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Headache With Autonomic Features in a Child: Cluster Headache or Contact-Point Headache?

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Headache and facial pain due to diseases of the nose and sinuses are not uncommon in children. However, nasal contact-point associated with headache is relatively uncommon and has unclear etiological significance. We herein report a child having headache with autonomic features and contact-point in the nose, and discuss the difficulties in diagnostic categorization.
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Keywords: Sluder's neuralgia; Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgia (TAC); childhood headache; cluster headache; secondary headache

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2008

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