1. Dr Munni Ray
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A teen aged girl who presented with idiopathic facial pain which began after being hit by a toy plane over her forehead 6m back. On examination has some puckering of skin with hyperaesthesia over the right supraorbital region. Presentation almost like a complex regional pain syndrome though, rarely reported over the face region even in adults. MRI head normal. CBZ failed. Now trying PGB.
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Interesting. I´d consider first a secondary (traumatic) neuralgia.
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Thanks for your comment. I think pregabalin should also be useful in this condition.
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I think pregabalin is useful , and also rehabilitation program (PT) could be effective
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Thanks for all your interest. As coordinator of this growing group I´d like to propose a collaborative data input of headache types according with the IHS (revised, 2004) in order to present in ICNC 2014.
I´ll apreciatte your comments!
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Interesting proposal. Had conducted a research on this topic and presented data comparing headache classification according to different diagnostic criteria laid down by Vahlquist, Seshia , Prensky and ICHD II criteria at the Indian Conference of Neurology 2008. Would be nice to learn from experience of others around the world
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Since 1988, with the first Classiffication, thw small group of child neurologists thought the IHS criteria for paediatric population was unapropiate.
But we must realize that very few studies have compared this issues with adult population.
It is time for changing that.
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