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Author Davidoff, R.A
Title Migraine : Manifestations, Pathogenesis and Management
Imprint Cary : Oxford University Press, 2002
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Note Intro -- CONTENTS -- Part I. Clinical Aspects of Migraine -- 1. EPIDEMIOLOGY -- DEFINITION OF MIGRAINE -- DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MIGRAINE -- MIGRAINE IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS -- MIGRAINE PERSONALITY -- MIGRAINE, BEHAVIOR, DISABILITY, AND QUALITY OF LIFE -- COMORBIDITY -- SUMMARY -- 2. GENETICS -- TWIN STUDIES -- MODE OF INHERITANCE -- FAMILIAL HEMIPLEGIC MIGRAINE -- IS MIGRAINE A CHANNELOPATHY? -- CADASIL -- MIGRAINE AND MITOCHONDRIAL DISORDERS -- MELAS -- MERFF -- HLA ANTIGENS -- POLYMORPHISMS ASSOCIATED WITH MIGRAINE SUSCEPTIBILITY -- SUMMARY -- 3. CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS -- PHASES OF MIGRAINE ATTACKS -- MIGRAINE WITHOUT AURA AND MIGRAINE WITH AURA -- PATTERN OF MIGRAINE ATTACKS -- PREMONITORY SYMPTOMS (PRODROMES) -- MIGRAINOUS AURAS -- THE FREE INTERVAL -- MIGRAINOUS HEAD PAIN -- SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH ATTACKS OF MIGRAINE -- BEHAVIOR DURING ATTACKS -- TERMINATION OF ACUTE MIGRAINE ATTACKS AND POSTDROMIC STATE -- SUMMARY -- 4. UNUSUAL FORMS OF MIGRAINE, VARIANTS, AND EQUIVALENTS -- MIGRAINE AURA WITHOUT HEADACHE -- COMPLICATED MIGRAINE -- POST-TRAUMATIC MIGRAINE -- TRANSFORMED MIGRAINE -- CLUSTER MIGRAINE -- STATUS MIGRAINOSUS -- MIGRAINE EQUIVALENTS AND PUTATIVE MIGRAINE EQUIVALENTS -- OPHTHALMOPLEGIC MIGRAINE -- ALTERNATING HEMIPLEGIA OF CHILDHOOD -- POSTICTAL HEADACHES -- SUMMARY -- 5. INITIATORS, PRECIPITATORS, AND TRIGGERS -- INITIATION OF MIGRAINE -- PRECIPITATION OF INDIVIDUAL ATTACKS -- PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS -- DIETARY FACTORS -- ALLERGY -- HUNGER AND HYPOGLYCEMIA -- SLEEP -- EXERTION -- PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS -- HYPERSENSITIVITY TO ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS -- PRESCRIPTION DRUGS -- ILLICIT DRUGS -- TRAUMA-TRIGGERED MIGRAINE -- DISORDERS OF THE NECK -- MEDICAL CONDITIONS -- SUMMARY -- 6. HORMONES -- MENARCHE -- MENSTRUATION -- ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES -- PREGNANCY -- DELIVERY -- LACTATION -- MENOPAUSE AND POSTMENOPAUSE
SUMMARY -- 7. EXAMINATION AND INVESTIGATION OF THE MIGRAINEUR -- THE MIGRAINE HISTORY -- CLINICAL EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT WITH MIGRAINE -- IMAGING PROCEDURES -- ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES -- OTHER DIAGNOSTIC TESTS -- SUMMARY -- 8. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS -- TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE -- CLUSTER HEADACHE -- HEADACHES OF CERVICAL ORIGIN -- TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DYSFUNCTION -- UNRUPTURED ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATIONS AND MIGRAINOUS AURAS -- EXPANDING INTRACRANIAL LESIONS -- GIANT CELL ARTERITIS -- TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA -- IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION -- LOW CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE -- HEADACHE WITH CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PLEOCYTOSIS -- OPHTHALMOLOGICAL HEADACHES -- SINUSITIS -- HYPERTENSION -- PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA -- HEADACHES AS EMERGENCIES -- SUMMARY -- Part II. Pathophysiology -- 9. THE PRODROME AND THE AURA -- PRODROMES -- THE WOLFF HYPOTHESIS AND THE PRIMARY NEURONAL HYPOTHESIS -- CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW -- XENON ([sup(133)]XE) METHODS -- INTERICTAL CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW MEASUREMENTS -- CHANGES IN CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW DURING THE AURA -- SERIAL REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW MEASUREMENTS -- SPREADING DEPRESSION -- MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY -- POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY -- FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING -- THE SPREADING DEPRESSION HYPOTHESIS AND MIGRAINE -- CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS: AURAS AND CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA -- SUMMARY -- 10. CONTROL OF THE CEREBRAL CIRCULATION -- SYMPATHETIC INNERVATION -- PARASYMPATHETIC INNERVATION -- TRIGEMINOVASCULAR FIBERS AND CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW REGULATION -- BRAIN STEM EFFECTS ON THE CRANIAL CIRCULATION -- BASAL NUCLEUS -- ENDOTHELIAL CONTROL OF CEREBRAL VESSELS -- NITRIC OXIDE AND NEURONS -- OTHER FACTORS REGULATING CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW -- SUMMARY -- 11. HEAD PAIN AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS -- LOCUS OF MIGRAINE PAIN -- INTRACRANIAL SOURCES OF MIGRAINE PAIN -- AFFERENT TRIGEMINAL AND CERVICAL SYSTEMS (THE TRIGEMINOCERVICAL SYSTEM)
CENTRAL TERMINATIONS OF AFFERENT FIBERS -- THALAMIC, SUBCORTICAL, AND CORTICAL PROJECTIONS -- REFERRED PAIN -- AFFERENT TRANSMITTERS -- THREE THEORIES OF THE SOURCE OF MIGRAINOUS HEAD PAIN -- DILATATION OF PROXIMAL PARTS OF LARGE CEREBRAL VESSELS -- CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW DURING MIGRAINOUS HEAD PAIN -- NEUROGENIC INFLAMMATION AND VASCULAR PAIN -- ACTIVATION OF THE TRIGEMINOVASCULAR SYSTEM AND MIGRAINE ATTACKS -- ACTIVATION OF NOCICEPTORS -- NEURAL MECHANISMS OF MAINTAINED PAIN: PERIPHERAL SENSITIZATION -- NEURAL MECHANISMS OF MAINTAINED PAIN: CENTRAL SENSITIZATION -- ENDOGENOUS PAIN-MODULATING SYSTEMS -- CENTRAL ACTIVATION OF PAIN-MODULATING SYSTEMS -- NAUSEA AND VOMITING -- PHOTOPHOBIA -- SUMMARY -- 12. THE SEROTONIN HYPOTHESIS AND OTHER THEORIES -- CEREBRAL HYPEREXCITABILITY -- SEROTONIN AND THE INITIATION OF MIGRAINE ATTACKS -- DOPAMINE HYPOTHESIS -- MAGNESIUM -- DECREASED MITOCHONDRIAL ENERGY RESERVE -- THE SYMPATHETIC DYSFUNCTION THEORY -- SUMMARY -- Part III. Management of Acute Attacks -- 13. TRIGGER FACTORS AND NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES -- COMPLIANCE -- THE PLACEBO RESPONSE -- EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE -- THE ROLE OF THE INTERNET, THE MEDIA, AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS -- MANAGEMENT OF MIGRAINEURS -- AVOIDANCE OF TRIGGER FACTORS -- BEHAVIORAL TREATMENTS -- OTHER NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL STRATEGIES -- HERBAL REMEDIES -- SUMMARY -- 14. ANTI-EMETICS, ANALGESICS, BARBITURATES, AND OPIATES -- ANCILLARY INTERVENTIONS -- HEADACHE RECURRENCE -- CHOICE OF ANTI-MIGRAINE MEDICATION -- RESCUE THERAPY -- COST CONSIDERATIONS -- MEDICATION OVERUSE -- ANTI-EMETICS/PROKINETIC MEDICATIONS -- ASPIRIN AND ACETAMINOPHEN -- CAFFEINE -- OTHER NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS -- BUTALBITAL-CONTAINING ANALGESIC DRUGS -- ISOMETHEPTENE MUCATE -- OPIOIDS/NARCOTICS -- CORTICOSTEROIDS -- MAGNESIUM -- MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF MEDICATIONS FOR ACUTE MIGRAINE ATTACKS
SUMMARY -- 15. ERGOTS -- ERGOTAMINE -- DIHYDROERGOTAMINE -- SUMMARY -- 16. TRIPTANS -- SUMATRIPTAN -- SECOND-GENERATION TRIPTANS: TRIALS AND COMPARATIVE TRIALS -- HEADACHE RECURRENCE -- ADVERSE SYMPTOMS -- CHEST, NECK, AND THROAT SYMPTOMS -- CONTRAINDICATIONS -- METABOLISM AND ITS CONSEQUENCES -- COMPARISONS WITH OTHER TREATMENTS -- EFFICACY AND LONG-TERM TRIPTAN USE -- TRIPTAN OVERUSE -- CLINICAL USE OF TRIPTANS -- SUMMARY -- 17. MECHANISM OF ACTION OF ERGOTS AND TRIPTANS -- ACTIVATION OF SEROTONIN RECEPTORS -- PUTATIVE SITES OF ACTION -- SUMMARY -- 18. EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TREATMENT -- NARCOTICS -- TRIPTANS -- DIHYDROERGOTAMINE -- PHENOTHIAZINES, HALOPERIDOL, AND METOCLOPRAMIDE -- PARENTERAL KETEROLAC -- CORTICOSTEROIDS -- OTHER MEDICATIONS -- SUMMARY -- Part IV. Prophylaxis -- 19. OVERVIEW OF INDICATIONS AND GUIDELINES -- CRITERIA -- DRUG EFFICACY -- EFFICACY: INDIVIDUAL PATIENTS -- PROPHYLACTIC AGENTS: OVERVIEW -- SUMMARY -- 20. β-BLOCKERS AND CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS -- β-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS (β-BLOCKERS) -- CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS -- SUMMARY -- 21. ANTIDEPRESSANTS -- TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS -- MONOAMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS -- SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS -- MECHANISMS OF ACTION -- SUMMARY -- 22. ANTICONVULSANTS -- VALPROATE -- GABAPENTIN -- TOPIRAMATE -- LAMOTRIGINE -- MECHANISMS OF ACTION -- SUMMARY -- 23. ANTISEROTONERGICS, NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS, AND MISCELLANEOUS MEDICATIONS -- METHYSERGIDE -- METHYLERGONOVINE -- PIZOTIFEN -- CYPROHEPTADINE -- MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF ANTISEROTONERGICS -- NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS -- LITHIUM -- MISCELLANEOUS PROPHYLACTIC TREATMENTS -- SUMMARY -- Part V. Special Topics -- 24. MIGRAINE IN WOMEN -- MIGRAINE ASSOCIATED WITH MENSTRUATION -- ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES -- THE PREGNANT MIGRAINEUR -- THE NURSING MIGRAINEUR -- THE POSTMENOPAUSAL MIGRAINEUR -- SUMMARY
25. INTRACTABLE HEADACHES AND MEDICATION OVERUSE -- EXCESSIVE USE OF ANTI-MIGRAINE MEDICATION -- STATUS MIGRAINOSUS -- CHRONIC INTRACTABLE HEADACHES -- SUMMARY -- 26. MIGRAINE IN CHILDREN AND THE ELDERLY -- MIGRAINE IN CHILDREN -- MIGRAINE IN THE ELDERLY -- SUMMARY -- 27. AFTERWORD -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Z
The second edition of this study focuses on migraine's diverse variations, its pathophysiology, and its treatment. It combines a practical approach to the clinical aspects of migraine, an assessment of the mechanisms of headache, and a review of management programmes for migraine
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Link Print version: Davidoff, R.A. Migraine : Manifestations, Pathogenesis and Management Cary : Oxford University Press,c2002 9780195137057
Subject Migraine.;Headache
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