Interrelationships between chronic tension-type headache, musculoskeletal pain, and vitamin D deficiency: Is osteomalacia responsible for both headache and musculoskeletal pain?

Headache, musculoskeletal symptoms, and vitamin D deficiency are common in the general population. However, the interrelations between these three hav...
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