CEFALEA

Diego Herrera, David Gaus, Carlos Troya, Miguel Obregón, Alicia Guevara, Sara Romero

Resumen


La cefalea es un motivo de consulta muy frecuente en sala de emergencias. La mayoría de los casos corresponden a cefalea de tipo primario. La historia clínica orientará sobre causas amenazantes de la vida, y seleccionar al paciente sobre el uso de tomografía de encéfalo y/o punción lumbar. El tratamiento sintomático no entorpece el diagnóstico.


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ACEP Clinical Policies Sub- committee on Acute Headache and the ACEP. Clinical Policies CommitteeClinical Policy: Critical.

Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Acute Headache

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An Assessment of Reproducibility and the Frequency With Which a Unique Diagnosis Can Be Assigned to Every Acute

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ACEP Clinical Policies Sub- committee on Acute Headache and the ACEP. Clinical Policies CommitteeClinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Acute Headache ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE 39:1 JANUARY 2002 [doi doi: 10.1067/mem.2002.120125]


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