Key Features

  • Features a chapter organization based on the HIS classification of headache, making information easy to find.
  • Delivers balanced coverage of the most recent scientific discoveries as well as tried and true clinical observations.

Table of Contents

1.The History of Headache

2.Recording a Patient’s Case History

3. Types of Headache

4. Diagnosis Based on the History

5. Physical Examination

6. Migraine: Varieties

7. Migraine: Clinical Aspects

8. Migraine: Pathophysiology

9. Migraine: Treatment

10. Tension-type Headache

11. Chronic Daily Headache

12. Cluster Headache and Other Tigeminal Autonomic Cephalgias

13. Other Primary headache and Distinction from Those with Structured Cause

14. Post-Traumatic Headache and Whiplash Injury

15. Vascular Disorders

16. Non-Vascular Intracranial Disorders

17. Disorders of the Neck, Cranial and Extracranial Structures

18. Cranial Neuralgias and Central Causes of Facial Pain

19. The Investigation and General Management of Headache

Appendix A. An Explanation of Hyperventilation

Appendix B. Relaxation Exercises


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About the authors

James Lance

Affiliations and Expertise

Consultant Neurologist, Institute of Neurological Sciences, The Prince Henry and Prince of Wales Hospitals; Emeritus Professor of Neurology, University of New South Wales, Australia

Peter Goadsby

Affiliations and Expertise

The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery,London, UK