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Headache Attributed to Paracranial Inflammatory Disorders

  • Morris LevinEmail author
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Abstract

A case of a young woman with intractable temporal headaches is presented. Symptoms and signs suggest temporomandibular dysfunction but other aspects of her presentation are confounding. Classification and diagnostic approaches to TMD are discussed, as well as management of the common causes of TMD-related headaches.

Keywords

Cluster Headache Temporomandibular Joint Menstrual Migraine Disc Displacement Cervicogenic Headache 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DHMC Department of NeurologyGeisel School of Medicine at DartmouthLebanonUSA

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