Headache – Grechko

In this post, we will see the book Headache by V. E. Grechko.

About the book

The booklet discusses the headache which is among the most prevalent symptoms marking different pathological conditions of the body. It shows how headaches may develop in healthy subjects and in those afflicted with different diseases.
The causes for headaches, the mechanisms by which they de­velop, the features of the var­ious types of headaches, and the basic principles of headache prophylaxis and elimination are reviewed. Medical recommendations for patients suffering from headache are given. The booklet is intended for a wide spectrum of general read­ers.

The book was translated from Russian by Nina Abdurakhmanova and was published in 1986 by Mir Publishers.

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Contents

Introduction 6
Some Data About Pain in General and Sensitivity to Pain in the Head 10
When Does a Headache Afflict Healthy People? 27
Headache as a Symptom of Different Diseases 48
Cardiovascular Diseases 49
Abnormality in the Functions of the Endocrine Glands 76
Brain Injuries 78
Inflammatory Diseases 83
Poisoning 100
Visual Abnormalities and Eye Diseases 104
Brain Tumours 103
Cervical Osteochondrosis 104
Neuroses 116
Conclusion 120

 

 

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