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Table 2 Headache diagnoses

From: The headache registry of the German Migraine and Headache Society (DMKG): baseline data of the first 1,351 patients

  ICHD-3 diagnosis Number of patients (%)
Migraine without aura 1.1 692 (51.2%)
Chronic migraine 1.3 365 (27.0%)
Migraine with aura 1.2 363 (26.9%)
Medication overuse headache 8.2 64 (4.7%)
Chronic tension-type headache 2.3 54 (4.0%)
Episodic tension-type headache 2.1/2.2 50 (3.7%)
(Probable) new daily persistent headache 4.10 22 (1.6%)
Cluster headache 3.1 14 (1.0%)
  1. Diagnoses were not mutually exclusive, some (n = 309) participants received more than 1 (up to 4) diagnoses. Only diagnoses assigned to 10 or more participants are included in the Table. Migraine with aura also included: Typical aura without headache (n = 8), hemiplegic migraine (3) and migraine with brainstem aura (3). Other diagnoses under 10 occurrences included: Probable migraine without aura/with aura (n = 6/4), probable tension-type headache chronic/episodic (8/2), status migrainosus (8), (probable) hemicrania continua (6), persistent idiopathic facial pain (4), (probable) vestibular migraine (4), trigeminal neuralgia (3), (probable) primary stabbing headache (3), headache attributed to temporomandibular disorder (2), (probable) primary exercise headache (2), visual snow (2), painful trigeminal neuropathy (2), paroxysmal hemicrania (1), hypnic headache (1), persistent headache attributed to past non-traumatic intracranial haemorrhage (1),probable occipital neuralgia (1), probable cervicogenic headache (1), probable retinal migraine (1), probable nummular headache (1)