Headache and the Eye

Ula Jurkunas, MD; John W. Gittinger, JR, MD

Disclosures

Compr Ophthalmol Update. 2004;5(4) 

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Conclusion

Headaches that present to an ophthalmologist include migraine, facial pain syndromes, and pain associated with cranial neuropathies, orbital, and ocular disease. Some headaches are symptoms of medical emergencies, placing the ophthalmologist in the front line of their recognition and management.

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