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Table 1 Clinical manifestations of cardiac cephalalgia headache

From: Cardiac cephalalgia: one case with cortical hypoperfusion in headaches and literature review

A. Sexual characteristic
 M/F 21/14
B. Triggers
 Expertise/Sexual/Emotion 18
 None 6
 Not mentioned 11
C. Side of headache
 Right 3
 Left 2
 Bilateral 16
 Not mentioned 14
D. Regions of headache
 Occipital 16
 Vertex 6
 Frontal 7
 Temporal 5
 Parietal 3
 Other Regionsa  
E. Quality of headache
 Shooting 4
 Bursting 4
 Sharp 5
 Dull 6
 Squeezing 2
 Pulsating 2
 Not mentioned 16
F. Intensity of headache
 33 cases presented severe intensity. 2 cases presented mild or moderate  
G. Associations with headache
 Nausea or Vomiting 10
 Sonophobia 1
 Photophobia 1
 Sweating 5
 Dizziness 2
 Other Associationsb  
 Without 21
  1. Other Regionsa:2 cases radiate to shoulders. 2 case presented full head pain. 1case presented right eyeball pain. 1 case had not mentioned
  2. Other Associationsb:1 case associated with Confusion, agitation