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What Do I Do Next? 37 Year Old Woman with Headache

Mike Weinstock, MD and Greg Henry, MD
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Mike and Greg Henry break down the differential diagnostic possibilities with complaint of headache.

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Zane P. -

Hey I think you guys uploaded the Primary Care Rap Summary in the UC download section. I was trying to follow along and was super confused until I saw the Title of the January section, haha.

Mike W., MD -

Thx for letting us know. this is now fixed!

Ruth D. -

With the new research on non fatal strangulation, there are at least 7 case studies of women 27-50 years old with strokes weeks to up to 1 year following a strangulation injury, with no prior history of vascular disease. I wonder if this woman was asked about neck trauma including "choking". Non fatal strangulation should be considered with any patient presenting with neurological deficit under the age of 50.

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