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This is an excellent and timely monograph on a very difficult clinical problem. The author has made an extensive survey of the literature and has arranged the material so that it is reasonably easy to read.
The first chapter deals with pain-sensitive structures of the head and the superficial localization of pain resulting from disturbances of these structures. There are numerous illustrations to clarify this relationship. This is the most interesting single feature of the book.
The other chapters concern headaches resulting from (1) intracranial lesions; (2) spinal puncture and ventriculography; (3) cranial nerve neuralgias; (4) headache of ocular origin;
Headache.. Ann Intern Med. 1948;28:1198. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-28-6-1198_1
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