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Joseph Mort
  1. Develop a differential diagnosis for a patient presenting with headache.
  2. Identify features of a patient’s presentation consistent with primary versus secondary headaches.
  3. Recognize features of a patient’s headache concerning for a medical emergency.
  4. Use a patient’s history to differentiate between causes of chronic headache.
  5. Know the management of common primary headache disorders.
AccessMedicine > Huppert’s Notes: Pathophysiology and Clinical Pearls for Internal Medicine > Approaches & Chief Complaints in Neurology > HEADACHE
AccessMedicine > Symptom to Diagnosis: An Evidence-Based Guide, 4e > Approach to the Patient with Headache - Case 1 > CONSTRUCTING A DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
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AccessMedicine > Case Files: Emergency Medicine, 4e > Case 29 > Headache
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AccessMedicine > Case Files: Neurology 3e > Case 18 > Migraine Headache
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AccessMedicine > Vanderbilt Internal Medicine and Pediatric Curriculum > 16 > Adult Headache


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