A 51 year old headmaster complains of continuous headache for 2 years

Question Number 0693

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A 51 year old headmaster complains of continuous headache for 2 years. The headache was felt behind his his right and left forehead as a painful tightening pressure of mild to moderate intensity. Routine physical activities do not worsen the headache. He was never nauseated nor unduly sensitive to light or noise, but he was more irritable than usual and slept poorly when he had this pain. A likely diagnosis is

a) migraine
b) cluster headache
c) trigeminal neuralgia
d) sub-arachnoid hemorrhage
e) tension headache


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