Indication and patient selection for invasive peripheral occipital nerve stimulation in chronic refractory headache syndromes

D. Rasche & V.M. Tronnier
Objective: The current treatments of chronic headache syndromes (CHS) are conservative and pharmacological, accompanied by psychological and behavioural therapies. A certain percentage of patients remains refractory or suffers from major medication side effects. The significance of subcutaneous peripheral[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]