Oxford Textbook of Headache Syndromes


Oxford Textbook of Headache Syndromes (Oxford Textbooks in Clinical Neurology) 1st Edition

Author: Michel Ferrari,
Andrew Charles,
David Dodick,
Fumihiko Sakai,
Joost Haan.
Edition: 1st Edition
Year: 2020
Language: English
ISBN 13: 978-0198724322;
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN 10: 198724322
LCCN: 2019942515
Pages: 546
File: PDF
Price: 9.99$
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Oxford Textbook of Headache Syndromes (Oxford Textbooks in Clinical Neurology) 1st Edition

Headache syndromes rank amongst the most common presenting symptoms in general practice and neurology, affecting up to 15% of the adult population. Part of the Oxford Textbooks in Clinical Neurology series, the Oxford Textbook of Headache Syndromes provides clinicians with a definitive resource for diagnosing and managing patients with primary and secondary forms of headaches, either as isolated complaints or as part of a more complex syndrome.

Split into 7 key sections with 59 chapters, this comprehensive work discusses the scientific basis and practical management of headache syndromes in a logical format. Each chapter is written by international experts in neurology who share their research and extensive experience by providing a wealth of practical advice for use in clinical situations. In addition, all content is up-to-date and chapters incorporate discussions on the latest International Classification of Headache Disorders 3rd edition when relevant.

Table of Contents


PART 1 General introduction
1. Classification and diagnosis of headache disorders, Jes Olesen and Richard B. Lipton
2. Taking a headache history: tips and tricks. James W. Lance and David W. Dodick
3. Diagnostic neuroimaging in migraine. Mark C. Kruit and Arne May
4. Headache mechanisms. Andrew Charles
5. Headache in history. Mervyn J. Eadie

PART 2 Migraine
6. Migraine: clinical features and diagnosis. Richard Peatfield and Fumihiko Sakai
7. Migraine trigger factors: facts and myths. Guus G. Schoonman, Henrik Winther Schytz, and Messoud Ashina
8. Hemiplegic migraine and other monogenic migraine subtypes and syndromes. Nadine Pelzer, Tobias Freilinger, and Gisela M. Terwindt
9. Retinal migraine. Brian M. Grosberg and C. Mark Sollars
10. Migraine, stroke, and the heart. Simona Sacco and Antonio Carolei
11. Non- vascular comorbidities and complications. Mark A. Louter, Ann I. Scher, and Gisela M. Terwindt
12. Migraine and epilepsy. Pasquale Parisi, Dorothée Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenité, Johannes A. Carpay, Laura Papetti, and Maria Chiara Paolino
13. Migraine and vertigo. Yoon- Hee Cha
14. Treatment and management of migraine: acute. Miguel J. A. Láinez and Veselina T. Grozeva
15. Treatment and management of migraine: preventive. Andrew Charles and Stefan Evers
16. Treatment and management: non-pharmacological, including neuromodulation. Delphine Magis

PART 3: Trigeminal autonomic cephalgias
17. Classification, diagnostic criteria, and epidemiology. Thijs H. Dirkx and Peter J. Koehler
18. Cluster headache: clinical features and management. Ilse F. de Coo, Leopoldine A. Wilbrink, and Joost Haan
19. Paroxysmal hemicrania: clinical features and management. Gennaro Bussone and Elisabetta Cittadini
20. SUNCT/ SUNA: clinical features and management. Juan A. Pareja, Leopoldine A. Wilbrink, and María- Luz Cuadrado
21. Hemicrania continua. Johan Lim and Joost Haan
22. Cluster tic syndrome and other combinations of primary headaches with trigeminal neuralgia. Leopoldine A. Wilbrink, Joost Haan, and Juan A. Pareja

PART 4: Other primary short-lasting and rare headaches
23. Primary stabbing headache. Rashmi B. Halker, Esma Dilli, and Amaal Starling
24. Cough headache. Julio Pascual and Peter van den Berg†
25. Exertional and sex headache. Shih- Pin Chen, Julio Pascual, and Shuu- Jiun Wang
26. Hypnic headache. Dagny Holle and David W. Dodick
27. Cranial neuralgias and persistent idiopathic facial pain. Aydin Gozalov, Messoud Ashina, and Joanna M. Zakrzewska
28. Some rare headache disorders, including Alice in Wonderland syndrome, blip syndrome, cardiac cephalalgia, epicrania fugax, exploding
head syndrome, Harlequin syndrome, lacrimal neuralgia, neck–tongue syndrome, and red ear syndrome. Randolph W. Evans

PART 5: Tension-type and other chronic headache types
29. Tension-type headache: classification, clinical features, and management. Stefan Evers
30. New daily persistent headache. Kuan- Po Peng, Matthew S. Robbins, and Shuu- Jiun Wang
31. Chronic migraine and medication overuse headache. David W. Dodick and Stephen D. Silberstein
32. Frequent headaches with and without acute medication overuse: management and international differences. Christina Sun- Edelstein and Alan M. Rapoport
33. Nummular headache. Juan A. Pareja and Carrie E. Robertson

PART 6: Secondary headaches: Diagnosis and treatment
34. Thunderclap headache. Hille Koppen, Agnes van Sonderen, and Sebastiaan F. T. M. de Bruijn
35. Headache associated with head trauma. Sylvia Lucas
36. Cervicogenic headache. Nikolai Bogduk
37. Headache and neurovascular disorders. Marieke J. H. Wermer, Hendrikus J. A. van Os, and David W. Dodick
38. Headache attributed to spontaneous intracranial hypotension. Farnaz Amoozegar, Esma Dilli, Rashmi B. Halker, and Amaal J. Starling
39. Headache associated with high cerebrospinal fluid pressure. Ore-ofe O. Adesina, Sudama Reddi, Deborah I. Friedman, and Kathleen Digre
40. Headache associated with systemic infection, intoxication, or metabolic derangement. Ana Marissa Lagman- Bartolome and Jonathan P. Gladstone
41. Headache associated with intracranial infection. Matthijs C. Brouwer and Jonathan P. Gladstone
42. Remote causes of ocular pain. Deborah I. Friedman
43. Orofacial pain: dental head pains, temporomandibular disorders, and headache. Steven B. Graff- Radford† and Alan C. Newman
44. Headache with neurological deficits and cerebrospinal fluid lymphocytosis (Handl) syndrome. Germán Morís and Julio Pascual
45. Nasal and sinus headaches. Vincent T. Martin and Maurice Vincent
46. Giant cell arteritis and primary central nervous system vasculitis as causes of headache. Mamoru Shibata, Norihiro Suzuki, and Gene Hunder
47. Headache related to an intracranial neoplasm. Elizabeth Leroux and Catherine Maurice
48. Headache and Chiari malformation. Dagny Holle and Julio Pascual
49. Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome. Aneesh B. Singhal

PART 7: Special topics
50. Headaches in the young. Vincenzo Guidetti, Benedetti Bellini, and Andrew D. Hershey
51. Headaches in the elderly. Jonathan H. Smith, Andreas Straube, and Jerry W. Swanson
52. Headache and psychiatry. Maurizio Pompili, Dorian A. Lamis, Frank Andrasik, and Paolo Martelletti
53. Headache and hormones, including pregnancy and breastfeeding. Sieneke Labruijere, Khatera Ibrahimi, Emile G.M. Couturier, and Antoinette Maassen van den Brink
54. Headache and the weather. Guus G. Schoonman, Jan Hoffmann, and Werner J. Becker
55. Headache and sport. David P. Kernick and Peter J. Goadsby
56. Headache attributed to airplane travel. Federico Mainardi and Giorgio Zanchin
57. Headache and sleep. Stefan Evers and Rigmor Jensen
58. Headache and fibromyalgia. Marina de Tommaso and Vittorio Sciruicchio
59. Visual snow. Gerrit L. J. Onderwater and Michel D. Ferrari



About the Author

Michel Ferrari,Andrew Charles,David Dodick,Fumihiko Sakai,Joost Haan.
Michel D. Ferrari, MD, Ph.D., FANA, FRCP is Professor of Neurology, Chair of the Leiden Centre for Translational Neuroscience, and a member of the Permanent Science Committee at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC). He is the former President of the International Headache Society (IHS) and is currently President of the Dutch Headache Society.
Professor Ferrari was awarded the quinquennial Winkler Medallion for Excellence in Research from the Dutch Neurological Association in 2005, the Vici Innovational Research Personal Incentive Schema Award from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research in 2004, and the Spinoza Life Time Achievement Premium in 2009. In 2017 he received the 10-year Gravity Award for his work for the Netherlands Organ-on-Chip Initiative. He is an Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) and the American Neurological Association (FANA), and an Honorary Member of the Colombian Neurology Society and the International Headache Society.
Joost Haan, MD, Ph.D., BA, is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Leiden University Medical Centre. He received his medical degree in 1982, his specialty certificate in Neurology in 1988, and his doctorate in clinical Neurophysiology in 1990. Between 2001 and 2007, Dr. Haan was a member of the Council of Dutch Neurologists. Having co-authored over 150 peer-reviewed publications and several books on clinical genetics, Dr. Haan serves on the scientific board of several Dutch scientific organizations and the editorial board of a number of journals. The main topics of his research are the genetics of headache (migraine, cluster headache), hemorrhagic stroke (cerebral amyloid angiopathy), and ischaemic stroke (CADASIL).
Andrew Charles, MD, is Professor and Director of the Headache Research and Treatment Program in the Department of Neurology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 2013 he was named the Meyer and Renee Luskin Chair in Migraine and Headache Studies at UCLA. As Director of the Headache Research and Treatment Program, Dr. Charles seeks to advance headache medicine through education, clinical research, and patient care. From 2011-2013 he was Co-Chair of the NINDS Common Data Elements Project Group for Headaches. He is an associate editor of the
journal Cephalalgia, and serves on the board of directors of the American Headache Society and the board of trustees of the International Headache Society (IHS).David W. Dodick, MD, FRCO (C), FACP, is Professor of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Consultant in Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. Formerly President of the American Headache Society, President of the American Migraine Foundation, and President-elect of the International Headache Society (IHS), he is Program Director of the Mayo Clinic Neurology Residency Program and Medical Director of the Headache and Sports Neurology and Concussions programs. Mr. Dodick is Chairman and member of the Medical Advisory Board of eNeura Inc., a member of the Advisory Board at Alder Pharmaceuticals Inc., and co-director of the annual meeting of the American Headache Society. He is board certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Mr. Dodick has authored more than 300 peer-reviewed publications and co-authored 8 books. He is Editor in Chief of Cephalalgia.

Fumihiko Sakai, MD, is Professor at Saitama Medical University. Professor Sakai obtained his medical degree from Keio University and served as a research fellow with the Department of Neurology at Baylor College of Medicine and a clinical fellow at Keio University Hospital. In 1978 and 1979, he received the 13th and 14th Harold G. Wolff awards from the American Headache Society. He has served as a board member and honorary member of the Societas Neurologica Japonica and as President and Honorary Life Member of the International Headache Society (IHS).

Professor Sakai is currently a member of the board of the Japanese Headache Society, Director of Saitama International Headache Center, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board at Trigemima.

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