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Types of Headaches | Primary vs. Secondary | Migraine, Cluster, Tension Headaches

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In this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will be presenting on Types of Headaches | Primary vs. Secondary | Migraine, Cluster, Tension Headaches. This lecture will include a detailed and systematic approach to understanding the etiology and pathophysiology on primary and secondary headaches. We differentiate between what a primary and secondary headache is, as well as defining the three types of primary headaches. The primary headaches include migraines, cluster, and tension type headaches. We discuss the clinical features that can help to distinguish between these types of headaches and how these headaches are diagnosed and treated.

Table of Contents:

0:00 Lab

0:08 Types of Headaches Introduction

0:33 Secondary Headaches

34:46 Etiology and Pathophysiology of Migraines and Cluster / Tension Headaches

47:10 Clinical Features of Migraines and Cluster / Tension Headaches

58:16 Diagnosis of Migraines and Cluster / Tension Headaches

1:03:15 Treatment of Migraines and Cluster / Tension Headaches

1:21:59 Outro: As Always, Until Next Time

1:22:06 Comment, Like, SUBSCRIBE!

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