by Christina Sun‑Edelstein, Alan M. Rapoport, Wanakorn Rattanawong, and Anan Srikiatkhachorn
The review outlines the progression of medication-overuse headaches, and the evolution of the diagnostic criteria, and treatment options.
Medication overuse develops because of the frequent use of headache medication by a person with a primary headache disorder. Most migraineurs who overuse medications develop an MOH with increased headache frequency, poor response to acute and preventative treatments, and more disability.
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Our goal is to assist healthcare providers to achieve diagnostic accuracy, pre-consultation and to provide an evidence-based treatment roadmap and tools to track patient progress and promote patient adherence.
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