Migraine & Cluster Headaches Resources
Migraine is a chronic neurologic disease characterized by attacks of throbbing, often unilateral pain that are exacerbated by physical activity and associated with photophobia, phonophobia, nausea, vomiting, and, in many patients, cutaneous allodynia.1 Cluster headache is less common, but the most prevalent in the category of headache disorder termed trigeminal autonomic cephalalgia. Cluster headaches are characterized by the short duration, they are strictly unilateral and have accompanying autonomic features of lacrimation, rhinorrhea, conjunctival injection and ptosis.2 AMCP is pleased to offer these resources to you from our Market Insights Summit on Migraine and Cluster Headaches.
AMCP Market Insights Summit: Migraine and Cluster Headaches
Summit on the Future Treatments in Migraine and Cluster Headaches Findings from the AMCP Market Insights Program
Future Treatments in Migraine and Cluster Headaches
1. The American Headache Society Position Statement on Integrating New Migraine Treatments into Clinical Practice. Headache. 2019;59:1-18
2. Ahmed F. Headache disorders: differentiating and managing the common subtypes. British Journal of Pain. 6(3):124-32.