Head, Section for Headache and Facial Pain, Department of Clinical Pathophysiology, Pathophysiology of Headache and Facial Pain, University of Turin, Italy
In the first of four parts, this book examines the classification criteria as well as etiologic factors and pathogenic mechanisms of headache and different types of facial pain. The second part deals with general problems concerning diagnosis and choice of treatment. The last two parts analyze the individual pathologies at the root of headache (part three) and facial pain (part four): A wide variety of classic and difficult clinical cases are presented. The book can therefore be regarded as a study and consultation manual for neurologists, headache specialists, algologists, anaesthetists, dentists, internists, general practitioners, and all those interested in the problem of headache and facial pain.
Specialty: Otolaryngology, Neurology, Dentistry
- Part 1: Taxonomy and Pathophysiology
- Part 2: Clinical Approach. General Aspects
- Part 3: Headaches. Diagnosis and Treatment
- Part 4: Facial Pain. Diagnosis and Treatment