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headaches and injury

injury or brain and headaches

which type of headach are responsive to non-pharmocolgi treatments such as local heat, massage tension headache and chronic daily headache
which type of headache can be relieved by activity (not worsened) tension headache vs migrane where activity worsens
which type of head-ache might be described the discomfort as a dull pressure as though a cap, band, or vise were around the head tension type headache
which type of headache(s) might genetics play a factor in cluster and migrane
which types of headache have unilateral pain migrane and cluster
which type of headache is often mistaken as sinus/dental problems cluster headache
which types of headaches could be associated with vomiting cluster and migraine NOT TENSION
which type(s) can cause redness migrane and cluster
who is more likely to suffer from migrane headaches women or men women are 3 times more likely than men
which type of headache affects more men cluster
which are pulsation and which are not migrane and cluster are pulsating and tension headaches are not
during migrane headaches blood vessels dilate or contrict, nerves are excititor or inhibitor, what ion channel dysfunction dilation of blood vessels, excitation or nerves and dysfunction of voltage gated calcium channels
most common type of all headaches is migrane cluster or tension migrane
which type or types of headaches might be helped but acupuncture only those that nonpharmacologic treatment are most likely to help like tension and chronic daily headache
all of the following except what could have transformed or evolved into a chronic daily headache cluster, migrane, or tension cluster headaches do not ( they are from migrane, tension, and post-traumatic
secondary head and brain injuries result from primary and some examples are edema infection and ischemia (the only thing he has listed for primary is fractures
what type of fracture is where the break in is continuity to the bone simple/linear
type of fracture that is slintered or multiple fracture lines comminuted
type of fracture where bone fragments are embedded in the brain depressed
classifie the followin as mild moderate or severe coma, concussion, hematomas and hemorrhages consusion-mild hemmorrhages-moderate, coma sever hematomas
vascular injury in brain accompanied with bleeding hematoma
due to a rupture of blood vessesls hemorrhagic stroke
which type of hematoma is more common in young people epidural hematoma
tearing of small bridging veins that connect surface of cortex to dural sinuses subdural hematoma
which type(s) are associated with arteries epidural and intracerebral hematoma
which hematomas bleed because of ruputre in veins subdural and intracerebral hematoma
which hematoma are more common in older persons subdural and intracerebral hematomas
what is a syndrome of acute focal neurological deficit from a vascular disorder that injures brain tissue stroke
what is the most common type of stroke ischemic stroke
thrombolytic drugs are good for what kind of stroke ischemic not hemorrhagic
Created by: lainylaina