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CONTENTS
Chapter Authors xi
Preface xxv
SECTION I: GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE HEADACHES 01
1	History of the Headache 01
Hansruedi Isler and Peter J. Koehler
2	Classification of the Headaches 09
Jes Olesen and Richard B. Lipton
3	Epidemiology of Headache 17
Lars Jacob Stovner and Ann I. Scher
4	Impact of the Headache on the Individual Family 27
Carl G. H. Dahlofand Glen D. Solomon
5	Societal Burden of the Headache 35
Jenny Berg and Nabih M. Ramadan
6	History Examination of the Headache Patient 43
Jes Olesen and David W. Dodick
7	Principles of Clinical Pharmacology, Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials, and Evidence Based-Medicine in the Headaches 55
Carl G. H. Dahlof, Paul Rolan, and Peer Tfelt-Hansen
8	Ethical Issues in Headache Research and Management 63
Timothy J. Steiner and Povl Riis
SECTION II: BASIC SCIENCE ASPECTS OF THE HEADACHES 71
9 Anatomy of Muscles, Tendons, Joints, Blood Vessels, and Meninges 71
Lars Edvinsson and Marc Abel
10 Anatomy and Physiology of Head Pain 95
Karl Messlinger, Jonathan O. Dostrovsky, and Andrew M. Strassman
11	Inhibition and Facilitation of Nociception 111
Jurgen Sandkuhler
12	Peripheral and Central Sensitization Related to Headache 121
Rami Burstein, Dan Levy, Moshe Jakubowski, and Clifford J. Woolf
13	Imaging Pain 131
Irene Tracey and Martin Ingvar
14	Serotonin and Other Biogenic Amines 143
Christian Waeber
15	Nitric Oxide 151
Andrew A. Parsons
16	Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide and Other Peptides 159
Susan Brain and Lars Edvinsson
17	Sex Hormones 165
Nancy E. J. Berman and Michael M. Behbehani
18	Prostanoids and Other Inflammatory Mediators 175
Christian Waeber
19	Other Molecules Involved in Pain Transmission 183
Anthony Dickenson
20	Ion Channels Relevant to Pain 189
Kevin Shields and Arn van den Maagdenberg
21	Triptan Signal Transduction 203
Gareth W. John and Peter J. Goadsby
22	Animal Models of Headache 213
Andrew H. Ahn and Peter J. Goadsby
23	Human Models of the Headaches 221
Christina Kruuse and Shazia Afridi
SECTION III: THE MIGRAINES 231
24	The Migraines: Introduction 231
Jes Olesen and Peter J. Goadsby
25	Epidemiology of Migraine 235
Birthe Krogh Rasmussen
26 Migraine Comorbidity 243
Kathleen Ries Merikangas, Nancy C. P. Low, and Birthe Krogh Rasmussen
MIGRAINE MECHANISMS 251
27	Genetics of Migraine 251
Michel D. Ferrari, Joost Haan, and Aarno Palotie
28	Spreading Depression 261
Martin Lauritzen and Richard P. Kraig
29	5-Hydroxytryptamine Involvement in Migraines 275
Edith Hamel and Pramod R Saxena
30	Nitric Oxide Involvement in Migraine 281
Helle U. Iversen and Uwe Reuter
31	CGRP Involvement in Migraines 289
Lars Edvinsson and Richard Hargreaves
32	Channelopathies and Their Possible Relation to Migraines 301
Dennis E. Bulman and Daniela Pietrobon
33	Neurogenic Inflammatory Mechanisms 309
Kirk W. Johnson and Hayrunissa Bolay
34	Blood and Spinal Fluid in Migraines 321
Paola Sarchielli and Flemming W. Bach
35	Influence of Female Hormones on Migraine 331
Helene Massiou and E. Anne MacGregor
36	Platelets and Immunology of Migraine 343
Rajiv Joseph, Jacqueline deBelleroche, Giovanni D Andrea, and Andre Padalier
37	Hemodynamics and Neuroimaging of Migraines 351
Margarita Sanchez del Rio, Jes Olesen, and Hans-Christoph Diener
38	Brain Metabolism in Migraines 363
Pasquale Montagna
39	Neurophysiological of Migraines 369
Jean Schoenen Sheena Aurora
40	Autonomic Dysfunction in Migraine 377
Janne Ludwig, Thorsten Bartsch, Gunnar Wasner, and Ralf Baron
41	Psychological Mechanisms of Migraines 385
Peter D. Drummond and Jan Passchier
42	Synthesis of Migraine Mechanisms 393
Jes Olesen and Peter J. Goadsby
MIGRAINE: CLINICAL FEATURES 399
43	Symptomatology of Migraines Without Aura 399
Alessandro S. Zagami and Anish Bahra
44	Migraine with Aura and Its Subforms 407
F. Michael Cutrer and Jes Olesen
45	Diagnosis Differential Diagnosis of Migraines 423
Jerry W. Swanson and Fumihiko Sakai
46	Prognosis of Migraines 427
Birthe Krogh Rasmussen and Richard B. Lipton
MIGRAINE: MANAGEMENT 431
47	General and Pharmacologic Approach to Migraine Management 431
Ninan T. Mathew and Peer Tfelt-Hansen
48	Psychological and Behavioral Treatments of Migraines 439
Donald B. Penzien, Jeanetta C. Rains, and Patrick J. McGrath
INE: ACUTE DRUG TREATM THE ATTACK
49	Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs in the Acute Treatment of Migraine 447
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Paul Rolan
50	Ergot Alkaloids in the Acute Treatment of Migraine 457
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Pramod R. Saxena
51	Triptans, 5-HT1B/1D Receptor Agonists in the Acute Treatment of Migraine 467
Pramod R. Saxena and Peer Tfelt-Hansen
52	Antiemetic, Prokinetic, Neuroleptic, and Miscellaneous Drugs in the Acute Treatment of Migraines 503
Peer Tfelt-Hansen, William B. Young, and Stephen D. Silberstein
53	Prioritizing Acute Pharmacotherapy of Migraine 513
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Jan Brandes
MIGRAINE: PROPHYLACTIC DRUG MANAGEMENT 517
54 b-Adrenoceptor Blocking Drugs in Migraine Prophylaxis 517
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Paul Rolan
55 Antiserotonin Drugs in Migraine Prophylaxis 527
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Pramod R. Saxena
56 Calcium Antagonists in Migraine Prophylaxis 537
Noboru Toda and Peer Tfelt-Hansen Antiepileptic Drugs in Migraine Prevention 543
Stephen D. Silberstein and Peer Tfelt-Hansen
58 Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory and Miscellaneous Drugs in Migraine Prophylaxis 551
Stefan Evers and Ewan J. Mylecharane
59 Prioritizing Prophylactic Treatment of Migraine 565
Peer Tfelt-Hansen
60 Potential New Drugs for the Acute and Preventive Management of Migraine 567
Peter J. Goadsby and Nabih Ramadan
MIGRAINE: SPECIAL TYPES AND COMPLICATIONS 575
61 Sporadic and Familial Hemiplegic Migraine 575
Anne Ducros and Lise Lykke Thomsen
62	Basilar Migraines and Retinal Migraine 587
Marcelo E. Bigal and K.M.A. Welch
63	Status Migrainosus 593
James Couch and Alessandro Zagami
64	Migrainous Infarction and Migraine Triggered Epilepsy 597
K. Michael A. Welch, Marie-Germaine Bousser, and Julien Bougguslavsky
65	Chronic Migraine 611
Stephen D. Silberstein and Jes Olesen
SECTION IV: TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE,
CLUSTER HEADACHE, AND MISCELLANEOUS
PRIMARY HEADACHES 617
66	Tension-Type Headache: Introduction 617
Jes Olesen and K. M. A. Welch
67	Epidemiology of Tension-Type Headache 619
Rigmor Jensen and David Symon
TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 623
68	Genetics of Tension-Type Headache 623
Michael Bjo/rn Russell
69	Human Studies of Experimental Pain From Muscle 625
Peter Svensson and Messoud Ashina
70	Sensitization of Myof ascial Pain Pathways in Tension-Type Headaches 635
Lars Bendtsen and Rolf Detlef Treede
71	Neurophysiology of Tension-Type Headache 641
Jean Schoenen and Lars Bendtsen
72	Hemodynamics and Muscle Metabolism of
Tension-Type Headaches 649
Messoud Ashina and Michael Langemark
73	Temporomandibular Disorder and Tension-Type Headache 653
S. B. Graff Radford
74	Psychologic Mechanisms of Tension-Type Headache 661
Frank Andrasik, David A. Wittrock, and Jan Passchier
75	Biochemistry of Blood and Cerebrospinal Fluid in Tension-Type Headache 667
Flemming W. Bach and Michel D. Ferrari
76	Synthesis of Tension-Type Headache Mechanisms 677
Lars Bendtsen and Jean Schoenen
TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE: CLINICAL FEATURES 683
77 Symptomatology of Episodic Tension-Type Headache 683
Rigmor Jensen and Werner Becker
78	Symptomatology of Chronic Tension-Type Headache 691
Rigmor Jensen and Werner Becker
79	Differential Diagnosis and Prognosis of Tension-Type Headache 699
Jean Schoenen and Rigmor Jensen
TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE: MANAGEMENT 705
80	General Approach to Treatment of Tension-Type Headache 705
Richard Peatfield and John Edmeads
81	Psychological Treatments of Tension-Type Headaches 709
Kenneth A. Holroyd, Paul Martin, and Justin Nash
82	Physiotherapy of Tension-Type Headache 719
Rigmor Jensen and Julie Mills Roth
83	Acute Pharmacotherapy of Tension-Type Headache 725
Ninan T. Mathew and Messoud Ashina
84	Prophylactic Pharmacotherapy of Tension-Type Headache 733
Lars Bendtsen and N.T. Mathew
CLUSTER HEADACHE 743
85	Cluster Headache: Introduction and Epidemiology 743
Peter J. Goadsby and Peer Tfelt-Hansen
86	Genetics of Cluster Headache 747
Michael Bjo/rn Russell and Richard Trembath
87	Anatomy and Pathology of Cluster Headache 751
Jan Erik Hardebo and Norihiro Suzuki
88	Biochemistry, Circannual and Circadian Rhythms, Endocrinology, and Immunology of Cluster Headache 755
Elisabet Waldenlind and Gennaro Bussone
89	Neurophysiology and Autonomic Dysfunction in Cluster Headache 767
Peter D. Drummond and Massimo Alessandri
90	Neuroimaging in Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias 775
Arne May and Peter J. Goadsby
91	Synthesis of Cluster Headache Pathophysiology 783
Elisabet Waldenlind and Peter J. Goadsby
92	Symptomatology of Cluster Headache 789
David F. Black, Carlos A. Bordini, and David Russell
93	Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis, and Prognosis of Cluster Headache 797
Karl Ekbom and Anish Bahra
94	General Approach to the Management of Cluster Headache 801
Karl Ekbom and Ninan Mathew
95	Acute Treatment of Cluster Headaches 803
Giorgio Sandrini and Thomas N. Ward
96	Preventive and Surgical Management of Cluster Headaches 809
Massimo Leone and Alan M. Rapoport
97	Paroxysmal Hemicrania 815
Christopher J. Boes, Maurice Vincent, and David Russell
98	Short-Lasting Unilateral Neuralgiform Headache Attacks with Conjunctival Injection Tearing 823
Manjit S. Matharu and Peter J. Goadsby
OTHER PRIMARY HEADACHES 831
99	Primary Stabbing, Cough, Exertional, and Thunderclap Headaches 831
David Dodick and Julio Pascual
100	Primary Headache Attributed to Sexual Activity 841
Stefan Evers and James W. Lance
101	The Hypnic Headache Syndrome 847
Lawrence C. Newman and Amnon Mosek
102	Hemicrania Continua 851
Juan A. Pareja and Peter J. Goadsby
103	New Daily Persistent Headache 855
Todd D. Rozen and Rigmor Jensen
SECTION V: THE SECONDARY HEADACHES
104	The Secondary Headaches: Introduction 859
Jes Olesen and Nabih Ramadan
105	Acute Posttraumatic Headache 863
Matthias Keidel and Nabih M. Ramadan
106	Chronic Posttraumatic Headache 873
Nabih Ramadan and Miguel J.A. Lainez
107	Headache Attributed to Whiplash Injury 879
Helge Kasch and Nabih Ramadan
HEADACHE ATTRIBUTED TO VASCULAR DISORDER 885
108	Ischemic Stroke and Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematoma 885
Panayiotis D. Mitsias and Troels Staehelin Jensen
109	Unruptured Vascular Malformation and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 893
John R. O//stergaard and Nabih M. Ramadan
110	Arteritis 901
Michael Wall and James John Corbett
111	Carotid or Vertebral Artery Pain 911
Valerie Biousse and Panayiotis Mitsias
112	Cerebral Venous Thrombosis 919
Gretchen E. Tietjen
HEADACHE ATTRIBUTED TO NONVASCULAR INTRACRANIAL DISORDER 925
113	High Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure 925
Deborah I. Friedman and James J. Corbett
114	Low Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure 935
Steinar T. Vilming and Bahram Mokri
115	Pseudomigraine With Pleocytosis 945
Dimos D. Mitsikostas and Julio Pascual
116 Headache Attributed to Intracranial Neoplasm 949
Sarah Kirb yand R Allan Purdy
HEADACHE ATTRIBUTED TO A SUBSTANCE, AN INFECTION, OR A DISORDER OF HOMEOSTASIS 959
117 Headache Associated With Acute Substance Use or Exposure 959
Jose M. Pereira Monteiro, Stewart J. Tepper, and Robert E. Shapiro
118	Medication-Overuse Headache and Headache Attributed to Substance Withdrawal 971
Hans-Christoph Diener and Stephen D. Silberstein
119	Headache Attributed to Infection 981
Joerg R. Weber and Fumihiko Sakai
120	Headache Attributed to Disorders of Homeostasis 989
David W Dodick and Paul Davies
HEADACHE OR FACIAL PAIN ATTRIBUTED TO A CRANIAL, CERVICAL, OR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDER 1003
121	Disorders of the Skull and Cervical Spine 1003
Hartmut Gobel and John G. Edmeads
122	Ocular Disorder 1013
Robert L. Tomsak and Robert B. Daroff
123	Disorders of Ear, Nose, and Sinus 1019
Hartmut Gobel and Robert W Baloh
124	Headache Attributed to Orofacial/Temporomandibular Pathology 1029
Steven B. Graff Radford and Dermot W. Canavan
125	Headache Attributed to Psychiatric Disorders 1037
Nutan Atre Vaidya and K. Michael Welch
CRANIAL NEURALGIAS, NERVE TRUNK PAIN, AND DEAFFERENTATION PAIN
126	Pain of Cranial Nerve and Cervical Nerve
Origin Other Than Primary Neuralgias 1043
Nikolai Bogduk
127	Trigeminal Neuralgia and Other Facial Neuralgias 1053
Turo J. Nurmikko and Troels Staehlin Jensen
128	Central Pain in the Face and Head 1063
Jorgen Boivie and Kenneth L Casey
SECTION VI: HEADACHES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS 1069
129 History and Examination of Infants, Children and Adolescents 1069
Paul Winner andV incenzo Guidetti
130 Childhood Migraine and Related Syndromes 1073
Ishaq Abu-Arafeh and Eric Pearlman
131	Tension-Type Headache and Other Nonmigraine Primary Headaches in the Pediatric Population 1079
Cicek Woeber-Bingoel and Andrew D. Hershey
132	Secondary Headaches in the Pediatric Population 1083
David N.K. Symon and Mirja L. Hamalainen
SECTION VII: SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN THE HEADACHES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT 1091
133	Headache During Pregnancy and Lactation 1091
Elizabeth Loder and Helene Massiou
134	Sleep Headache 1099 
Poul Jennum and Teresa Paiva
135	Headache in the Elderly 1105
John Edmeads and Shuu-Jiun Wang
136	Headache in Patients With Other Pain Disorders 1111
David M. Biondi and Mario F. Peres
137	Headache in Patients With Comorbid Psychiatric Disease 1117
Donald B. Penzien Richard C. Peatfield, and Gay L. Lipchik
138	Headache in Patients With Coexisting Medical Disease 1125
Vincent T. Martin and Markus Farkkila
139	Headache in the Emergency Room 1133
Dominique Valade
Index 000

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Headache.
Headache.