email   Email Us: info@lupinepublishers.com phone   Call Us: +1 (914) 407-6109   57 West 57th Street, 3rd floor, New York - NY 10019, USA

Lupine Publishers Group

Lupine Publishers

ISSN: 2637-6628

Online Journal of Neurology and Brain Disorders

Review Article(ISSN: 2637-6628)

Knowledge of the Approach of the Tensional Cephalea, with First Contact Doctors in the Regional Military Hospital of Specialties of Guadalajara, Mexico

Volume 2 - Issue 5

Miranda Nava Gabriel1* and Eladia Estefania Zaragoza Hernández2

  • Author Information Open or Close
    • 1Head of the Neurology service, Mexico
    • 2Internal Doctor of the Regional Military Hospital of Specialties of Guadalajara, Mexico

    *Corresponding author: Miranda Nava Gabriel, Head of the Neurology service, Regional Military Hospital of specialties of Guadalajara, Mexico

Received:July 11, 2019;   Published: July 19, 2019

DOI: 10.32474/OJNBD.2019.02.000149

Full Text PDF

To view the Full Article   Peer-reviewed Article PDF

Abstract

Cephalea is one of the most common patient’s medical reasons to attend an emergency room. It is estimated that at least one-third of the population between 18 and 65 years has suffered from a headache on some occasion. Therefore, the physician must be able to differentiate between the primary and secondary Cephalea, since the latter can seriously menace the patient’s life. Likewise, to make the right diagnosis of Cephalea, is very important to identify the risk facts, the warning signs, and the diagnosis tools concerning to it. It is very significant to consider that, although the cephalea could have a multifactorial etiology, genetics and molecular biology have a relevant roll in its development. Cephalea becomes a daily challenge for the physician, since a correct approach to this condition fall on the patient´s outcome and quality of life.

Summary

Headache is one of the most common reasons for consultation by which people go to the emergency services. It is estimated that at least a third of the population between 18 and 65 has suffered from a headache on occasion. Therefore, the doctor, when facing a patient with this pathology, should have the ability to differentiate between primary or secondary headache since the latter can seriously compromise the life of your patient. Likewise, it is important to identify the risk factors, warning signs and diagnostic tools related to headache because they could help guide your diagnosis. It is important to keep in mind that, although the headache has a multifactorial etiology, the role that molecular genetics and molecular biology play in its development is also relevant. Headache becomes a daily challenge for the clinician, since the correct outcome of this condition depends on the outcome and quality of life of the patients.

Abstract| Introduction| Conclusion| References|

Close

Online Submission System

Drag and drop files here

or

Browse Files
( For multiple files submission, zip them in a single file to submit. For file zipping software Download )