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Ozge, Uludüz, Karada, Bolay Peripheral Interventional Management in Headache

ISBN: 978-3-030-10852-6

Publication date: May 2019

Cover: Hardcover

Pages: 154 p.

Illustrations: 24 ill.

Publisher: Springer

Delivery times, dependent on availability and publisher: between 2 and 14 days.

Description

  • Discusses the most effective treatments for certain types of headache
  • Provides practical guidance on the necessary tools available in practice and how to use them through videos and illustrations
  • Informs headache practitioners on the different options and applications of promising interventional procedures

This book discusses interventional treatment options on intractable (drug resistant) headache patients and extended headache attacks and extensively reviews the reasons behind treatment failure in intractable headaches, offering potential solutions based on clinical black holes of headache outpatient practice. The most appropriate interventions for certain types of headache such as chronic migraine and medication-overuse headaches, are discussed among others.

The book provides practical advice on properly administering the interventional treatments either as a bridge treatments or prophylaxis options. The expected complications of the treatments, and strategies to minimize them are also discussed. Approaches in special patient populations such as pediatric or pregnancy cases and other non-standard cases are also extensively discussed.