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Smile Headache etiology mnemonic

MM SIT IT ACHES
Migraine
Meningitis
SAH
Illnesses system
Temporal arteritis
Inc ICP
Tension headache
AV malformations
Cluster headache
HTN
Eye disorders
Sinusitis
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