This volume is about headache disorders, a universal problem for healthcare providers around the globe. It encompasses major developments, including the role of genetics and genomics in the emergence of new fields such as migraine genetics.
Clinicians will find an exhaustive, up-to-date accounting of cultural developments and the scientific advances that have revolutionized the medical community s understanding of all types of headaches. The value of evidence-based medicine and transitional research is highlighted, along with diagnostic tools that have proven effective in clinical settings.
This handbook provides a comprehensive explanation of the neurobiological aspects of the nervous system in health and disease, as well as the clinical aspects of neurological disease. In addition, the contributions made by the biological sciences to further an understanding of the pathophysiology of headaches are discussed, with critical information on primary and secondary headaches.
* A comprehensive guide to the advancements made in headache research and medicine, including the role of genetics and genomics
* An exhaustive accounting of cultural developments and scientific advances in headache medicine
* Critical information on primary and secondary headaches, including new therapies, prevention techniques, and management protocols
|Hardcover Book, 856 pages||English|