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Headache

  • Jarrah Ali Al-Tubaikh

Abstract

Headache is the most common neurological complaint worldwide. There are over 300 different types and causes of headache, including teeth pain, frontal sinusitis, vision problems (e.g., myopia), hypertension, oti-tis media, intracranial tumors, and much more.

Keywords

Giant Cell Arteritis Temporal Artery Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension Occipital Artery 
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