Single occipital nerve blockade efficacy and safety in episodic & chronic cluster headache

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Single occipital nerve blockade efficacy and safety in episodic & chronic cluster headache

Cluster headaches occur as attacks of severe, one-sided headaches. Typically, a number of attacks occur over several weeks - about (cluster) of attacks. The headaches then usually go for weeks, months or years until a next cluster of headaches develops. Treatment options for cluster headache (CH) include acute, transitional and prophylactic strategies. A study was conducted to assess the efficacy and safety of a single occipital nerve block (ONB) in patients with episodic (eCH) and chronic CH (cCH).

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Therapeutic, Cluster headache, Single occipital nerve block, Efficacy, Safety, Audio summaries
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