Tag Archives: Headache

Thunderclap headache: The “worst headache of my life” – Harvard Health Blog – Harvard Health

Not all headache disorders are the same. An excruciating, sudden-onset headache known as thunderclap headache (TCH) is a medical emergency, very different from more common headache disorders such as migraine and tension headache. If you develop TCH, you should call 911 or immediately go to the closest hospital. TCH is associated with a variety of… Read More »

Lilly’s scored its cluster headache nod for Emgality. Will it shake up the CGRP race? – FiercePharma

Eli Lilly’s Emgality didn’t just hit the next-generation migraine market in third place behind Amgen and Novartis’ Aimovig and Teva’s Ajovy. It’s been trailing its CGRP rivals in early sales results, too. But now, Emgality is alone in boasting a cluster headache approval.  Tuesday, the FDA approved Emgality to treat patients with cluster headache during a… Read More »

Efficacy of Headache Treatment Using Radiofrequency Ablation – Neurology Advisor

Despite the availability of therapies, many headache syndromes remain refractory to symptomatic treatment, achieving incomplete resolution of pain, and patients with chronic headaches often pursue nonpharmacologic treatments in hopes of achieving a greater duration of pain relief. Evolving therapies for headache, therefore, have recently focused on intervening in the neuronal mechanism of many forms of… Read More »