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Indomethacin Does Not Inhibit Nitroglycerin-Provoked Cluster Headache Attack

  • Andrzej Bogucki
  • Wojciech Kozubski

Abstract

Paroxysms clinically similar or even identical to spontaneous cluster headache (CH), attacks, may be provoked by exogenous histamine [1,2] or by administration of nitroglycerin (NTG) [3].

Keywords

Arachidonic Acid Cluster Headache Human Endothelial Cell Spontaneous Attack Indomethacin Treatment 
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  • Andrzej Bogucki
  • Wojciech Kozubski

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