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129 Possible Causes for Bitemporal Headache, Headache

  • Acute Mountain Sickness

    KEYWORDS: acute mountain sickness; headache; high altitude headache; migraine headache[] It is characterized by sudden onset of a bitemporal headache, nausea, fatigue, dizziness and can be life-threatening with the development of cerebral or pulmonary edema.[] Prevention and treatment of high altitude headache.[]

  • Empty Sella Syndrome

    Abstract Otolaryngologists frequently encounter patients with complaints of headaches.[] Headache varies widely by location and extent - from mild, periodical, to unbearable, almost permanent.[] […] extradural placement of a detachable vascular balloon via a transsphenoidal approach was performed successfully in a patient with primary empty sella syndrome, relieving headache[]

  • Tension Headache

    Tension headache is a common type of primary headache. It can be episodic or chronic.[] The big headaches tend to have features of migraine while the little headaches have features of tension-type headache (TTH).[] In Part 2 of Primary Headache disorders, we discuss the fourth Primary Headache Disorder, Tension-Type Headache (TTHA).[]

  • Acromegaly

    Abstract A 22-year-old woman presented with worsening vision loss and headaches.[] References: [1] [4] Clinical features Tumor mass effects Headache , vision loss ( bitemporal hemianopsia ) , cranial nerve palsies : Oligomenorrhea , secondary amenorrhea[] These include headaches, visual abnormalities, typically bitemporal hemianopsia, and cranial nerve palsies.[]

  • Endocrine Dysfunction

    Abstract Chondromas originating from the sella turcica are rare, and the most common initial symptoms are headache and visual disturbance.[] (60%), bitemporal hemianopsia, and cranial nerve palsies can result from somatotroph adenoma/macroadenomas 55 Androgen deficiency Decreased muscle mass, increased body fat[] Haug Browse recently published Learning/CME Learning/CME View all learning/CME CME Case 3-2019: A 70-Year-Old Woman with Fever, Headache, and Progressive Encephalopathy Caplacizumab[]

  • Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis

    […] in CVT range from cluster headache such as onset, worst headache of life, migraine-like headache, exploding headache, chronic tension headache, chronic daily headache, and[] The patient was well till 10 days prior to admission that developed progressive, intense bitemporal headache exacerbated with bending.[] The headache was relatively constant and had intermittent exacerbations. It was bitemporal, but worse on the right than left.[]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    Abstract Three patients are described who experienced headache from hypertension: one had acute headache from acute hypertension, one had daily, morning headaches from chronic[] A 34-year-old man, previously in good health with no past history of hypertension, presented with a 2-day history of bitemporal headaches and a sudden onset of left-sided[] Abstract A 68-year-old woman presented with thunderclap headache, which led to a search for subarachnoid hemorrhage.[]

  • Pituitary Neoplasm

    The clinical presentation mainly depends on hormone-secreting effects, but a headache may often be the only symptom.[] Patients with hypothalamic-pituitary lesions generally present with some combination of Symptoms and signs of a mass lesion: headaches, altered appetite, thirst, visual field[] […] colors • Headache Pituitary apoplexy can be a severe result of any type of pituitary adenoma.[]

  • Pilocytic Astrocytoma

    […] longer history of back pain and headache.[] Two weeks prior to hospital admission, he developed mild bitemporal headaches and dizziness. Neurological examination was normal.[] Clinical presentation of the primary tumour consisted of partial simple seizures, while the recurrent tumour manifested with headache and vomiting.[]

  • Prolactinoma

    The most frequent presenting complaint amongst the patients was of headache, present in 57.4% patients.[] A 28-year-old man presented with headaches, visual impairment and behavioural changes. Clinically, the patient was found to have hypogonadism and bitemporal hemianopsia.[] (most commonly a bitemporal hemianopsia from chiasmal compression), hypopituitarism, ophthalmoplegia, and, rarely, hydrocephalus from obstruction of the foramen of Monro.[]

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