Pediatric headaches: what do the children want?
One hundred consecutive children (aged 3 to 17 years), drawn from primary care pediatric clinics, with a greater than 3-month history of headaches completed surveys to determine the type and associated features of their headache and to query their reasons for wanting to see a physician. Additionally, the children were asked to draw pictures of how they felt when they had a headache to assess their nonverbal perceptions. Over 90% of the headaches were migrainous (65% common, 23% classic, 5% basilar). The children wanted three answers from the physician: what was the cause of their headache, what would make it better, and reassurance that they had no life-threatening illness. Furthermore, 33% of the children's illustrations disclosed depressive features of helplessness, frustration, and anger. Over 20% of the adolescents depicted themselves as dead, dying, or about to be killed by their headache.
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- DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1526-4610.1996.3604224.x
- OCLC ECO : 저널
- Blackwell Publishing_STM : 저널 > 논문
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