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Depending on a patient’s headache history, providers might need to determine if the headache is primary or secondary and decide if further testing is necessary. Our experts put together resources to help you identify red flags in headache medicine, concerning changes in headache history and more.
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Changes in Headache History: When to be Concerned
Primary vs. Secondary Headache
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Updated Guidelines for Neuroimaging in Migraine
Red Flags in Headache History
Migraine and Brain Lesions: Q&A With Dr. Peter Goadsby
Red Flags in Headache -- What if it isn't Migraine?
Asking the Right Questions to Diagnose Migraine
Neuroimaging for Migraine: The American Headache Society Systematic Review and Evidence‐Based Guideline
What Type of Headache Do You Have? | American Migraine Foundation
Changes in Headache Symptoms: When to be Concerned
MRI for Kids: When is Brain Imaging Necessary?
What to Expect From a First-Time Visit to a Headache Specialist
What Causes Migraine
Why Do I Have Migraine?
How to Establish a Good Relationship with Your Healthcare Professional
Is it Time to See a Headache Specialist? | The American Migraine Foundation
Changes in Headache: When to See Your Doctor | American Migraine Foundation
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