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  • Elicit key features of the history, including activities at time of onset, whether there is a change in the quality of a chronic headache, or if there are any new symptoms that might not be routinely disclosed by the patient, such as the presence of dysgeusia or pulsatile tinnitus.
  • In all patients with headache or neck pain, perform a careful neurological examination with attention  to cranial nerve deficits, cerebellar ataxia, or focal weakness or numbness.

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