Firstly, I have updated the tutorial timetable: please see 6th and 20th of June in particular!
I was askwed if we could go through headaches; that is fine.
- Check out Headache pdf and ppt presentations at Churack Chair website http://www.nd.edu.au/churack/education
- Review old exam questions
- Review FPM curriculum
- There will be a headache and orofacial pain symposium at SJOG Subiaco on 6 June 2017-see tutorial timetable.
|FPM curriculum 3.7 Headache and orofacial pain Headache, facial and dental pain are among the most common pain disorders. Almost half of the adult population have headache at least once a year. Headache disorders are associated with the major personal and societal burdens of pain and disability. Only a minority of people with headache disorders are appropriately diagnosed; headache is an underestimated and undertreated problem throughout the world. More than 10 per cent of people have migraine, while medication overuse headache may affect up to 5 per cent of some populations. A number of specific headache and facial pain disorders may be identified based on careful clinical assessment.|
- What is the definition of chronic daily headache. What does the IHS say?
- What are the elements of a headache-focused focus POPE (long case prep)?
- Apply the T.I.N.T mnemonic to red flags for headache
- List the main pain sensitive structures in the head and neck
- What is the role of the V-C2/3 nucleus?
- List the four main types of CDH according to IHS
- What are the main causes of CDH?
- Discuss medication overuse headache
- How should we treat MOH (inpatient, outpatient)
- Discuss migraine prophylaxis
- Discuss cluster headache and TACs
- Discuss cervicogenic headache and post head-trauma headache