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Q&A: Understanding secondary headache disorder – Medical Xpress

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Dear Mayo Clinic: How can you tell when a headache requires additional diagnostic testing? A: Headaches come with a wide range of accompanying symptoms and severity. Most often, they are due to a primary headache disorder, such as a tension-type headache or migraine. In older adults, most headaches are still primary… Read More »

What is the secondary stage of syphilis?

Syphilis, which the bacterium Treponema pallidum causes, is a form of sexually transmitted infection. There are four stages of syphilis. The infection can be serious or cause severe complications without treatment. Primary syphilis includes the first sign of syphilis, which is typically a small and painless sore near the genitals, anus, or mouth, near the… Read More »