Characterization of headache after traumatic brain injury
Lucas S et al. – The data show that most headache after traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be classified using primary headache criteria. Migraine/probable migraine described the majority of headache after TBI across one year post–injury. Using symptom–based criteria for headache following TBI can serve as a framework from which to provide evidence–based treatment for these frequent, severe, and persistent headaches.