New Onset Focal Stabbing Headache Associated With Peripheral Vertigo: A Case Report

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We present a novel case of a focal stabbing headache sharing features of primary stabbing headache that started and resolved with the onset and resolution of a course of self-limiting peripheral vertigo. The association of onset and improvement of the stabbing headaches support the trigeminal and vestibular reciprocal relationships. Vestibular input may be the driving force and a potential target for treatment.

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