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Titel: Pathogenesis and surgical treatment of migraine and neurovascular headaches with rhinogenic trigger.
Autoren: Novak VJ; Makek M
Quelle: HEAD AND NECK; 14; 6; 467-72; 1992 Nov-Dec
Sprache: English
Institution: Department of Otohrinolaryngology, Kantonsspital, Lucerne, Switzerland.
CT: ETHMOID SINUS/abnormalities; ETHMOID SINUS/radiography; ETHMOID SINUS/*surgery; NOSE/abnormalities; NOSE/radiography; NOSE/*surgery; VASCULAR HEADACHES/*etiology; VASCULAR HEADACHES/*surgery; HUMAN; MIGRAINE/diagnosis; MIGRAINE/etiology; MIGRAINE/surgery; NASAL SEPTUM/abnormalities; NASAL SEPTUM/radiography; NASAL SEPTUM/surgery; SPHENOID SINUS/radiography; SPHENOID SINUS/surgery; THERMOGRAPHY; TOMOGRAPHY, X-RAY COMPUTED; TREATMENT OUTCOME
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ND: 93106769 BASE: ML66
PMID: 1468919
LR: 20001218
SU: Index Medicus
JID: 8902541
ISSN: 1043-3074
DT: Journal Article
AB: Patients (299) with various types of headaches (migraines, cluster headaches, and so-called idiopathic headaches) were operated on between 1973 and 1991. Septal correction, resection of the middle concha, ethmoidectomy, and sphenoidectomy on the corresponding headache side or occasionally on both sides were carried out. Most patients (235; 78.5%) were totally asymptomatic postoperatively; 34 (11.5%) had a sensation of pressure in the head on rare occasions but no further migraines, and 30 (11%) continued to experience headaches that occurred only rarely and were mild and of short duration.


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