Find Your Board CEU Requirements & Accreditations:
Return to Course List

Etiology And Diagnosis Of Migraine Types - Migraine Pain

Author: Jassin M. Jouria, MD
(Click author's name for bio)

CE: 3 hours
Rated 4.7 out of 5.0 based on 1189 reviews

Course Summary

While the common headache does not usually drive a patient to seek medical attention, migraine headaches often do. More than just a severe headache, a migraine headache is typically accompanied by intense pain and a sensitivity to light and sound that often results in nausea and vomiting. Providing relief from these headaches — through medication, lifestyle changes, or alternative therapies — is more than just a medical treatment; it frequently allows the patient a quality of life that would not exist without the treatment. This is the first in a four-part series on Migraine Pain.

Course Format

Homestudy

Course Syllabus

I.              Introduction
II.           Overview of Migraine Headache
1.   Prodrome Phase
2.   Aura Phase
3.   Headache Phase
4.   Postdrome Phase
III.        Migraine Types
1.   Hemiplegic Migraines
2.   Basilar Migraines
3.   Menstrual Migraines
4.   Abdominal Migraines
5.   Classic Migraines
6.   Common Migraines
IV.         Etiology of Migraine Pain
1.   Serotonin
2.   Pain Signals
V.            Risk Factors of Migraine Pain
1.   Family History
2.   Gender
3.   Age
VI.         Diagnosis of Migraine Pain
1.   Blood Testing
2.   Magnetic Resonance Imaging
3.   Computed Tomography Scan
4.   Lumbar Puncture
VII.       Summary

FAQs

Most of our courses will satisfy your CEU requirements. However, you can double check by using the search option at the top of this page.
You can download all the required materials above where it says "Preview the material"
No prerequisites are required for this course.
Yes. Once you read the material and complete the evaluation you can print your certificate right away from your "My Account" page.

How it Works

check

1. Confirm Your
Requirements.

read

2. Read the
Material.

done

4. Print Your
Certificate.