II. Classification

  1. Long duration
  2. Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgia
    1. Headaches similar to Cluster Headache
    2. Unilateral trigeminal distribution symptoms with autonomic features

III. Symptoms

  1. Characteristics
    1. Unilateral Headache
  2. Associated symptoms (at least one of the following cluster-like autonomic findings)
    1. Conjunctival injection or Lacrimation
    2. Nasal congestion or Rhinorrhea
    3. Ptosis or Miosis
  3. Palliative measures
    1. Responds completely to Indomethacin

IV. Differential Diagnosis

V. Management

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Ontology: Hemicrania continua (C2349425)

Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
ICD9 339.41
ICD10 G44.51
SnomedCT 443095000
English hemicrania continua (diagnosis), hemicrania continua, Hemicrania continua (disorder), Hemicrania continua
Spanish hemicrania continua (trastorno), hemicrania continua