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Hovedpine hos børn og unge

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  1. Svær adenoviruspneumoni hos en immunkompetent mand

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  2. Allergisk kontakteksem ved anvendelse af insulinpumper og glukosesensorer hos børn med diabetes

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  3. Remdesivir til behandling af COVID-19-pneumoni

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  4. Stilheden før stormen - om psykiatrisk sygdom i coronaens tid

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  5. Varicocele Testis

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  1. Predictors of the Clinical Course of Tourette Syndrome: A Longitudinal Study

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  2. Clinical and genetic spectrum of SCN2A-associated episodic ataxia

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  3. The spectrum of intermediate SCN8A-related epilepsy

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  4. Negativ antimyelin oligodendrocyt- glykoproteinantistof hos en dreng med akut demyeliniserende tilstand i centralnervesystemet

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  5. Månens cyklus' indflydelse på epileptiske anfald

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Headache is an increasingly common symptom among children and adolescents with a prevalence of 58.4%, and it may have profound impact on everyday life. A poorer prognosis is seen for children, who are not referred to specialist care, and long-term follow-up is shown to indicate a better outcome. A thorough headache history and a full neurological examination is vital to a correct diagnosis. The acute and prophylactic treatment is poorly studied, but acetaminophen and ibuprofen are first-line choices in acute treatment, and prophylactic treatment should be carried out by specialists
Translated title of the contributionHeadache in children and adolescents
Original languageDanish
Article numberV06170483
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume180
Pages (from-to)2-6
Number of pages5
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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