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Unnecessary Neuroimaging for Patients With Primary Headaches

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Background – Headache may be due to either a primary or secondary disorder, and neuroimaging assessments can play an important role when differentiating between these types of headache. Although many studies have reported no significant differences between primary headache patients and the general population in terms of abnormal neuroimaging findings, others have shown that neuroimaging may be employed to rule out secondary causes of headache that could impact morbidity and mortality. This issue remains under debate. Thus, the present study compared the neuroimaging findings of headache patients and healthy controls.
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Keywords: computed tomography (CT); computerized clinical decision supported system (CDSS); magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); neuroimaging; primary headache

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2019

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