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The efficacy of ultrasound-guided multifidus cervicis plane block versus greater occipital nerve block for cervicogenic headache
The Egyptian Journal of Neurology Psychiatry and Neurosurgery
Introduction Traditionally, non-invasive and invasive techniques were used for the treatment of cervicogenic headache (CH). Greater occipital nerve block is the most frequent peripheral nerve block invasive technique used for the management of cervicogenic headache. The purpose of this prospective, double-blinded study was to compare the efficacy of two different techniques: multifidus cervicis plane block and greater occipital nerve block in the treatment of refractory cervicogenic headache bydoi:10.1186/s41983-020-00262-4 fatcat:2jgaj2igdnbcfoajj6w2dqplyq