Published in Medical Imaging Week, March 29th, 2008
"A patient with CEH-like symptoms occurring as a result of nasopharyngeal cancer invasion is reported. A 77-year-old man was admitted to the anesthesiology department (pain unit) with a 3-month history of severe unilateral headache. The headache began in the right part of the neck and spread to the right fronto-orbital region and was always unilateral. There was no history of neck trauma, and the headache did not increase with neck movement....
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