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What are the symptoms of a vascular headache?
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
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In brief: Vascular headache
A vascular headache is an outdated definition to describe certain types of headache which were thought to be related to blood vessel dilation or contraction.
See your PCP for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.

In brief: Vascular headache
A vascular headache is an outdated definition to describe certain types of headache which were thought to be related to blood vessel dilation or contraction.
See your PCP for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. Victor Bello
Ophthalmology
In brief: Vascular headaches
Headaches occur because of the dilatation of the cerebral arteries.
Precluding, dimishing or shortening the duration of this vasodilation will have a beneficial effect on the headache. Most varieties of ha are vascular in nature, including migranes. There is a phase of vasoconstriction . Here, symptoms, visual, auditory and olfactory may occur.

In brief: Vascular headaches
Headaches occur because of the dilatation of the cerebral arteries.
Precluding, dimishing or shortening the duration of this vasodilation will have a beneficial effect on the headache. Most varieties of ha are vascular in nature, including migranes. There is a phase of vasoconstriction . Here, symptoms, visual, auditory and olfactory may occur.
Dr. Victor Bello
Dr. Victor Bello
Thank
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