Cranial Nerve Stimulator For Cluster Headaches

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In rare cases, surgical intervention may be considered for patients with chronic cluster headaches that do not respond to other treatments. Patients whose headaches have not gone into remission for at least a year may also be candidates for surgery. Most surgical approaches for cluster headache are still considered experimental, having been tested only on a relatively small number of patients. Surgery has shown limited success and can have distressing side effects. However, some surgical...

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Learn the role that the trigeminal nerve plays in causing cluster headaches in this diagram... Read more »