A. Primary headaches
Migraine with Aura defined as condition of common migraine, involves migraine headaches that are preceded by some sort of visual disturbance of an aura such as difficulty speaking, vertigo, ringing in ears, or a number of other brainstem-related symptoms, but sometimes it may be associated with underlying hereditary or acquired cerebrovascular disorders, according to " Migraine aura pathophysiology: the role of blood vessels and microembolisation"
Dalkara T, Nozari A, Moskowitz MA.(A1)
Basilar Migraines headache is a rare form of migraine with aura symptoms including dizziness, double vision, loss of balance, confusion, slurred speech, hearing changes and tingling on both sides of the body. Researchers suspected that basilar artery migraine had its start in the basilar artery in the back of your head
Hemispheric Migraine is defined as a severe and rare condition of of migraine with aura. Headache pain of a migraine may precede with temporary chemical imbalances causes of impaired vision, muscle control and body sensations, speech, language and hearing difficulty, paralysis or numbness on one side of the body, etc.
Menstrual Migraines is a hormone related headaches happened in the before, during or immediately after the period, or during ovulation as a result of the levels of estrogen and progesterone fluctuations in the menstrual cycle.
Is also known as migraine aura without headache or Silent Migraines. Migraine aura without headache should be considered as a diagnosis in anyone who has recurrent episodes of transient symptoms, especially those that are visual or neurological or involve vertigo. Visual and neurological symptoms due to migraine are not unusual and most commonly occur in older persons with a history of migraine headaches. Migraine aura without headache should be diagnosed only when transient. Migraine auras are reversible and recurrent episodes of neurological symptoms that resolve within 1 hour. They are associated with migraine but may not precede a headache, according to "Migraine aura without headache:
Benign, but a diagnosis of exclusion" by ROBERT S. KUNKEL, MD Consultant, Headache Center, Department of Neurology, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Page 529)
Tension-Type Headaches is the most common type of primary headache and accounted for nearly 90% of all headaches as a result of muscle tightening in the back of the neck or other muscle groups in the body.
a. Episodic tension-type headache
It can occur randomly and is triggered by temporary nerve tension such as stress, anxiety, anger, etc.
b. Chronic tension-type headache
Chronic tension-type headache is a daily or continuous headache. Patient are required to take medicine continuously such as antidepressants
Cluster Headache also known as suicide headache, is defined as a neurological disease of severely painful headaches that occur periodically over a long period of time. The diseases affects over 0.1% of the population
Paemeleire K, Bahra A, Evers S, Matharu MS, Goadsby PJ.(B7)
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