Section I. Indications for Interventional management.- 1. Headache Classifications and Medically Resistant Headaches.- 2. Algorithms for the diagnosis and management of head and face pain.- Section II. Nerve Blocks for head and face pain.- 3. Peripheral nerve block for the management of headache and face pain.- 4. Occipital nerve blocks.- Section III. Cervicogenic Headache.- 5. Occipital neuralgia: The role of ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment.- 6. Glossopharyngeal nerve block.- 7. Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block and Radiofrequency Ablation.- 8. Trigeminal Gasserian Ganglion, Maxillary Nerve and Mandibular Nerve blocks.- 9. Interventional treatment for Trigeminal neuralgia: radiofrequency and neuromodulation.- 10. Practical Approach to Cervicogenic Headache.- 11. Atlanto-Axial Joint: Atlanto-Axial Joint Injection and Radiofrequency Ablation.- 12. Third Occipital Nerve Block and Radiofrequency Ablation.- 13. Cervical facet syndrome: cervial medical branch block and radiofrequency ablation .- Section IV. Other Common interventions for headaches.- 14. Intravenous therapy for intractable headaches.- 15. Botulinium toxin injection and headaches.- 16. Epidural blood patch.- Section V. Neuromodulation for head and face pain.- 17. Occipital nerve stimulation for head pain : Surgical leads.- 18. Occipital nerve stimulation for head pain : Percutaneous leads.- 19. Sphenopalatine Ganglion Stimulation.- 20. Deep brain and motor cortex stimulation for head and face pain.
Samer N Narouze, MD, MSc, DABPM, FIPPChairman, Center for Pain MedicineSumma Western Reserve HospitalCuyahoga Falls, OH, USA
From the book reviews: "This is the best colour atlas on peripheral nerve ablations and nerve blocks of the head and neck region. ... I recommend this book for neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiologists, and anesthesia experts." (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, August, 2014)