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- Tension headaches – These types of headaches will have no pain or sensitivity externally during the examination. In other words, everything appears normal.
- Cluster headaches – In most cases, the patient history is enough to make a diagnosis of cluster headache. Sometimes, if an attack is underway, the doctor may observe some of the signs and symptoms directly.
- Migraine headaches – This type of headache is also determined primarily based on the patient history. Unless the patient presents themselves during bouts of nausea or vomiting, the doctor will not be able to observe any outward signs of migraine headache.
- Sinus headaches - behind the forehead and/or cheek bones
- Secondary headaches – In many cases, secondary headaches are obviously related to other trauma, the patient may present severe symptoms pointing to traumatic brain injury. Other instances are less obvious and are diagnosed by some of the testing methods mentioned above.
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Headaches
- Stress and Headaches
- Genetics and Headaches
- Blood Pressure and Headaches
- Diseases and Secondary Headaches
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