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2022 Apr 01

Rev Neurol



[Are secondary descriptors of headache useful in neuroimaging examinations? Results of a multicenter retrospective study of 1041 brain MRI studies].


Martínez-Barbero JP, Láinez-Ramos Bossini AJ, Sendra-Portero F
Rev Neurol. 2022 Apr 01; 74(7):228-231.
PMID: 35332926.


Headache is a common health problem in the general population. In clinical practice it is common to request neuroimaging examinations to rule out secondary headache, especially brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The aim of this study is to analyze the secondary descriptors of headache-associated symptoms in brain MRI studies to assess their usefulness as predictors of potential intracranial structural abnormalities.