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Head Abnormalities

Headaches Types

Classic Migrane Age childhood
Common migraine age childhood
cluster age adulthood
hypertensive age adulthood
muscular age adulthood
temporal arteries age older adulthood
location - classic migraine unilateral
location - common migraine generalized
location - cluster unilateral
location - hypertensive bilateral or occipital
location - muscular unilater or bilateral
location - temporal arteries unilateral or bilateral
duration - classic hours to days
duration - common hours to days
duration - cluster 1/2 to 2 hours
duration - hypertensive hours
duration - muscular hours to days
duration - temporal hours to days
time of onset - classic morning or night
time of onset - common morning or night
time of onset - cluster night
time of onset - hypertensive morning
time of onset - mucular anytime, common in evening or afternoon
time of onset - temporal anytime
quality - classic pulsating or throbbing
quality - common pulsating or throbbing
quality - cluster intense burning, boring, searing, knife-like
quality - hypertensive throbbing
quality - muscular band-like, constricting
quality - temporal throbbing
prodromal - classic well-defined neurologic event, scotoma, aphasia, hemianopsia, aura
prodromal - common vague neurologic changes, personality change, fluid retention, appetite loss
prodromal - cluster personality changes, sleep disturbances
prodromal - hypertensive none
prodromal - temporal none
prodromal - muscular none
precipitating - classic menstrual period missing meals, birth control pills, letdown after stress
precipitating - common menstrual period, missing meals, birth control pills, let down after stress
precipitating - cluster alcohol consumption
precipitating - hypertensive none
precipitating - muscular stress, anger, bruxism
precipitating - temporal none
Frequency - classic twice a week
frequency - common twice a week
frequency - cluster several times nightly for several nights then disappear
frequency - hypertensive daily
frequency - muscular daily
frequency - temporal daily
gender - classic female
gender - common female
gender - cluster male
gender - hypertensive equal
gender - muscular equal
gender - temporal equal
other - classic nausea, vomiting
other - common nausea, vomiting
other - cluster increase lacrimation, nasal discharge
other - hypertensive generally remits as day progresses
otther - muscular none
other - temporal none
Created by: jonyeh



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