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'''Cervicogenic headache''' is a type of [[headache]] characterised by chronic hemicranial pain referred to the head from either the [[cervical spine]] or soft tissues within the neck.<ref>{{cite journal |last= Page |first= P. |year= 2011 |title= Cervicogenic headaches: An evidence-led approach to clinical management |journal= International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy |volume= 6 |issue= 3 |page= 254 |pmid= 22034615 |pmc= 3201065}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last= Biondi |first= D. M. |year= 2005 |title= Cervicogenic headache: A review of diagnostic and treatment strategies |journal= Journal of the American Osteopathic Association |volume= 105 |issue= 4 supplement |pages= S16-22 |pmid= 15928349 |url= http://www.jaoa.org/content/105/4_suppl/16S.long}}</ref>
 
'''Cervicogenic headache''' is a type of [[headache]] characterised by chronic hemicranial pain referred to the head from either the [[cervical spine]] or soft tissues within the neck.<ref>{{cite journal |last= Page |first= P. |year= 2011 |title= Cervicogenic headaches: An evidence-led approach to clinical management |journal= International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy |volume= 6 |issue= 3 |page= 254 |pmid= 22034615 |pmc= 3201065}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last= Biondi |first= D. M. |year= 2005 |title= Cervicogenic headache: A review of diagnostic and treatment strategies |journal= Journal of the American Osteopathic Association |volume= 105 |issue= 4 supplement |pages= S16-22 |pmid= 15928349 |url= http://www.jaoa.org/content/105/4_suppl/16S.long}}</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 04:07, 7 August 2019

Cervicogenic headache is a type of headache characterised by chronic hemicranial pain referred to the head from either the cervical spine or soft tissues within the neck.[1][2]

See also

References

  1. Page, P. (2011). "Cervicogenic headaches: An evidence-led approach to clinical management". International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 6 (3): 254. PMC 3201065. PMID 22034615.
  2. Biondi, D. M. (2005). "Cervicogenic headache: A review of diagnostic and treatment strategies". Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. 105 (4 supplement): S16–22. PMID 15928349.
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