The natural history of episodic cluster headache

T. Sacquegna, P. De Carolis, R. Agati, D. De Capoa, A. Baldrati, P. Cortelli

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Abstract

We studied the course of episodic cluster headache in 72 patients. Sixty-two cases (86%) had a regular frequency of clusters per year. Most patients suffered from 1 bout a year. A prolonged remission (> 1 year) did not change the frequency pattern of clusters per year. Fifty patients (69%) had a fixed pattern both of frequency and duration of bouts. Thirty-seven patients (51%) had a regular frequency of bouts per year, a fixed duration of bouts and a fixed frequency of attacks a day. Our results show that the natural history of most cluster headache (CH) patients is characterized by a regular pattern.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHeadache
Pages370-371
Number of pages2
Volume27
Edition7
Publication statusPublished - 1987

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Clinical Neurology
  • Neuroscience(all)

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    Sacquegna, T., De Carolis, P., Agati, R., De Capoa, D., Baldrati, A., & Cortelli, P. (1987). The natural history of episodic cluster headache. In Headache (7 ed., Vol. 27, pp. 370-371)