Educational intervention has proved to be effective in reducing drug abuse in uncomplicated medication-overuse headache (MOH). This ancillary of the SAMOHA multicentre study aimed to assess any differences in phenotypic characteristics, type and amount of drugs overused, and comorbidities between patients with MOH who responded to simple advice and those who did not.

Early management of patients with medication-overuse headache: results from a multicentre clinical study / Corbelli, I.; Sarchielli, P.; Eusebi, P.; Cupini, L. M.; Caproni, S.; Calabresi, P.; Pini, A.; Guerzoni, S.; Livrea, P.; Prudenzano, P.; Bernardi, G.; Diomedi, M.; Tedeschi, G.; Tessitore, A.; Russo, A.; Pisani, F.; Pisani, R.; Bono, G.; Zandrini, C.; Misaggi, G.; Di Piero, V.; Diclemente, L.; Squitieri, M.; Vicenzini, E.; Petolicchio, B.; Sandrini, G.; Allena, M.; Berlangeri, M.. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY. - ISSN 1351-5101. - 25:8(2018), pp. 1027-1033. [10.1111/ene.13632]

Early management of patients with medication-overuse headache: results from a multicentre clinical study

Di Piero V.;Vicenzini E.;Petolicchio B.;
2018

Abstract

Educational intervention has proved to be effective in reducing drug abuse in uncomplicated medication-overuse headache (MOH). This ancillary of the SAMOHA multicentre study aimed to assess any differences in phenotypic characteristics, type and amount of drugs overused, and comorbidities between patients with MOH who responded to simple advice and those who did not.
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