Identify the Type of Migraine or Headache!

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Question 1 of 10

The diagnosis of this type of Migraine or headache is often marked by one-sided temporary paralysis or motor weakness.

  • Aa. Cluster headache
  • Bb. Basilar-Type Migraine
  • Cc. Hemiplegic Migraine

Question 2 of 10

The most common form of Migraine.

  • Aa. Migraine with aura
  • Bb. Migraine without aura
  • Cc. Abdominal Migraine

Question 3 of 10

Experienced at some time by approximately 80% of the population, this pain is bilateral and often described as a vise or band around the head.

  • Aa. New Daily Persistent Headache
  • Bb. Chronic Daily Headache
  • Cc. Tension-Type Headache

Question 4 of 10

Characterized by repeated attacks of visual disturbances preceding the headache phase of the Migraine attacks, often including temporary monocular (in one eye) blindness.

  • Aa. Retinal Migraine
  • Bb. Migraine With Aura
  • Cc. Acephalgic Migraine

Question 5 of 10

Most often seen in children ages 5-9, but can occur in adults as well. Marked by abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.

  • Aa. Sinus Headache
  • Bb. Abdominal Migraine
  • Cc. Migraine Without Aura

Question 6 of 10

Short, stabbing, extremely intense headaches that generally only last between five and 30 seconds.

  • Aa. Ice Pick Headaches
  • Bb. Cluster Headaches
  • Cc. New Daily Persistent Headache

Question 7 of 10

Any type of Migraine where no headache occurs, but the Migraineur still has the other symptoms.

  • Aa. Abdominal Migraine
  • Bb. Retinal Migraine
  • Cc. Acephalgic Migraine

Question 8 of 10

A persistent strictly unilateral headache responsive to indomethacin.

  • Aa. Tension-Type Headache
  • Bb. Hemicrania Continua
  • Cc. New Daily Persistent Headache

Question 9 of 10

Often said to be the most painful of all headaches, they have been described as "boring," tearing, burning," "like a hot poker in the eye," and as "suicide headaches.

  • Aa. New Daily Persistent Headache
  • Bb. Cluster Headaches
  • Cc. Ice Pick Headaches

Question 10 of 10

Marked by increasingly frequent attacks, eventually becoming daily less severe headaches punctuated by debilitating Migraine attacks.

  • Aa. Transformed Migraine
  • Bb. Chronic Daily Headache
  • Cc. Status Migrainousus.