Headache is a leading complaint that is the reason for referral to a physician in our society and has a high lifetime risk. Headaches should be distinguished as headaches that occur in attacks or that are chronic. The most common forms of headache are migraine and tension type headache. In addition, it is not uncommon for different forms of headache to be found simultaneously. According to the patient’s complaints, anamnesis or when the neurologist deems necessary, imaging methods such as MRI or CT are used to diagnose the patients and their treatment is regulated.
The information on this page has been prepared by the Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology Hospital Medical Team.