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    unruptured intracranial aneurysms are potential candidates for chronic headache

    Dear Editor,

    Although chronic daily headache is considered by some neurologists to be one of the least engaging parts of their job(1), the author, nevertheless did remarkable justice to the topic in his review(1). Among the recent developments in the evaluation of chronic headache, ranging from headaches which occured daily to headaches occuring 2 to 3 times a month, was a retrospective analysis of symptom outcome...

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