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Visual rating of cortical atrophy in migraine and tension-type headache

Background: Studies of cortical atrophy in migraine and tension-type headache have found conflicting results. This research investigated and compared cortical atrophy in migraine and TTH, as well as episodic and chronic headaches. At the following sites bilaterally: olfactory sulcus, anterior cingulate sulcus, circular insular sulcus, anterior temporal and medial temporal lobes, posterior cingulate, and parieto-occipital sulcus. There was no significant difference between the two groups when we divided our study subjects into episodic and chronic headache groups, nor in terms of demographic and clinical outcomes or individual and total atrophy scores. Conclusions: These findings are in line with previous studies that have shown no correlation between migraine and TTH in terms of cortical atrophy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.54029/2022uvk


060 Calcitonin gene-related peptide monoclonal antibody treats headache in patients with active idiopathic intracranial hypertension

Background Headache is the most common cause of life-related hypertension in idiopathic intracranial hypertension, and it has migraine-like features. Case series In this case, we present a case series in which migraines were the presenting feature of IIH. The headaches appeared to be migraine-like in several IIH patients, as is normal in many IIH patients. Those with prior IIH who have clough treatment will be able to re-occur without headache relief, according to the authors. These studies may indicate that CGRP may be a mechanistic source for headaches in patients with active IIH.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/jnnp-2022-abn.385


053 Intracranial pressure determines headache morbidity in idiopathic intracranial hypertension

Objective Headache is the common disabler in idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Methods IIH: In IIH, a randomised controlled parallel group multicentre trial investigating weight control methods was conducted. Before baseline, 12 months and 24 months headache characteristics, quality of life outcome assessments, and lumbar puncture measurements were performed. p=0. 024; change in headache severity and monthly headache days are correlated with change in ICP at 12 months; r=0. 454, p=0. 001 and r=0. 419, respectively; p=0. 001 and r=0. 419, p=0. 002 respectively; headache severity was linked to baseline r=0. 285; p=0. 024; p=0. 001; p=0. 024; p=0. 001; p=0. 001; r=0. 454, r=0. 285; At 12 months, Cutaneous allodynia was highly correlated with ICP. According to Boot strap's study, there was a positive correlation between ICP at 12 and 24 months, which allowed the prediction of changes in headache frequency and monthly headache days. The most significant change in headache frequency and severity was seen among those with the largest decrease in ICP.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/jnnp-2022-abn.378


Lumbar epidural blood patch: effectiveness on orthostatic headache and MRI predictive factors in 101 consecutive patients affected by spontaneous intracranial hypotension

OBJECTIVE Although epidural blood patch is considered the gold-standard treatment for drug-resistant orthostatic headaches in spontaneous intracranial hypotension, there are no evidence reveals what the correct administration strategy for this therapy exists. The aim of this study was to determine the long-term impact of blind lumbar EBP and predictors on preoperative MRI of good outcome. In 102 patients affected by SIH and orthostatic headache, METHODS Lumbar EBP was achieved by injecting ten ml of autologous venous blood, fibrin glue, and contrast medium. If a VAS score decrease of at least 50% was achieved within 48 hours of the procedure and lasted for at least six months, patients were classified as prompt responders. Moreover, common radiological SIH findings were correlated with clinical outcomes. The baseline VAS score was 8. 7 u00b1 1. 3, while the mean VAS score after the first EBP procedure was 2. 2 u00b1 2.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2018.10.jns181597


Incidence and predictors of dural venous sinus pressure gradient in idiopathic intracranial hypertension and non-idiopathic intracranial hypertension headache patients: results from 164 cerebral venograms

OBJECTIVE Cerebral venous pressure gradient has been implicated in headache syndromes such as idiopathic intracranial hypertension. CVPG is not widely distributed in headache patients, according to the study. CVPG was 25. 6% in IIH patients and 11. 8% in non-IIH patients, with 35. 4% in IIH patients and 11. 8% in non-IIH patients. In 66 of these patients, the ICP had been elevated prior to procedures, and the ICP had been preceded by an ICP test within 4 weeks of venography in seventy-seven patients. In 8. 3% of the procedures in the 60 patients with a preexisting shunt and in 0% of the 11 procedures in the 77 patients with normal ICP. An elevated risk of CVPG in patients with IIH and a reduced risk in patients with a preexisting shunt were found in patients with a preexisting shunt.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2015.12.jns152033


Time to retire ‘New daily persistent headache’: Mode of onset of chronic migraine and tension-type headache

New daily persistent headache has been described as an enigmatic condition with daily headaches since the start. Methods: We conducted a research of patients referred to headache services based in Central and North-East London, United Kingdom, that fulfilled the International Classification of Headache Disorders (IU20133) guidelines for New daily persistent headaches. According to any other ICHD-3-defined disorder, the onset of the daily headache was also classified. Chronic migraine in 89. 7% and tension-type headache in 8. 8% were both common migraine headaches in 8. 8% of the daily headache. Thunderclap-onset In 14. 8%, the first daily persistent headache developed in a new person. In 15. 4%, cough, hypnic, sexual, and stabbing headache were all present, with more than one headache syndrome. Both aura types were present, with the most notable brainstem aura in 39 percent. 37 percent of the most common premorbid disorders were psychiatric. Conclusion: Our group of New daily persistent headache is characterized by a pattern of migraine and tension-type headache that is common in predisposed individuals.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/03331024211044440


Relationship Between Frequency Of Tension Type Headache (TTH) In Epilepsy With Cognitive Function

Cognitive function can be affected by persistent neurogenic inflammation. paraphrasedoutput:Methods : Our research is an analytic observational research that took place from April to September 2021. Objective: Objective : Our review is an analytic descriptive research of epilepsy, seizure frequency, age, and education are all said to be correlated to cognitive function score. The results were significant if the p value was 0. 05, 14 infrequent episodic TTH, 14 frequent episodic TTH, and 13 chronic TTH among forty one epilepsy patients. Conclusion : There was a weak correlation between the MoCA-Ina score and the onset of epilepsy or seizure frequency in epilepsy, but there was no association with age, although there was no correlation between epilepsy frequency and cognitive function.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14710/dmj.v11i2.32620


Acupuncture for Patients With Chronic Tension-Type Headache: A Randomized Controlled Trial

The control group participants received the same sessions and treatment frequency of superficial acupuncture, which was described as a sort of sham control by avoiding deqi sensation at every acupuncture site. Responder rate was 62% in the SA group compared to 48. 1% in the SA group at week 16; and it was 68% in the TA group compared to 48. 2% in the SA group at week 32. According to week 16 – 13. 1 days in the SA group compared to 8. 8 days in the SA group — and a total decrease in MHDs was 13. 1 days. NCT03133884 Classification of Evidence (Whitney) : ClinicalTrials. gov: This study provides Class I evidence that acupuncture relieves mean headache days in patients with persistent tension-type headaches.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1212/wnl.0000000000200670


Evaluation of the Prophylactic Efficacy of Amitriptyline and Citalopram, Alone or in Combination, in Patients with Comorbidity of Depression, Migraine, and Tension-Type Headache

Antidepressants are used to treat chronic daily headache disorders such as migraine and chronic tension-type headache, which are often related to depression and anxiety. Both medications were equally effective in relieving depressive symptoms, but amitriptyline was more effective than citalopram in reducing migraine and TTH attacks. Patients who did not respond to monotherapy were treated with a mixture of the two drugs for 16 additional weeks. Patients with TTH, migraine, and comorbid depression who do not respond to monotherapy may be particularly beneficial if combined therapy with amitriptyline and citalopram, according to the study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000080960

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