Archives de catégorie : Peripheral Nervous System

The Mystery of chronic tension headache

This is the most common form of chronic headache (about 4 % of the world’s population), with, often, a negative impact on health and work. Unlike migraine, this headache affects equally women and men. It consists of (according to the … Continuer la lecture

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The mystery of moving toes without or with pain

This rare syndrome is still a mystery. Suddenly, the toes of one or both feet begin to move continuously. Different types of movements are described. The movements are often irregular and consist of flexion / extension, adduction / abduction, spacing … Continuer la lecture

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