Head, Face, and Neck Pain Science, Evaluation, and Management: An Interdisciplinary Approach / Edition 1

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Overview

The most comprehensive guide ever created for head, face, and neck (HFN) pain, this multi-author book offers the very latest research and therapeutic information on this important and hugely interdisciplinary topic. A unique professional reference, it is also easy to use as a textbook within diverse educational institutions and programs. Content adheres strictly to the latest established guidelines for pain management in the medical and dental professions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470049952
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/10/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 748
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Noshir Mehta is Professor of Dentistry at Tufts UniversitySchool of Dental Medicine, where he is also Chairperson of GeneralDentistry and Director of the Tufts Craniofacial Pain Center. Dr.Mehta is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain and isa world authority on HFN pain.

George Maloney is an Assistant Clinical Professor atTufts University School of Dental Medicine and on the faculty ofthe Tufts Craniofacial Pain Center. Dr. Maloney was the recent pastChair of the Special Interest Section in TMD, Cervical Spinal andOrofacial Pain of the American Headache Society. Dr. Maloney iscertified in medical acupuncture from UCLA and has a master'sdegree in Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture. Dr. Maloney is aDiplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain.

Dhirendra S. Bana is a Diplomate of The American Board ofInternal Medicine and Diplomate of the American Board of Nephrologyand Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He is anInstructor in Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine,Boston, MA; Senior Attending with the Headache Research Foundationand the John P. Graham Headache Center from 1973-1995, where he wasdirector of Headache Research; Senior Attending at the Headache andPain Center at Faulkner Hospital and Assistant Staff at TheCraniofacial Pain Center at Tufts University. He is currentlyDirector of the John R. Graham Headache Center at FaulknerHospital, Boston, Massachusetts.

Steven J. Scrivani is an oral surgeon and AssociateProfessor of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine at TheCraniofacial Pain Center. Previously, Dr. Scrivani was AssistantDirector of the Harvard/MGH Craniofacial Pain Clinic, and Directorof the Columbia/Cornell Center for Oral, Facial and Head Pain.

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Table of Contents

FOREWORD by Joel R. Saper xi

PREFACE xiii

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv

CONTRIBUTORS xvii

PART I BASIC CONCEPTS OF HEAD, FACE AND NECK PAIN
Edited by Ronald J. Kulich and Raymond J. Maciewicz

CHAPTER 1 HEAD, FACE AND NECK PAIN, SCIENCE, EVALUATION ANDMANAGEMENT—AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH 3
By Noshir R. Mehta and Steven J. Scrivani

CHAPTER 2 THE EXPERIENCE OF PAIN: PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT6
By Ana-Maria Vranceanu and Ronald J. Kulich

CHAPTER 3 PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN24
By Lainie Andrew

CHAPTER 4 PAIN, DISABILITY AND MEDICOLEGAL ISSUES 34
By Ronald J. Kulich and Ana-Maria Vranceanu

CHAPTER 5 STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF THE TRIGEMINALSYSTEM 43
By David Borsook, Eric Moulton, Steven J. Scrivani, AlexandreF.M. DaSilva, and Lino Becerra

CHAPTER 6 NEUROSTIMULATION FOR HEAD AND FACE PAIN 53
By Joshua M. Rosenow

PART II HEAD PAIN
Edited by Dhirendra S. Bana and Elizabeth Loder

CHAPTER 7 HEADACHE—THE BEGINNINGS 67
By John G. Edmeads

CHAPTER 8 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HEADACHE 74
By Fred D. Sheftell and Marcelo E. Bigal

CHAPTER 9 CLASSIFICATION OF HEADACHE 87
By Morris Levin

CHAPTER 10 MIGRAINE 108
By Juna M. de Vries and Egilius L.H. Spierings

CHAPTER 11 TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE AND MYOFASCIAL PAIN 131
By Dhirendra S. Bana and George E. Maloney

CHAPTER 12 TRIGEMINAL AUTONOMIC CEPHALALGIAS 150
By Todd D. Rozen

CHAPTER 13 POST-TRAUMATIC HEADACHE 172
By Brian E. McGeeney

CHAPTER 14 SECONDARY HEADACHE DISORDERS 181
By Marshall C. Freeman and James U. Adelman

CHAPTER 15 FACIAL STRUCTURES AND HEADACHE: EYE, EAR, NOSESINUSES AND TEETH 200
By Marlind Alan Stiles and Basem T. Jamal

CHAPTER 16 JAW DYSFUNCTION AND HEADACHE 222
By Silvia Lobo Lobo and Noshir R. Mehta

CHAPTER 17 SLEEP DISORDERS AND HEADACHE 237
By Jeanetta C. Rains and David M. Biondi

CHAPTER 18 SUBSTANCE USE AND HEADACHE 258
By Jonathan M. Borkum

CHAPTER 19 CHRONIC DAILY HEADACHE 272
By Christina Sun-Edelstein and Alan M. Rapoport

CHAPTER 20 PRIMARY HEADACHE DISORDERS IN WOMEN 302
By Elizabeth Loder

PART III FACIAL PAIN
Edited by David A. Keith and Steven J. Scrivani

CHAPTER 21 PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC OROFACIAL PAIN DISORDERS315
By Glenn T. Clark and Piedad Suarez

CHAPTER 22 TOOTH RELATED PAIN 330
By Gunnar Hasselgren, Daniel Green, and Steven J.Scrivani

CHAPTER 23 ORAL MEDICINE, ORAL PATHOLOGY AND FACIAL PAIN343
By David A. Sirois

CHAPTER 24 MASTICATORY MYOFASCIAL PAIN DISORDERS 359
By James R. Fricton

CHAPTER 25 TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDERS 381
By David A. Keith and Jeffry Shaefer

CHAPTER 26 MAXILLOFACIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND FACIAL PAIN 435
By Emad F. Abdallah and Noshir R. Mehta

CHAPTER 27 NEUROPATHIC OROFACIAL PAIN 455
By Alexandre F.M. DaSilva, Martin Acquadro, and DonBivins

CHAPTER 28 TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA 465
By Steven J. Scrivani, Raymond J. Maciewicz, and Ernest S.Mathews

CHAPTER 29 DISORDERS DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF VARIOUS ORALMOTOR DISORDERS 511
By Glenn T. Clark and Saravanan Ram

PART IV NECK PAIN
Edited by Joseph F. Audette and Steven Stanos

CHAPTER 30 POST-TRAUMATIC NECK PAIN 531
By Vikram Patel

CHAPTER 31 CERVICAL DISC DISORDERS 550
By Michael Weinberger

CHAPTER 32 MYOFASCIAL NECK PAIN DISORDERS 558
By Robert Burns and Salahadin Abdi

CHAPTER 33 RHEUMATIC AND ARTHRITIC DISORDERS 576
By Padma Gulur and Milan P. Stojanovic

CHAPTER 34 EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF CERVICOGENIC HEADACHE589
By David M. Biondi and Zahid H. Bajwa

CHAPTER 35 NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS 599
By Marketa van den Elzen and Lisa Stroud Krivickas

CHAPTER 36 VASCULAR CAUSES OF NECK PAIN 628
By Andy Stadler and Joshua M. Rosenow

CHAPTER 37 JAW DYSFUNCTION AND NECK PAIN 640
By Caroline Ceneviz and Noshir R. Mehta

APPENDIXES CURRENT ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGEGUIDELINES FOR PAIN

APPENDIX 1 EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES FOR MIGRAINE HEADACHE:OVERVIEW OF PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND METHODOLOGY 659

APPENDIX 2 EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES IN THE PRIMARY CARESETTING: NEUROIMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH NONACUTE HEADACHE 664

APPENDIX 3 EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES FOR MIGRAINE HEADACHE INTHE PRIMARY CARE SETTING: PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF ACUTEATTACKS 668

APPENDIX 4 EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES FOR MIGRAINE HEADACHE:BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSICAL TREATMENTS 675

APPENDIX 5 EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES IN THE PRIMARY CARESETTING: PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT FOR PREVENTION OF MIGRAINE681

INDEX 691

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