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208 Possible Causes for Cluster Headache, Horner's Syndrome

  • Migraine

    […] of absent vision with a shimmering or glittering zigzag border Physical findings during a migraine headache may include the following: Cranial/cervical muscle tenderness Horner[] The term cluster headache should be used carefully as sometimes people will refer to their headaches as “cluster headaches” because they have headaches that occur in “clusters[] Symptoms of Cluster Headache Cluster headache consists of severe headaches on one side of the head.[]

  • Cluster Headache

    Cluster headaches do not permanently damage the brain. The exact cause of cluster headache is not known.[] syndrome.[] We report two patients who had pain episodes mimicking cluster headache attacks, and who experienced a total or partial Horner's syndrome ipsilaterally to pain, persisting[]

  • Horner's Syndrome

    Diagnosis : Horner's Syndrome with Cluster Headache (Horton’s headache) EPIDEMIOLOGY Depends on the cause of the Horner’s Syndrome Regarding Cluster Headache: Male-to-Female[] Horner's syndrome (Bernard-Horner syndrome, Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome) is caused by a lesion in the sympathetic nervous system and characterized by the classic triad[] Clinical science Summary Cluster headache (CH) is a type of primary headache that mostly affects adult men.[]

  • SUNCT Syndrome

    Cluster headaches last longer, while SUNCT occurs more frequently in a given time period. Cluster headaches are usually more severe than SUNCT headaches.[] syndrome.[] Physical signs included opthalmoplegia, optic atrophy, temporal hemianopia, Adie syndrome, swelling of the eye, persistent partial or complete Horner's syndrome, absent nasal[]

  • Harlequin Syndrome

    headache and harlequin syndrome.[] In this case a well-demarcated contralateral hemifacial flushing and ipsilateral pallor developed, without the distinctive ipsilateral Horner's syndrome.[] Brain 92 : 137–146 9 Drummond PD and Lance JW (1992) Pathological sweating and flushing accompanying the trigeminal lacrimal reflex in patients with cluster headache and in[]

  • Anisocoria

    Abstract Fifty-three patients with cluster headache, mean age 42.6 years, were examined by means of pupillometry.[] A complete literature search of documented pupillary size in pediatric patients with the diagnosis of Horner syndrome was performed.[] Anisocoria also may be present in a cluster headache with lacrimation and rhinorrhea. Other rare forms of a headache also may invoke anisocoria.[]

  • Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgia

    Several differences between Sluder's neuralgia and cluster headache became evident. Based on described symptoms, new criteria for Sluder's neuralgia could be formulated.[] Horner syndrome;: restlessness and cannot sit or lie still, prefer to pace about a room or rock back and forth ____ is a key feature of cluster headache.[] syndrome, lacrimation, and nasal congestion.[]

  • Paroxysmal Hemicrania

    […] of a central origin of cluster headache.[] Pupil reactions to directly and indirectly acting sympathicomimetic drugs were also vastly different in our case and cluster headache: no signs of Horner s syndrome in our[] Ophthalmic manifestations of cluster headaches include conjunctival injection, eyelid edema, and Horner syndrome.[]

  • Carotid Artery Dissection

    Cluster-like headache with pain centered in or around the eye has been described in a case of spontaneous internal carotid artery dissection. [12] Hypogeusia, or decreased[] We present a case of a 31-year-old Caucasian woman who was 11 weeks pregnant and presented with neck pain, headache, vomiting and left side Horner's syndrome.[] Cluster-like headaches associated with internal carotid artery dissection responsive to verapamil. Headache. 2008 Mar. 48(3):461-6. [Medline].[]

  • Ptosis

    KEYWORDS: Apraclonidine; Botulinum toxin; Horner's syndrome; Ptosis[] The following day he saw an ophthalmologist, and he was presumptively diagnosed with cluster headache.[] headaches Routine cataract or LASIK surgery may lead to ptosis from a tendon or muscle being stretched Droopy eyelids and the thyroid gland can be connected; ptosis can be[]

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