Pediatric Headaches in Clinical Practice is described on its back cover as “essential reading for primary care providers, pediatricians, physicians, nurse practitioners, and all those interested in the care of children with headache disorders.” While it contains a very thorough overview of the etiology, differential diagnosis, acute treatment, and chronic management of headaches in children, it is essentially a niche book that will appeal primarily to pediatric neurology residents and fellows who want to be sure that they understand how best to address this common complaint.
Rosen D. Pediatric Headaches in Clinical Practice. JAMA. 2009;302(23):2600–2603. doi:10.1001/jama.2009.1777
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