Internal Medicine, Family Medicine

Can't Miss Headache Syndromes

James Watson, MD

Secondary HA symptoms that could indicate change in primary HA syndrome, differentiate type CDH, when to suspect intracranial hypotension HA or temporal arteritis

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  • 1:44

    Case 1: 49-year-old female with migraines increasing in frequency from every 6-8 weeks to daily

  • 2:59

    Brain Tumor HA

  • 5:40

    Headache Red Flags

  • 7:31

    Case 2: 43-year-old female with daily HA

  • 8:57

    Episodic Migraine Moves to CDH

  • 11:03

    Hemicrania Continua

  • 12:28

    Case Summary

  • 12:40

    Case 3: 60-year-old female in MVA, posterior head and upper neck pain

  • 14:02

    Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension HA

  • 16:15

    MRI - SEEPS

  • 17:54

    Case Summary

  • 18:27

    Case 4: 32-year-old female past 3 months increasing HA

  • 20:00

    Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis (CVT)

  • 22:25

    Case Summary

  • 22:26

    Giant Cell Arteritis

  • 22:49

    Case 5: 68-year-old female last 2 months new headache right, occipto-nuchal head pain

  • 28:18

    Case Summary

  • 28:40

    Closing Summary