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Table 1 Initial diagnosis of patients in the cohort, taking into account that some of them had more than one headache type (Table 2); CSF: Cerebrospinal fluid; aOne patient excluded, was diagnosed with dystonia

From: Trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias presenting in a multidisciplinary tertiary orofacial pain clinic

Initial diagnosisa Number of patients (%)
Possible TAC 62 (44%)
Migraine 38 (27%)
 Chronic migraine 27 (19%)
 Episodic migraine 11 (8%)
Painful post-traumatic trigeminal neuropathy 17 (12%)
Painful trigeminal neuropathy 7 (5%)
Trigeminal neuralgia 9 (6%)
Other: 9 (6%)
 Nummular headache 2 (1.5%)
 Primary stabbing headache 2 (1.5%)
 Hypnic headache 1 (0.5%)
 Burning mouth syndrome 1 (0.5%)
 Headache attributed to low CSF pressure 1 (0.5%)
 Posterior circulation stroke 1 (0.5%)
 Intermedius nerve neuralgia 1 (0.5%)