Abdominal migraine in children – signs

Abdominal migraine in children – signs Abdominal migraines are described as episodic attacks of abdominal pain, of moderate to high intensity, often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and pallor. In this case, any pathology of the

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Abdominal migraine in children – signs Abdominal migraines are described as episodic attacks of abdominal pain, of moderate to high intensity, often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and pallor. In this case, any pathology of the

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Cyclical vomiting in children – signs

Cyclical vomiting in children – signs Cyclic vomiting occurs in infants and young children and can be diagnosed in any healthy child with unexplained, suddenly appearing and self-disappearing nausea and vomiting, accompanied by pallor and

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Cyclical vomiting in children – signs Cyclic vomiting occurs in infants and young children and can be diagnosed in any healthy child with unexplained, suddenly appearing and self-disappearing nausea and vomiting, accompanied by pallor and

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Benign paroxysmal dizziness in children – signs

Benign paroxysmal dizziness in children – signs Benign paroxysmal dizziness usually makes its debut in early childhood and manifests itself in short-term episodes of marked imbalance, more frequent at an early age and slowing down

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Benign paroxysmal dizziness in children – signs Benign paroxysmal dizziness usually makes its debut in early childhood and manifests itself in short-term episodes of marked imbalance, more frequent at an early age and slowing down

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Variants of migraine in children

Variants of migraine in children Equivalents of migraine appear in every tenth patient with migraine in pediatric neurological practice. The most common migraine equivalent is benign paroxysmal dizziness. Such syndromes as cyclic vomiting, abdominal migraine,

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Variants of migraine in children Equivalents of migraine appear in every tenth patient with migraine in pediatric neurological practice. The most common migraine equivalent is benign paroxysmal dizziness. Such syndromes as cyclic vomiting, abdominal migraine,

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Methods of diagnosis of migraine in children

Methods of diagnosis of migraine in children Since children are often unable to describe the symptoms of migraine, keeping a diary of a headache helps to identify symptoms that are difficult to identify when talking

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Methods of diagnosis of migraine in children Since children are often unable to describe the symptoms of migraine, keeping a diary of a headache helps to identify symptoms that are difficult to identify when talking

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Children’s migraine – clinic, diagnosis, options

Children’s migraine – clinic, diagnosis, options A common cause of acute headaches in children is infectious diseases, especially viral etiology, as well as sinusitis. Children with post-traumatic and progressive headaches, a history of neurological diseases

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Children’s migraine – clinic, diagnosis, options A common cause of acute headaches in children is infectious diseases, especially viral etiology, as well as sinusitis. Children with post-traumatic and progressive headaches, a history of neurological diseases

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Diagnostic errors of migraine in adults

Diagnostic errors of migraine in adults Migraine sufferers are often mistakenly attributed to headaches for diseases of the paranasal sinuses. A survey of 100 patients who independently diagnosed sinus headaches revealed that 85% of them

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Diagnostic errors of migraine in adults Migraine sufferers are often mistakenly attributed to headaches for diseases of the paranasal sinuses. A survey of 100 patients who independently diagnosed sinus headaches revealed that 85% of them

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Migraine in adults – clinic, diagnosis, stages

Migraine in adults – clinic, diagnosis, stages As a rule, a migraine is felt in the form of a periodic headache, which drastically reduces work capacity, lasting about 8-12 hours. A migraine attack can be

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Migraine in adults – clinic, diagnosis, stages As a rule, a migraine is felt in the form of a periodic headache, which drastically reduces work capacity, lasting about 8-12 hours. A migraine attack can be

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Causes of primary headaches – principles of differentiation

Causes of primary headaches – principles of differentiation Primary headaches are characterized by characteristic signs, they do not progress and are not accompanied by pathological symptoms. Diagnosis of primary headaches is based on the identification

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Causes of primary headaches – principles of differentiation Primary headaches are characterized by characteristic signs, they do not progress and are not accompanied by pathological symptoms. Diagnosis of primary headaches is based on the identification

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Causes of secondary headaches – the principles of differentiation

Causes of secondary headaches – the principles of differentiation The primary examination of the majority of patients suffering from headache is primarily aimed at identifying and correcting the secondary causes of headache, which can be

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Causes of secondary headaches – the principles of differentiation The primary examination of the majority of patients suffering from headache is primarily aimed at identifying and correcting the secondary causes of headache, which can be

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