Botulinum toxin A was associated with a greater reduction in average headache severity than methylprednisolone in a single trial among patients experiencing chronic tension-type headaches (-2.
What does CTTH stand for?
CTTH stands for Chronic Tension-Type Headache
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- Counter Terrorism Task Force (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation; Singapore)
- County Transportation Trust Fund (Florida)
- Chinese Taipei Track and Field Association
- Cape Town Travel Guide (South Africa)
- Club de Tennis de Table Gessien (French table tennis club)
- Co-operative Travel Trading Group
- Common Transport Trunk Group (Southwestern Bell Telephone Company)
- Cradle to the Grave (band)
- Chronic Type Tension Headache
- Closer to the Heart (Rush song)
- Closest Thing to Heaven (Tears for Fears album)
- Commanders Tactical Terminal Hybrid
- Copper To The Home
- Canadian Technical Trades Institute (Surrey, British Columbia, Canada)
- Center for Technology Transfer and Integration
- Central Texas Telephone Investments, Inc. (aka Central Texas Telephone Cooperative; Goldthwaite, TX)
- Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative
- Cooling Tower Technologies Inc. (White Castle, LA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Studies have suggested a link between low vitamin D levels and migraine or chronic tension-type headache in adults, but this may be the first study to assess this association in children and adolescents.
Treatment of chronic tension-type headache with botulinum toxin A: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled multicenter study.
Effect of guided imagery on quality of life for patients with chronic tension-type headache," Headache, 1999.
Previously, chronic daily headache was defined as a chronic tension-type headache with or without migraine; that led to confusion for clinicians, said committee member Dr.
ANTIDEPRESSANT MEDICATIONS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT THERAPY ARE MODESTLY EFFECTIVE IN TREATING CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHES Holroyd KA, O'Donnell FJ, Stensland M, et al: Management of chronic tension--type headache with tricyclic antidepressant medication, stress management therapy, and their combination.
In chronic tension-type headache, nerve blocks, acupressure or acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage may be helpful.
He identified nighttime jaw clenching, a form of a condition called bruxism, as the primary cause of chronic tension-type headaches.