Poststroke Headache: An Underdiagnosed Entity?

Poststroke Headache: An Underdiagnosed Entity? Letters to the Editor Volume 97, Number 6, June 2018 Corinne Ammann-Reiffer, MPTSc stroke onset, particularly with intracerebral was mentioned as a discrete entity in a Rehabilitation Center for Children hemorrhage and stroke in thevertebrobasilar comprehensive review on poststroke 1 8 and Adolescents territory. A recent study from Israel pain by Harrison and Field with no University Children's Hospital Zurich with 2166 patients showed that 9.5% specific recommendation on manage- Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland of patients reported occurrence of head- ment and that further study is needed. Children's Research Center ache in acute stroke. Fifty percent of There are 2 major limitations in the University Children's Hospital patients with sinus venous thrombosis, current literature. First, making a clear Zurich, Switzerland 21.3% of patients with intracerebral diagnosis of headache attributed to and CAPHRI Research Institute hemorrhage, and 8.4% of patients with ischemic stroke or nontraumatic intra- Program Functioning and Rehabilitation ischemic stroke reported headache. How- cranial hemorrhage based on the Inter- Department of Epidemiology Maastricht University ever, chronic headache as a long-term national Classification of Headache Maastricht, the Netherlands sequela of stroke is less studied. Disorders may be challenging. The temporal relationship of headache with A 3-yr questionnaire-based follow-up Rob http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Wolters Kluwer Health

Poststroke Headache: An Underdiagnosed Entity?

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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Copyright © 2017 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.
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0894-9115
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1537-7385
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10.1097/PHM.0000000000000835
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Letters to the Editor Volume 97, Number 6, June 2018 Corinne Ammann-Reiffer, MPTSc stroke onset, particularly with intracerebral was mentioned as a discrete entity in a Rehabilitation Center for Children hemorrhage and stroke in thevertebrobasilar comprehensive review on poststroke 1 8 and Adolescents territory. A recent study from Israel pain by Harrison and Field with no University Children's Hospital Zurich with 2166 patients showed that 9.5% specific recommendation on manage- Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland of patients reported occurrence of head- ment and that further study is needed. Children's Research Center ache in acute stroke. Fifty percent of There are 2 major limitations in the University Children's Hospital patients with sinus venous thrombosis, current literature. First, making a clear Zurich, Switzerland 21.3% of patients with intracerebral diagnosis of headache attributed to and CAPHRI Research Institute hemorrhage, and 8.4% of patients with ischemic stroke or nontraumatic intra- Program Functioning and Rehabilitation ischemic stroke reported headache. How- cranial hemorrhage based on the Inter- Department of Epidemiology Maastricht University ever, chronic headache as a long-term national Classification of Headache Maastricht, the Netherlands sequela of stroke is less studied. Disorders may be challenging. The temporal relationship of headache with A 3-yr questionnaire-based follow-up Rob

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American Journal of Physical Medicine & RehabilitationWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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