6 edition of Childhood Headache found in the catalog.
November 11, 2002 by MacKeith Press .
Written in English
Clinics in Developmental Medicine (Mac Keith Press)
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Headache is one of the most common disorders in childhood, with an estimated 75% of children reporting significant headache by the age of 15 years. Pediatric migraine is the most frequent recurrent headache disorder, occurring in up to 28% of older teenagers. Headaches rank third among the illness-related causes of school absenteeism and result in substantial Cited by:
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by Abu–Arafeh, Ishaq (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Format: Hardcover. Childhood syndromes related to migraine / George Russell and Ishaq Abu-Arafeh Episodic tension-type headache / Jack Gladstein Chronic daily headache Childhood Headache book Paul Winner and Jack Gladstein Specific causes of headache / William P.
Whitehouse Rare causes of childhood headache / Ishaq Abu-Arafeh Headache and Migraine in Childhood and Adolescence helps to fill this gap by providing in-depth information on childhood headache disorders.
Headache experts from 10 different countries are represented, with a substantial contribution from Italian workers in the : Jms Pearce. Childhood Headache, 2nd Edition: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content.
Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists. Established worldwide as the one definitive, encyclopedic reference on headache, The Headaches is now in its thoroughly revised, updated Third Edition.
The foremost international authorities examine the mechanisms of over types of headache and provide evidence-based treatment recommendations, including extensive tables of controlled clinical trials.5/5(1).
Childhood Headache is a comprehensive source of knowledge and guidance to practising clinicians looking after children with headache which includes many clinical examples to illustrate the difficulties in diagnosis or options for treatment.
It is also a resource for researchers who are looking Author: Ishaq Abu-Arafeh. Migraine is the most common form of primary headache disorder that causes disability in childhood. 15,16 Migraine is likely underrecognized and underdiagnosed, but it Cited by: 9. The book will be a great addition to the increasing knowledge about childhood migraine and associated disorders.
Show less Migraine in Childhood and other Non-Epileptic Paroxysmal Disorders is an eight-chapter book that begins with the definitions, clinical features, and diagnosis of childhood migrane. 'Childhood Headache is an extremely useful book for specialists and other clinicians dealing with paediatric headaches.
It provides a very clear examination of almost all the aspects of headache in childhood and adolescence, starting with the historical background, dealing with the pathophysiology, analysing the epidemiology and providing an up. Childhood Headache is a comprehensive source of knowledge and guidance to practising clinicians looking Childhood Headache book children with headache which includes many clinical examples to illustrate the difficulties in diagnosis or options for treatment.
It is also a resource for researchers who are looking for a full analysis of the published : Ishaq Abu-Arafeh. Childhood Headache helps to fill this gap by providing specific information written by many authors who represent different areas of expertise.
The first chapter is dedicated to the physiology and mechanisms involved in pain in general and then specifically in headache, with a discussion of the tools used to measure pain in children.
About the e-Book Childhood Headache 2nd Edition Pdf Childhood Headache is a comprehensive source of knowledge and guidance to practising clinicians looking after children with headache which includes many clinical examples to illustrate the difficulties in diagnosis or options for : Ishaq Abu-Arafeh.
From Neolithic times to the era of Hippocrates and Plato, history has recorded headache and included it in the mythology of different ages. The foundations of current research into headache in children and adolescents were laid in the s by Bo Bille (Sweden) with his fundamental work 'Migraine in schoolchildren' (); during the same period, in Italy Roberto Mayer.
The book starts with a section on classification and epidemiology, then deals with genetics, pathogenesis, and precipitation factors of attacks. There is a thorough chapter on the expression of childhood migraine, and the periodic syndrome is fully defined and discussed.
A leading children’s doctor at Forth Valley Royal Hospital is the editor of a new book which could help medics around the world diagnose childhood headache. NHS Forth Valley Consultant Paediatrician Dr Ishaq Abu-Arafeh says it is important to recognise that headache is prevalent in around 60% of children, predominantly girls, and around 20%.
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Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Introduction to Early Childhood. Acute headache in a previously healthy child With constitutional upset. This is probably the commonest cause of headache in childhood. Headache is an accompaniment of fever of any cause (Dalessio, ).Usually, although it may be the only symptom voiced, headache is just part of a recognizable clinical picture, such as childhood exanthem or nasopharyngeal Cited by: The book is divided into clear chapters, which makes it This book is part of the Clinics in Developmental Medicine series, and provides a comprehensive overview of the subject.
Childhood Headache | Archives of Disease in ChildhoodAuthor: A Morjaria. In young children, migraine may present with prominent nonheadache symptoms (migraine without headache, or acephalalgic migraine), or neurologic symptoms (aura) may be much more prominent than the headache.
Previously called "childhood periodic syndromes that are commonly precursors of migraine" in International Headache Classification of.
The book is well organized, flowing logically from one chapter to the next; individual chapters also stand well alone and may be read as the need arises. Within compact pages, Childhood Headache contains 14 tightly edited chapters with useful tables, illustrations, and up-to-date references.
The readability and cohesiveness of this book is. Introduction. The first description of the different types and clinical characteristics of headache in children was probably that provided by Vahlquist in .Headache is one of the most common disorders in childhood, with an estimated 75% of children reporting significant headache by the age of 15 years .Headache is rare before the age of 4, but its prevalence increases Cited by: Childhood Headache 2nd Edition PDF Free Download E-BOOK DESCRIPTION Childhood Headache is a comprehensive source of knowledgeand guidance to practising clinicians looking after children withheadache which includes many clinical examples to illustrate thedifficulties in diagnosis or options for treatment.
This well written and clearly set out book is edited by an eminent paediatrician from Scotland, assisted by a wide range of specialists from all over the world. It is an in-depth analysis of all aspects of childhood : Trefor Roscoe. A headache symptom diary is a diary in which the description of the pain, location, severity (including pain score, for older children), duration, timing, precipitating and relieving factors, and associated features of the headaches are recorded prospectively.
The use of such a diary may reveal a pattern that is typical for a certain type of Author: Choon How How, Wei Shih Derrick Chan. The painful legacy of childhood violence: Migraine headaches among adult survivors of adverse childhood experiences. Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, 55(7), doi: /head.
A headache is a symptom of pain in the area of the head or neck. Headaches are common in children and adolescents. Headaches can be caused by many things, including colds, stress, dehydration, lack of sleep or eye problems (e.g.
straining to read). Over the past 10–15 years there has been a large volume of research into headache, in general, and childhood headache in particular. Research interest and publications have covered vast areas of previously neglected aspects of childhood headache including epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, classification, impact on child's life and Author: I Abu-Arafeh.
“This finding is the first of its kind to show in a large cross-national community sample that the association between childhood family adversities and adult onset of headache is independent of mental disorders,” concluded the team of 14 researchers led. Headaches have many causes.
This review will focus on several of the more important types, with particular emphasis on one of the most frequent varieties of childhood headache, and surely the most complex, childhood migraine. "Childhood Headache" aims to provide practising clinicians with a comprehensive source of advice and knowledge on the diagnosis and management of childhood headache disorders.
It addresses the needs of clinicians looking after children with headache, whether it is in a primary care setting, a hospital general paediatric clinic or in a Author: Ishaq Abu-Arafeh.
Facts about headaches in children: Forty percent (or more) of all children have had a headache by the age of 7. Among 7-year-olds, approximately 4 percent have frequent headaches.
By the age of 15, 75 percent of children have had a headache. Only one child in 40, is found to have a brain tumor causing the headache. HEADACHE AND MIGRAINE IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE By V. Guidetti, G. Russell, M. Sillanpaa and P. Winner Andover: ITPS Cited by: When you think about someone having a headache, you probably think of an adult.
But many kids have headaches, too, and for some of the very same reasons that adults have them. Children and teens can experience tension-type or migraine headaches. Among school age children ages 5 to 17 in the U.S., 20 percent ( million) are prone to headaches.
The content and organization of the book helps it to meet the needs of its audience. Given that there are few books published on headache and its comorbidities in childhood and adolescence, this one helps meet a need.” (Rashmi B. Halker Singh, Doody's Book Reviews, February, ). And this book, analysing the spectrum and complexity of migraine, as well as other types of headache is a very good source of knowledge this page book presents the problem of childhood headaches in a way going beyond clinical viewpoint and this is why I would enthusiastically recommend it to anyone professionally interested in this Format: Hardcover.
Looking back I experienced many of the symptoms of childhood migraines hindsight. I could write a book about my journey in migraines. Glad for continuing awareness and empathy and research into this disabilitating disease I have gone from Daily chronic migraines cured only with triptans to headaches monthly often cured with Excedrin for.
This book assists appropriate headache assessment and decision-making in pediatrics. It covers many aspects and causes of headache disorders in children and adolescents using case studies to illustrate important points in history, examination, diagnosis, choice of management approach, therapy selection, and communication of the most helpful advice to the child and : Springer International Publishing.
Childhood Headache Headaches in children are common but may not be serious. Frequent headaches, worsening severity and associated symptoms like.
The study of migraine comorbidities in childhood and adolescence, the reason for this book, is extremely important in clinical practice, both for diagnostic issues and for the management and.
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