The authors highlight what is known about the development of new daily persistent headache (NDPH), explain how to diagnose and manage patients with NDPH, and discuss possible future therapies.
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Research study results showed that treatments for multiple sclerosis precipitated headaches and migraines.
Depression is the most frequently observed psychiatric disorder in HD, with an estimated prevalence of 40% to 50%.
A rapid increase in the female-to-male ratio of MS incidence has been observed through several population studies.
Current evidence highlights the potential role of cross-talk between the enteric and central nervous systems and the pathogenesis of Parkinson disease.
Companies touting these therapies may use impressive websites with endorsements by celebrities and physicians to instill a sense that the procedures are safe and acceptable.
Cannabis has been shown to reduce the use of prescription drugs that have more numerous and serious side effects, including opioids, benzodiazepines, and antidepressants.
DBS has been known to generate other movement-related disorders such as dyskinesias, blepharospasm, and hypokinesia.
Neurology Advisor spoke with Dr Peter McAllister about how to best discern migraine with aura from stroke.
It is important for clinicians to quickly and accurately determine potential underlying causes and to prescribe treatments that take into account comorbidities and medications that older patients may be taking for them.
As the most effective treatment for a patient with multiple sclerosis is one that is specifically tailored to the patient’s individual needs and preferences, recognition of the unique characteristics, preferences, and trends shared by the millennial generation should drive innovative solutions.
New cases of headache in older adults should be carefully evaluated for a differential diagnosis of primary headache and to examine underlying causes of secondary headache.
Headache screening should be a routine part of a prenatal visit so that if and when a patient presents with an attack, a suitable plan of action is already established.
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