Children with headaches pose diagnostic challenges

12/17/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

British researchers said primary care providers have a difficult time diagnosing headaches in children and many young patients may go untreated. Their analysis of 48,575 children with headache found that almost 80% were labeled as undifferentiated and 19% were primary, including migraine, tension and cluster headaches.

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