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  • Vincenzo Raieli

    Prominent publications by Vincenzo Raieli

    KOL Index score: 9884

    The objective was to determine the frequency of headache subtypes, according to International Headache Society (IHS) criteria, in a population of children below 6 years visiting a Center for Diagnosis and Treatment of Headache in Youth. Medical records of the children below 6 years at their first visit, admitted for headache between 1997 and 2003, were studied. Headache was classified according to the IHS criteria 2004. Children with less than three headache attacks or less than 15 days ...

    Also Ranks for: 6 Years |  children headache |  ihs criteria |  male migraine |  medical records
    KOL Index score: 8595

    The operational and diagnostic criteria for migraine and all other headache disorders released in 1988 by the International Headache Society are universally considered reliable and exhaustive. These criteria, however, cannot be considered as satisfactory for population-based studies on migraine prevalence, especially if adolescents are the subjects of the study. Using these diagnostic criteria, we conducted an epidemiological study in order to assess the prevalence of migraine headache ...

    Also Ranks for: Migraine Headache |  classification criteria |  ihs 17 |  disorders prevalence |  epidemiological study
    KOL Index score: 7596

    The frequency of cranial autonomic symptoms in children affected by primary headaches is uncertain. The aim of our study was to estimate the frequency of symptoms in pediatric headaches and correlate it with main migraine characteristics. A questionnaire investigating the presence of cranial autonomic symptoms was administered to all children with primary headache for 2 years. A total of 230 children with primary headache (105 males, 125 females) were included. Two hundred two children ...

    Also Ranks for: Cranial Autonomic Symptoms |  children migraine |  primary headaches |  study frequency |  child female
    KOL Index score: 7487

    We assessed the prevalence of migraine headaches in an epidemiological survey of an 11 to 14-year-old student population. Migraine headaches were classified on the basis of questionnaires and neurological examination using the operational diagnostic criteria of the International Headache Society. Prevalence of migraine without aura (IHS code 1.1) was 2.35%; that of migraine with aura (IHS code 1.2) was 0.62%. Migraine without aura was equally distributed among males and females, whereas ...

    Also Ranks for: Migraine Headaches |  ihs code |  neurological examination |  epidemiological survey |  child female
    KOL Index score: 6785

    BACKGROUND: Osmophobia is frequent in children with migraine (20-35%) but can also occur in up to 14% of cases with tension-type headache (TTH). So far, the prognostic role of this symptom in children with primary headaches has never been evaluated.

    METHODS: A longitudinal prospective study was conducted on 90 young patients with TTH (37 with osmophobia, 53 without osmophobia). We evaluated whether osmophobia could predict the diagnosis transformation from TTH to migraine after a 3-year ...

    Also Ranks for: Children Migraine |  osmophobia tth |  primary headaches |  type headache |  olfaction disorders
    KOL Index score: 6552

    AIM: Migraines in children younger than 7 years of age have received limited attention in the published literature. The aim of this study is to describe the characteristics of migraine phenotypes in children younger than 7 years, and to compare them with migraines in children older than 7 years of age.

    METHOD: We reviewed all standard clinical files, collected over 4 years, related to children with a diagnosis of primary headache. We included all children younger than 7 years diagnosed ...

    Also Ranks for: Children Migraine |  7 years |  younger age |  factors child |  preschool female
    KOL Index score: 6205

    AIM: The purpose of this retrospective multicenter study was to evaluate the use and the self-perceived efficacy and tolerability of pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments in children and adolescents with primary headaches.

    METHODS: Study of a cohort of children and adolescents diagnosed with primary headache, consecutively referred to 13 juvenile Italian Headache Centers. An ad hoc questionnaire was used for clinical data collection.

    RESULTS: Among 706 patients with primary ...

    Also Ranks for: Primary Headaches |  children adolescents |  tensiontype headache |  pharmacological treatments |  migraine disorders
    KOL Index score: 6020

    OBJECTIVE: The present Italian multicenter study aimed at investigating whether the course of primary headache disorders in children and adolescents was changed during the lockdown necessary to contain the COVID-19 emergency in Italy.

    METHODS: During the lockdown, we submitted an online questionnaire to patients already diagnosed with primary headache disorders. Questions explored the course of headache, daily habits, psychological factors related to COVID-19, general mood and school ...

    Also Ranks for: Children Adolescents |  headache intensity |  psychological factors |  covid19 emergency |  social isolation
    KOL Index score: 5855

    BACKGROUND: Headache is a frequent occurrence among children and adolescents, and one of the most common causes of medical consultation. While serious conditions presenting headache as the chief complaint are not common in the pediatric population, enormous sums are invested to perform very expensive and often unnecessary diagnostic investigations. Pediatricians should adopt a flexible and diversified diagnostic/therapeutic approach and, at the same time, should not forget to take into ...

    Also Ranks for: Expectations Consultation |  attitudes practice humans |  symptomatic treatment |  female headache |  diagnostic therapeutic
    KOL Index score: 5142

    AIMS: This study was planned to investigate the diagnostic utility of osmophobia as criterion for migraine without aura (MO) as proposed in the Appendix (A1.1) of the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-II, 2004).

    METHODS: We analysed 1020 patients presenting at 10 Italian juvenile headache centres, 622 affected by migraine (M) and 328 by tension-type headache (TTH); 70 were affected by headache not elsewhere classified (NEC) in ICHD-II. By using a semi-structured ...

    Also Ranks for: International Classification |  migraine aura |  headache disorders |  diagnostic utility |  juvenile patients
    KOL Index score: 4909

    BackgroundTo investigate the genetic and environmental factors responsible for phenotype variability in a family carrying a novel CACNA1A missense mutation. Mutations in the CACNA1A gene were identified as responsible for at least three autosomal dominant disorders: FHM1 (Familial Hemiplegic Migraine), EA2 (Episodic Ataxia type 2), and SCA6 (Spinocerebellar Ataxia type 6). Overlapping clinical features within individuals of some families sharing the same CACNA1A mutation are not ...

    Also Ranks for: Hemiplegic Migraine |  episodic ataxia type |  aura mutation |  cacna1a gene |  developmental delay
    KOL Index score: 4753

    BACKGROUND: There are only 2 small sample studies investigating allodynia in the pediatric population. The aim of this study was to evaluate the frequency of allodynia during cephalalgic attacks in a juvenile population with primary headaches and its association with other symptoms of migraine.

    METHODS: We reviewed all medical records of patients with primary headache consecutively seen during a 2-year period. Frequency of allodynia was evaluated, by means of a questionnaire, consisting ...

    Also Ranks for: Primary Headache |  pediatric population |  migraine attack |  retrospective studies |  association allodynia
    KOL Index score: 4580

    Transient topographical amnesia (TTA) is the temporary inability to find one's way in familiar or unfamiliar surroundings due to the inability to use well known environmental landmarks for route finding. The syndrome has not been described as having any obvious aetiology and has been thought to be caused by a vascular deficit in right hemispheric structures which are crucial for topographic recognition, i.e. parietal association and parahippocampal cortex. The patient described in the ...

    Also Ranks for: Cingulate Cortex |  topographical amnesia |  magnetic resonance |  parahippocampal cortices |  neuropsychological assessment
    KOL Index score: 4057

    BACKGROUND: Previous studies have suggested a relationship between 'red ear syndrome' (RES) and pediatric migraine. Aims of this study were (i) to assess the frequency, specificity and sensitivity of RES in a population of pediatric migraineurs and (ii) to establish the pathophysiological mechanisms of RES associated with migraine.

    METHODS AND RESULTS: A total of 226 children suffering from headache (aged 4-17 years) were enrolled. One hundred and seventy-two (76.4%) were affected by ...

    Also Ranks for: Ear Syndrome |  primary headaches |  res migraine |  disorders prevalence |  diseases female


    Vincenzo Raieli: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which Vincenzo Raieli is among the top experts in the world.
    Concept World rank
    frequencies clinical phenotypes #1
    74 files #1
    platform 37 #1
    7 years migraines #1
    frequencies migraine features #1
    italy online systems #1
    platform 37 users #1
    migraine phenotypes children #1
    aim migraines #1
    standard clinical files #1
    migraine older children #1
    standard updating courses #1
    launch 316 files #1
    37 users year #1
    226 children suffering #2
    ihs criteria children #2
    primary headaches res #2
    res male gender #2
    res pediatric #2
    headaches res #2
    male smartphone usercomputer #2
    vomiting male gender #2
    inservice training italian #2
    gender throbbing #2
    res pediatric migraine #2
    seventytwo 764 #2
    italian female headache #2
    4year italian experience #2
    seizuretriggered migraine #3
    143 remitted #3
    1989 epidemiological survey #3
    migraine trochlear migraine #3
    111 mwoa #3
    thirtytwo 64 subjects #3
    pathophysiology res #3
    clinical migraine attacks #3
    years migraines #3
    migraineous disorder #3
    student populationbased study #3
    143 md #3
    allodynia pediatric #3
    mwoa md #3
    md mwoa #3
    persisted 143 #3
    mwao #3
    hnc persisted #3
    adult headache application #3
    treatment pediatric headaches #3
    converted md #3
    pediatric trochlear migraine #3

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    Vincenzo Raieli:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichVincenzo Raielihas direct influence:Primary headaches,  Migraine headaches,  Ear syndrome,  Cranial autonomic symptoms,  Trochlear migraine,  6 years,  Children migraine,  Primary headache.

    Vincenzo Raieli:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Vincenzo Raieli has influence:Ear syndrome,  Pediatric migraine,  Primary headaches,  Headache disorders,  Children adolescents,  International classification.



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