Wojciech Kozubski

Poznań University of Medical Sciences

Prof. Wojciech Kozubski, MD, PhD is the Head of the Department of Neurology, University of Medical Sciences in Poznan, Poland. He graduated from Medical School in Lodz in 1980. In 1983 he received his PhD and in 2002, his professorship. From 1987 to 1991, he was awarded a scholarship from the Academic Unit of Neuroscience, University of London, Department of Neurology, University of Tel-Aviv and the Department of Neurology, University of Trondheim. He is an author and co-author of over 300 papers concerning the migraine and related headaches, stroke, and dementia. He is the editor of the handbook of clinical neurology for neurologists, the handbook for medical students, monographs on brain tumours, affective diseases of nervous system and therapy in neurology. From 2011 to 2014, he was the President of the Polish Neurological Society.

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8chapters authored

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The book, Migraine, covers – to our best belief – the most important topics in migraine study, such as spontaneous primary headache, mostly from a clinical and therapeutic point of view. Special attention was paid to two hot topics in migraine problems: the chronic type of migraine and the new contemporary mode of treatment (for both episodic and chronic types) that is the use of monoclonal antibodies directed against the CGRP complex. The separate chapters cover the problem of medication overuse headaches, which is a growing condition among patients with migraine – especially the chronic migraine. The unique problem touched by the book is rarely discussed in literature of this field and it is the surgical attempts in the therapy of migraine. The authors of the book are widely recognized experts in migraines and related headaches that – we do believe – ensures a high quality of knowledge in the book. We hope that the presented monograph will be both attractive and helpful to all doctors interested not only in migraines but in other problems of idiopathic headaches.

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