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Headaches Caused By Vascular Disorders.

J. Rothrock
Published 2014 · Medicine

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The clinical association between stroke and headache is complex, ranging from the largely irrelevant to the highly specific. The incidence and clinical relevance of acute headache are highly dependent on stroke subtype and etiology. In this article the issue of headache accompanying acute stroke is addressed in some detail.
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