Dr. Barrett, who is also an ACP Well-being Champion, and coauthors Ariel Brown, PhD, a Massachusetts-based psychiatry and neurology researcher, and Daniel Saddawi-Konefka, MD, MBA, program director of
and then we refer them back to our internist or neurology colleagues to manage the migraine.”.
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Starling, MD. Dr. Starling, an assistant professor of neurology at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, reviewed these red flags and some urgent causes of headache during the Mayo Clinic Hospital Medicine 2017
What the heck is causing that?” asked Lon Schneider, MD, a member of the Lancet commission and professor of psychiatry, neurology, and gerontology at the Keck School of Medicine at the
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