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Headache - Migraine

Information on migraine..causes and treatments
Headache - Tension

Tension headaches; causes and management
Headache - Other

Articles on different types of headaches

classical migraine
- Classical migraine is a throbbing headache that occurs on both sides of the head, or sometimes just one side. It can last anywhere from a few hours to many days. It usually begins with visual sensations, called auras, that last from 5minutes to 30 minutes. Visual auras may include seeing flashing lights or wavy lines.
bacterial meningitis
- Bacterial (back-tier-ee-al) meningitis (men-in-jie-tis) is an infection of the membranes that cover the brain.
epidural abscess
- An epidural abscess is a walled off area of infection that occurs in the space between the outermost membrane of the brain or spinal cord, and the overlying bone and ligaments.
- A headache is a painful sensation in the muscles, the skin, or one of the organs in the head or near the brain.
- Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain. It usually follows or results from an infection.
- Listeriosis (lis-ter-ee-oh-sis) is a bacterial infection that strikes humans and animals.
- A migraine is a moderate to severe headache affecting one or both sides of the head.
ophthalmoplegic migraine
hemorrhagic stroke
pituitary tumour
- A pituitary tumour is an abnormal growth that develops within the pituitary gland. The pituitary is a pea-sized gland at the base of the brain. It secretes hormones into the bloodstream and controls most of the body's other hormone-secreting glands.
pseudotumor cerebri disease
senile cerebral amyloid angiopathy
stroke from atherosclerosis
spinal tap
tension headache
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