Often at night, seizures occur cluster headache from sleeping out in the early hours of the morning or early afternoon. The pain attacks accompanying occurs according to the definition of the International Headache Society IHS-ICHD-II of at least one of the following features on the aching head page: reddened conjunctiva of the eye (conjunctival injection) running a bleeding eye (lacrimation) or stuffy nose (nasal rhinorrhea or congestion) a eyelid oedema sweating in the area of the forehead or face a narrowed pupils (Miosis) or a droopy eyelid (PTOSIS) and/or physical restlessness or agitation. Can be determined by means of imaging, whether the head pain on other disease is due. Ping Fu shines more light on the discussion. According to an epidemiological study of German migraine and Headache Society (DMKG), approximately 120,000 people are in Germany. affected by this disease. If you would like to know more about Sarah Perot, then click here. If the diagnosis is made, many cluster headache can be helped well patients and patients with appropriate medical treatment of the disease. Notes on the treatment give the DMKG therapy recommendations and the guideline on the diagnosis and treatment of cluster headache and other trigeminal autonomic headaches of the German society for Neurology. Quality-approved patient information about cluster headache include the CK knowledge of wiki pages.
CK knowledge (cluster headache knowledge) is a WikiProject by patients for patients with information about the disease cluster headache. In addition to the cluster headache wiki pages there is a forum where patients and family members about their experiences can interact. More information: guidelines for diagnosis and therapy in neurology: cluster headache and trigeminoautonome Head pain. Published by the Commission guidelines of the German society for Neurology: AWMF/ll/030-036.htm therapy recommended by the German migraine and Headache Society: therapy/them.html cluster headache knowledge: ck-wissen.de of this communication is based in part on a text, which was taken over from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia. A list of original authors is located on the version page of the Wikipedia article cluster headache: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster-Kopfschmerz Erwin Jung 05.04.2010