A Pain in the Neck? Migraine Surgery in Patients With Prior Head or Neck Injury

Ricardo Ortiz, Lisa Gfrerer, Marek A. Hansdorfer, Jane Tsui, Kassandra P. Nealon, William G. Austen
2019 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Global Open  
Craniofacial Abstracts child's sex. Parents were less likely to prefer a shared approach when the child was female (odds ratio, 0.365; 95% confidence interval, 0.139-0.961; P = 0.04). CONCLUSIONS: Although most parents preferred a completely shared approach to decision-making, children desired greater autonomy, particularly with increasing age. There was limited agreement between parents and children regarding their decision-making preferences. Providers must be cognizant of differing
more » ... differing preferences among parents and children when discussing treatment plans and surgical algorithms; to optimize patient and parent satisfaction, differing methods of discussion may be required to respect the preferences of all stakeholders involved.
doi:10.1097/01.gox.0000584548.33411.bf fatcat:wgqngspgn5brphg2j4ngqdb4hq