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are present such as visual loss, new seizures, new weakness, new confusion, further workup with imaging and possibly a lumbar puncture should be done (see red flags section for more details). If the headache is sudden onset (thunderclap headache), a computed tomography test to look for a brain bleed ( subarachnoid hemorrhage ) should be done. If the CT scan does not show a bleed, a lumbar puncture should be done to look for blood in the CSF, as the CT scan can be falsely negative and subarachnoid hemorrhages can be fatal. If there are signs of infection such as fever, rash, or stiff neck, a lumbar puncture to look for meningitis should be considered. If there is jaw claudication and scalp tenderness in an older person, a temporal artery biopsy to look for temporal arteritis should be performed and immediate treatment should be started.

The US Headache Consortium has guidelines for neuroimaging of non-acute headaches. [33] Most old, chronic headaches do not require neuroimaging. If a person has the characteristic symptoms of a migraine, neuroimaging is not needed as it is very unlikely the person has an intracranial abnormality. [34] If the person has neurological findings, such as weakness, on exam, neuroimaging may be considered.

All people who present with red flags indicating a dangerous secondary headache should receive neuroimaging. [28] The best form of neuroimaging for these headaches is controversial. [6] Non-contrast computerized tomography (CT) scan is usually the first step in head imaging as it is readily available in Emergency Departments and hospitals and is cheaper than MRI. Non-contrast CT is best for identifying an acute head bleed. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is best for brain tumors and problems in the posterior fossa , or back of the brain. [6] MRI is more sensitive for identifying intracranial problems, however it can pick up brain abnormalities that are not relevant to the person's headaches. [6]

The American College of Radiology recommends the following imaging tests for different specific situations: [35]

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collect 1

1 Bring or gather together (a number of things)

gather , accumulate, assemble
come together , get together, gather, assemble, meet, muster, cluster, rally, congregate, convene, converge, flock together
gather , accumulate, assemble

2 Call for and take away; fetch.

fetch , come to get, go to get, come and get, go and get, call for, come for, go for, meet
raise , appeal for, ask for, ask people to give, solicit, secure, obtain, acquire, gather

3 collect oneself Regain control of oneself, typically after a shock.

collect oneself
recover , regain one's composure, pull oneself together, take a hold of oneself, steady oneself
muster , summon, summon up, gather, gather together, get together, rally, call into action, marshal, mobilize, screw up

4 archaic Conclude; infer.

with clause

5 Cause (a horse) to bring its hind legs further forward as it moves.

6 NZ Australian informal Collide with.

(with reference to a telephone call) to be paid for by the person receiving it.

as adverb

A winning bet.

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Late Middle English: from Old French collecter or medieval Latin collectare, from Latin collect- ‘gathered together’, from the verb colligere, from col- ‘together’ + legere ‘choose or collect’.

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collect

/kəˈlɛkt/

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