness.
If that's the case, the most anticipated show of 2008 could end up little more than a vexatious cephalalgia.
The report has been published in the journal Cephalalgia.
Transformed migraine and medication overuse in a teriary headache center-clinical characteristics and treatment outcomes," Cephalalgia, June 2004.
PVM attended the emergency room at the Hospital de Poniente (Almeria, Spain) because of cephalalgia, abdominal pain, and vomiting.
Jeffrey Blitz's award-winning documentary follows eight regional winners in the 1999 competition as they descend upon Washington DC for the televised final, where they must grapple with vocabulary including cabotinage, cephalalgia, logorrhea and opsimath.
Jeffrey Blitz's award winning documentary Spellbound follows eight regional winners in the 1999 competition as they descend upon Washington DC for the televised final, where they must grapple with vocabulary including cabotinage, cephalalgia, logorrhea and opsimath.
Cluster headache is a primary trigeminal-autonomic cephalalgia that exhibits circadian and circannual periodicity.
The study was recently published in the online edition of the journal Cephalalgia.
The study published in Cephalalgia (May 26), uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) for the first time to suggest a neurological basis for these visual remedies.
These include cryogenic headache (from eating ice cream), hair wash headache (due to the heavy weight of long wet hair after washing), coital cephalalgia (the "morning after" headache), ictal headache (accompanying seizures), thunderclap headache (sudden severe onset), and many more.
One in 100 people gets a sexual headache, known as orgasmic cephalalgia, at least once.
3,9 The PREEMPT studies were published in the March 2010 issue of Cephalalgia (available at: http://cep.