PECULIARITIES OF HEADACHE IN ARTERIAL AND INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION: CLINICAL AND NEUROBIOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Abstract


The review provides data on the combination of headache with arterial and intracranial hypertension. Clinical-epidemiological and neurobiological aspects of the problem are considered. The mechanisms for the development and clinical significance of “hypertensive headache” and «hypertension associated hypalgesia» were discussed.

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Aisylu T Fayzutdinova

Kazan State Medical University

Email: aisluzab@mail.ru
420012, Каzan, Butlerov street, 49
Department of neurology andrehabilitation

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