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View Dr Nick Silver's talk LSE Summer Conference 2023

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#1 Mon, 16/10/2023 - 17:28
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View Dr Nick Silver's talk LSE Summer Conference 2023

Nothing equals being at a conference in person, mixing with the experts, meeting up with friends and making new ones. However, not everyone could make it to our Summer Conference so we hope you'll enjoy this video of the very interesting talk given by Dr Nick Silver in July at the OUCH (UK) Summer Conference 2023 at the London School of Economics. The talk is about the current clinical picture of cluster headaches and treatment.

https://youtu.be/Yj5Uz7o0XmI?feature=shared

Dr Silver is a Consultant Neurologist at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool. We thank Dr Silver and hope you enjoy the talk!

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Trustees of OUCH (UK)

 

Dorothy (Trustee)

Tue, 24/10/2023 - 09:45
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Thank you very much for making this presentation available. I have found it really informative.

I suspect you already know that the last couple of minutes have been cut off.

It has left me with a cliff hanger moment - the presentation started with a slide asking which of the four patients might have cluster headaches.  I am assuming the answer was at the end of the presentation.

If it is at all possible please can we get the ending of the presentation or at least the answer to the question posed at the start?

Thank you!

Wed, 08/11/2023 - 20:59 (Reply to #2)
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Dear Audrey, thanks for your response and sorry for the slightly delayed response. The answer to Nick's question is actually that all the patients he described had cluster headache. Illustrates the challenges of diagnosis and the variety of symptoms, although many of them are quite distinctive. Thanks.

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