Migraine

Migraine : Manifestations, Pathogenesis and Management

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Migraine: Manifestations, Pathophysiology, and Management Second Edition focuses on migraine's diverse variations, its pathophysiology, and its treatment. Authored by a clinician/scientist who himself suffers from migraine, the book's premise is that the clinical significance of migraine and its treatment are intelligible only if the physician understands the anatomical, physiological and pharmacological factors underlying both head pain and the other manifestations of migraine. This significantly expanded and thoroughly updated second edition combines a reasonable and practical approach to the clinical aspects of migraine, an assessment of the mechanisms of headache, and a review of management programmes for migraine.show more

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  • Hardback | 532 pages
  • 175.3 x 254 x 25.4mm | 1,247.39g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 120 line illustrations
  • 0195137051
  • 9780195137057

Table of contents

Part 1: Clinical Aspects of Migraine; 1. Epidemiology; 2. Genetics; 3. Clinical Manifestations; 4. Unusual Forms of Migraine, Variants and Equivalents; 5. Initiators, Precipitators and Triggers; 6. Hormones; 7. Examination and Investigation of the Migraineur; 8. Differential Diagnosis; Part 2: Pathophysiology; 9. The Prodrome and the Aura; 10. Control of the Cerebral Circulation; 11. Head Pain and Associated Symptoms; 12. The Serotonin Hypothesis and Other Theories; Part 3: Management of Acute Attacks; 13. Trigger Factors and Non-Pharmacological Approaches; 14. Anti-Emetics, Analgesics, Barbiturates and Opiates; 15. Ergots; 16. Triptans; 17. Mechanism of Action of Ergots and Triptans; 18. Emergency Department Treatment; Part 4: Prophylaxis; 19. Overview of Indications and Guidelines; 20. *b-Blockers and Calcium-Channel Blockers; 21. Antidepressants; 22. Anticonvulsants; 23. Antiserotonergics, Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, and Miscellanous Medications; Part 5: Special Topics; 24. Migraine in Women; 25. Intractable Headaches and Medication Overuse; 26. Migraine in Children and the Elderly; 27. Afterwordshow more

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"A welcome addition ... There is much to commend in it. It is laid out in a logical, lucid manner, with very full discussions of the scientific and clinical aspects of this condition ... renders the various concepts accessible to both the general neurologist and those with a more specialist interest in the field. Brainshow more

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