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Unilateral Facial Pain: A Sign of Episodic Cluster Headache?

Randolph W. Evans, MD, FAAN

May 2015—Cluster headache is commonly misdiagnosed.

Understanding The Cumulative Effects of Concussion

Francis X. Conidi, DO, MS

May 2015—Effects of CTE range from headaches, dizziness, and behavioral changes to pathology suggestive of AD and PD.

Helmets, Sensors, and More: A Review

Francis X. Conidi, DO, MS

April 2015—From football to bicycle, helmets provide defense against traumatic brain injuries. How good are they?

Post-traumatic Pan-Syringomyelia, Case Report and Review of Literature

Fabian H. Rossi, MD; Welwin Liu, MD; Elisa Marie Rossi; Elizabeth Gonzalez; and Emmanuel Cleto, MD

April 2015—Post-traumatic syringomyelia, a complication associated with severe pain and sensory and motor findings, may start months or years after a spinal cord injury.

Out With the Old, In With (Mostly) the Old

Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor

March 2015—Recent changes to the acute migraine guidelines were more subtle than sweeping.

Headache Management: Novel Delivery Systems Show Promise

With Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS and David Dodick, MD

January/February 2015—As we enter 2015, two experts review year that was in headache care, as well as three novel delivery systems to look for in the future.

Concussions and the National Football League

Francis X. Conidi, DO

January/February 2015—As understanding of TBI deepens, professional sports associations are responding. An update on NFL policy allows an understanding of the intersection of research and real-life practice.

Novel Ideas Dot Future of Headache Care

A Q&A with David Dodick, MD and Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS

November/December 2014—Two specialists share their thoughts on the year that was in headache care, as well as three novel delivery systems to look for in the future.

 
 

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