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Headache is a common symptom of acute and chronic cerebrovascular diseases. Headache can be symptomatic in patients with various forms of vascular pathology of the brain but primary headaches are much more common. Secondary headaches in acute cerebrovascular accidents may be the first symptom, and in some cases, a risk factor or complication of stroke. In chronic cerebrovascular diseases, headache may be the predominant symptom in the early stages and resolve in the later stages of the disease. At the same time, the severity, nature and course of headache cannot be considered as reliable signs of cerebrovascular disease. Meanwhile, the verification of the headache form is important from the point of view of determining the priorities of diagnosis and therapy.


G R Tabeeva. Headache and cerebrovascular diseases]. Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova. 2021;121(2):114-121

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