Deep in the brain: Changes in subcortical function immediately preceding a migraine attack

Volume: 39, Issue: 6, Pages: 2651 - 2663
Published: Mar 2, 2018
Abstract
The neural mechanism responsible for migraine remains unclear. While the role of an external trigger in migraine initiation remains vigorously debated, it is generally assumed that migraineurs display altered brain function between attacks. This idea stems from relatively few brain imaging studies with even fewer studies exploring changes in the 24 h period immediately prior to a migraine attack. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we...
Paper Details
Title
Deep in the brain: Changes in subcortical function immediately preceding a migraine attack
Published Date
Mar 2, 2018
Volume
39
Issue
6
Pages
2651 - 2663
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