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Cervicogenic headache: Symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment – Medical News Today

A cervicogenic headache is a pain that develops in the neck, though a person feels the pain in their head. Cervicogenic headaches are secondary headaches. Secondary headaches are those caused by an underlying condition, such as neck injuries, infections, or severe high blood pressure. This sets them apart from primary headaches, such as migraines and… Read More »

CHEST Guidelines for Clinical Diagnosis of Pertussis-Associated Cough

November 12, 2018 Share this content: In children, pooled estimates of sensitivity and specificity were generated for only 1 clinical feature: posttussive vomiting. A guideline based on a high-quality systematic review has been developed for the clinical diagnosis of pertussis-associated cough in children and adults to justify the decision regarding whether or not antibiotic therapy… Read More »