The Classification And Diagnosis Of Headache Disorders by Jes OlesenThe Classification And Diagnosis Of Headache Disorders by Jes Olesen

The Classification And Diagnosis Of Headache Disorders

EditorJes Olesen

Hardcover | June 21, 2005

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The new international classification of headache disorders (IHCD-2) contains precise diagnostic criteria for headache disorders, but it is very difficult to read. The book, edited by the chairman of the classification committee, provides an invaluable insight for all those who diagnoseheadache in their daily practice. This book follows the International Headache Classification, but expands on it by discussing the background of the various diagnoses, the pitfalls and the practical problems in interpretation, and thus provides a more comprehensive source for those diagnosingheadache disorders. It discusses diagnostic instruments such as headache diaries, headache calendars, and structured interviews. It also focuses on weak points in the headache classification where solid data is missing, and personal experience plays a greater role. Finally, it provides an insightfor future descriptive research. A whole catalogue of research ideas are presented which can be realized in any clinical setting where a large number of headache patients are being treated.
Professor of Neurology, University of Copenhagen, Chairman of Danish Headache Center, Glostrup Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Title:The Classification And Diagnosis Of Headache DisordersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:327 pages, 9.45 × 6.61 × 0.91 inPublished:June 21, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198565909

ISBN - 13:9780198565901


Table of Contents

Session I - Principles and tools1. R. Burstein and M. Jakubowski: Migraine with and without allodynia: new sub-classification of migraine2. J. Olesen: The international classification of headache disorders 2nd Edition (ICHD-2) and the 10th international classification of diseases, neurological adaptation (ICD10NA) classification of headache disorders3. R. Jensen and L. Bendtsen: Principles and tools: questionnaires, structured interviews, diaries and calendars4. M. Petersen-Braun, U. Weingartner, U. Gessner and H. Gobel: Comparison of a pharmacy-based observational study with GCP-conform clinical studies with effervescent acetylsalicylic acid in migraine 5. M. Pedini, A. Alberti, G. Mazzotta and P. Sarchielli: Diagnostic criteria for primary headaches of ICHD 2nd edition 2004: Electronic clinical sheets version Int. W.2.O6. J. Couch and J. Hettiarachchi: Prevalence of migraine in the primary care setting7. L. E. Morillo, L. Sanin, F. Alarcon, N. Aranaga, S. Aulet, E. Chapman, L. Conterno, E. Estevez, F. Garcia-Pedroza, J. Garrido, J. Leston, M. Macias-Islas, P. Monzillo, L. Nunez, A. Perez, N. Plascencia, C. Rodriguez, F. Silva, N. Simonovis, Y. Takeuchi and J. Hettiarachchi: Prevalence, clinicalcharacteristics and medication of migraine in Latin America: a population-based study8. Discussion summary, allodynia: principles and tools B. Richard and M. D. LiptonSession II - The primary headaches: Part 1 - The Migraines9. R. Lipton and M. E. Bigal: The classification of migraine10. M. Kirchmann Eriksen, L. Lykke Thomsen and J. Olesen: Migraine with aura and its borderlands11. N. J. Wiendels and M. D. Ferrari: Chronic migraine12. P. Torelli, E. Beghi and G. C. Manzoni: Appendix to the international classification of headache disorders (2nd edition) : application of diagnostic criteria for migraine without aura13. H. Gobel, A. Heinze, K. Heinze-Kuhn, U. Todt and C. Kubisch: Migraine with aura: IHS-subtypes 1988 compared to 2004 in clinical practice14. M. K. Eriksen, L. L. Thomsen and J. Olesen: ICHD-2 applied to 362 patients with migraine with aura according to the ICHD-115. M. K. Eriksen and L. L. Thomsen: Validation of new diagnostic criteria (ICHD-2) for migraine with auraSession III - The primary headaces: Part 216. L. Bendtsen and R. Jensen: Tension-type headache - what is new in the second edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders?17. P. J. Goadsby: Trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias18. G. Nappi, G. Sandrini, N. Ghiotto, A. P. Cecchini, C. Tassorelli and G. Sances: Other primary headaches: Old concepts and new views19. G. Nappi, C. Tassoreli, G. Sances, A. P. Cecchini, E. Guaschino and G. Sandrini: A case of hemicrania continua overlapping with other forms of strictly unilateral headaches associated with autonomic symptoms20. P. Torelli, E. Beghi and G. C. Manzoni: Appendix to the International Classification of Headache Disorders (2nd edition): application of diagnostic criteria for tension-type headache21. H. Gobel, A. Heinze and K. Heinze-Kuhn: Phenotype of chronic tension-type headache22. S. Silberstein: Discussion summary, the primary headaches: Part IISession IV - The secondary headaches: Part I23. F. Sakai: Headache attributed to infection24. M-G. Bousser: Headache attributed to cranial or cervical vascular disorder25. S. D. Silberstein: Headache attributed to a substance or its withdrawal26. M. J. A. Lainez: Headache attributed to trauma27. H. Gobel, A. Heinze and K. Heinze-Kuhn: Duration of rebound headache in the treatment of substance-overuse headache: effects of prednisolone vs tricyclic antidepressants28. C. Lucas, M. Viallet, M. A. Mackowiak, M. Girot, H. Henon and D. Leys: Headache and spontaneous cervical artery dissections: time-course and follow up29. P. Marchione, P. Giacomini, D. Fortini, C. Vento, D. Sama, D. Corigliano and G. Nappi: Hyperhomocysteinemia due to MTHFR C677T polymorphism as a possible link between stroke and migraine in young population30. Y. Alekseenko and U. Luchanok: Posttraumatic headache in patients with mild traumatic brain injury31. L. J. Stovner, D. Mickeviciene, H. Schrader, D. Obelieniene, D. Surkiene, R. Unickas and T. Sand: Posttraumatic headache attributed to mild head injury32. A. M. Pascual, A. Salvador, R. Gil, M. J. A. Lainez: Posttraumatic migraine secondary to organic lesions33. P. J. Goadsby: Discussion summary, the secondary headaches: Part 1Session V - The secondary headaches: Part II34. H. Gobel: Headache or facial pain attributed to disorders of cranium, neck, eyes, ears, nose, sinuses, teeth, mouth or other facial or cranial structures35. J. W. Lance: Cranial neuralgias and central causes of facial pain36. S. Ashina and M. Ashina: Headache diagnosis in systemic mastocytosis37. A. H. Aamodt, A. Waage and L. J. Stovner: Polycythemia: A cause of secondary headache?38. Discussion summary, the secondary headaches: Part IISession VI - Practical implementation and research39. R. B. Lipton and M. E. Bigal: Algorithms and simplified approaches to headache diagnosis40. T. J. Steiner: National and international action plans for improving headache diagnosis41. M. B. First: ICHD classification research42. P. Sarchielli, M. Pedini, A. Alberti and G. Capocchi: Application of ICHD 2nd edition criteria for primary headaches with the aid of a computerized, structured medical record: some considerations43. M. Lanteri-Minet, A. Autret, G. Baudesson, M. G. Bousser, C. Creach, A. Donent, V. Dousset, N. Fabre, G. Girraud, E. Guegan-Massardier, N. Guy, C. Lucas, H. Massiou, G. Mick, M. Navez, A. Pradalier, F. Radat, D. Valade and G. Geraud: French survey network on headaches and facial pains44. R. B. Lipton, D. Dodick, K. Kolodner and J. Hettiarachchi: ID migraine TM: Validation and use of a three-item, self-administered questionnaire to identify migraine sufferers in a primary care population45. C. Lucas, M. Lanteri-Minet and M. H. Chautard: The FRAMIG III survey: first epidemiological survey in general population according to the 2004 IHS migraine criteria44. M. Ashina: Discussion summary, practical implementation and research