SNNOOP10 Red Flags For Secondary Headache Disorder

Headache Red Flags
[checklist name="variable_1" value="Systemic symptoms including fever|Neoplasm in history|Neurologic deficit or dysfunction (including decreased consciousness)|Onset of headache is sudden or abrupt|Older age (> 65 years)|Pattern change or recent onset of headache|Positional headache|Precipitated by sneezing, coughing, or exercise|Papilledema|Progressive headache and atypical presentation|Pregnancy or puerperium|Painful eye with autonomic features|Posttraumatic onset of headache|Pathology of the immune system such as HIV|Painkiller overuse or new drug at onset of headache"]
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[link url="https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30587518/" memo="#1"] Do TP, Remmers A, Schytz HW, et al. Red and orange flags for secondary headaches in clinical practice: SNNOOP10 list. Neurology. 2019;92(3):134-144. [/conditional]
Headache Red Flags

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