The most unusual headache syndromes in neurology

Headaches constitute the bulk of what neurologists see in their general clinics. Most people with headaches fall neatly into one of two categories, migraine or tension type headache (TTH). The neurology clinic may have a sprinkling of people with cluster headache or paroxysmal hemicrania, two of the more common trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias (TACs). All these headaches are easy to recognise […]

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The 50 faces of multiple sclerosis: the diverse presentations of a common disease

Multiple sclerosis (MS) dominates neurological practice in many parts of the world. This is no doubt because it is a common disorder which favours the young.The typical form, relapsing remitting MS (RRMS), is often easy to recognise and diagnose. The are however other types and variants such as primary progressive MS (PPMS), that often pose a […]

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