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  • Volker Pfaffenrath
  • Per-Olov Lundberg
  • Ottar Sjaastad
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXV
  2. D. Russell, O. Sjaastad
    Pages 1-6
  3. O. Sjaastad, C. Saunte, H. Hovdahl, H. Breivik, E. Grønbaek
    Pages 7-13
  4. Horst Blume, Mustafa Atac, Jan Golnick
    Pages 24-34
  5. Thomas A. Waltz, Donald J. Dalessio, Kenneth H. Ott
    Pages 35-40
  6. O. Sjaastad, C. Saunte
    Pages 41-46
  7. R. C. Peatfield, F. C. Rose
    Pages 59-62
  8. F. Gerstenbrand, F. Aichner, M. Berger, G. Vogl
    Pages 63-68
  9. M. Perovitch
    Pages 76-86
  10. P. O. Lundberg, P. Hartvig, K. Bergström, B. Lindberg, H. Lundqvist, B. Långström et al.
    Pages 97-100
  11. H. C. Diener, N. K. Ndosi, E. Koletzki, D. Langohr
    Pages 101-106
  12. Marcia Wilkinson, Derek Robinson
    Pages 107-109
  13. L. Kruglak, I. Nathan, A. D. Korczyn, Z. Zolotov, V. Berginer, A. Dvilansky
    Pages 110-114
  14. D. P. Geaney, M. Rutterford, J. M. Elliott, M. Schächter, D. G. Grahame-Smith
    Pages 115-119
  15. J. M. Launay, A. Pradalier
    Pages 120-124
  16. K. Christiani, H. D. Bruhn, K. Iversen, F. W. Körkemeyer, D. Soyka
    Pages 125-128
  17. V. Pfaffenrath, G. Autenrieth, W. Pöllmann, I. S. Neu, G. M. Kufner, U. Kellhammer
    Pages 135-144
  18. C. J. M. Poole, T. J. Steiner, F. Clifford Rose
    Pages 149-152
  19. Maria M. Wysocka-Bakowska
    Pages 159-164
  20. J. Egger, C. M. Carter, J. Wilson, M. W. Turner, J. F. Soothill
    Pages 165-168
  21. P. Tfelt-Hansen
    Pages 169-172
  22. A. Baldrati, T. Sacquegna, P. Cortelli, R. D’Alessandro, P. De Carolis, C. Lamieri et al.
    Pages 173-176
  23. F. C. Rose
    Pages 177-180
  24. Marcello Fanciullacci, Gaetano Gatto, Umberto Pietrini, Maria Boccuni, Ffrancesca Cangi
    Pages 181-185
  25. P. G. Andersson, C. Hedman, P. Kangasniemi
    Pages 186-191
  26. Dewey K. Ziegler, David J. Ellis
    Pages 192-196
  27. Harley B. Messinger, Margaret I. Messinger, John R. Graham
    Pages 204-207
  28. P. Henry, H. Baille, J. F. Dartigues, M. Jogeix
    Pages 208-216
  29. Sheila Morrissey Adler, Charles Spencer Adler
    Pages 217-223
  30. P. O. Lundberg
    Pages 224-240
  31. Maria Grazia Spillantini, Marcello Fanciullacci, Sergio Michelacci, Elisabetta Baldi, Federigo Sicuteri
    Pages 264-268
  32. G. Nappi, F. Facchinetti, G. Bono, F. Petraglia, G. Micieli, A. Volpe et al.
    Pages 269-275
  33. Francesca Cangi, Marcello Fanciullacci, Umberto Pietrini, Maria Boccuni, Federigo Sicuteri
    Pages 276-280
  34. J. De Belleroche, G. E. Cook, R. Joseph, I. Das, I. Tresidder, R. Petty et al.
    Pages 281-282
  35. G. Sandrini, G. Micieli, E. Martignoni, G. Bono, F. Savoldi, G. Nappi
    Pages 283-289
  36. Enrico Del Bene, Marco Poggioni, Federigo Sicuteri
    Pages 290-297
  37. M. Giacovazzo, P. Martelletti, A. Romiti, M. F. Gallo
    Pages 298-301
  38. Pierangelo Geppetti, Alessandro Brocchi, Daniela Caleri, Simone Marabini, Liborio Rainò, Daniela Renzi
    Pages 302-305

About these proceedings

Introduction

In September 1983 the First International Headache Congress took place, the founding congress of the International Headache Society (lHS). This meeting was attended by around 200 headache specialists from some 20 countries. One of the principal goals of the IHS, which was formed in London in 1982, is to promote and stimulate interest and research in the headache field. In addition to the sponsorship of continued-education events, this also involves the coordination of scientific pro­ jects and the organization of future conferences. There is no doubt that headaches represent an everyday problem in medical practice. When the first headache clinics were established some years ago, they were regarded as very progressive. Today there are special outpatient centers and clinics for headache patients. However, this specialization has certainly not progressed very far. The fact is that differential diagnosis and treatment of recurrent and chron­ ic headaches represents a broad field that cuts across many disciplines. Headaches are thus relevant not only to the neurologist, but also to the psychiatrist, the neuro­ surgeon, the internist, the endocrinologist, the psychologist, the pharmacologist, and the biochemist. Despite intensive research in numerous and very disparate medical disciplines there are still no generally accepted pathophysiologic concepts for many headache syndromes. Realizing the importance of a multidisciplinary fo­ rum, the IHS assumed the organization of this congress in collaboration with the German Migraine Society.

Keywords

Autonomie Depression Evaluation Intervention Opiate Opioid Syndrom diagnosis

Editors and affiliations

  • Volker Pfaffenrath
    • 1
  • Per-Olov Lundberg
    • 2
  • Ottar Sjaastad
    • 3
  1. 1.Neurologische Klinik und Poliklinik des Klinikums GroßhadernLudwig-Maximilian Universität MünchenMünchen 70Federal Republic of Germany
  2. 2.Department of NeurologyUniversity of UppsalaUppsalaSweden
  3. 3.Department of NeurologyUniversity of TrondheimTrondheimNorway

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-88581-5
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-15318-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-88581-5
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