Researchers introduce and investigate a new category of headache termed undifferentiated headache in a pediatric population.
Peripheral nerve blocks for pediatric headache treatment are associated with significant benefit and minimal risk.
Use of the 9-item Pediatric Pain Screening Tool may help clinicians identify children with headache who are at risk for poor outcomes, ultimately helping to optimize individualized therapy.
Children who experience any type of recurrent headache at school entry are at an increased risk for the development of headaches in young adulthood.
Age was the largest single variable influencing child concussion assessment scores, with worse scores reported among younger children.
Ropivacaine may not be superior to injected saline for the treatment of headache in children.
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