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Klassifikation von Kopfschmerzen

  • Hartmut Göbel

Zusammenfassung

Die exakte Klassifikation von Kopfschmerzerkrankungen ist der entscheidende Schritt für die Aufschlüsselung der Pathophysiologie, der Symptomatik und für die Einleitung einer wirkungsvollen Kopfschmerztherapie. Es ist keineswegs so, daß man die Klassifikation von Kopfschmerzen als langweiliges Kapitel einfach überschlagen kann und sich gleich an therapeutischen Rezepten versucht. Ohne eine klare Struktur in der Kopfschmerzdiagnostik und ohne differenzierte Einteilung der verschiedenen Kopfschmerzerkrankungen und Erhebung der einzelnen Kopfschmerzsymptome bleibt jede Kopfschmerztherapie ein Zufallsprodukt.

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  • Hartmut Göbel
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  1. 1.Klinik für NeurologieChristian-Albrechts-Universität KielKielDeutschland

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