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Differential Diagnosis of Headaches 

Many TMJ/MSD patients will have a history of chronic reoccurring headaches. These headaches can be classified as tension, migraine (vascular), or neurologic (CNS or peripheral tumor, neuromas, etc.) We must caution that it is extremely difficult to clinically differentiate tension headaches from the “ordinary” migraine and these two compromise the largest group of headache episodes.


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