The complex, subjective nature of cephalgia makes it challenging to manage, yet its pervasive and severe characteristics have led people to seek treatment as far back as the earliest documented time in human existence. Today, headache is still a common presenting complaint in the emergency department (ED) and the single most common neurologic complaint in pediatric ED visits.
By Khadija Shahid, OD, MPH
Review of Optometry CE, October 2021
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