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Understanding the Complexity of the Migraine Brain

Viernes, Mayo 22, 2020

Brain regions showing consistent alterations in migraineurs converge to a common brain network, which includes areas with a pivotal role in migraine pathophysiology.
Neuroimaging studies have shown functional and structural alterations of different brain areas in migraine patients, raising new questions. How do these regions interact with each other? Does a unique network enclose all these brain areas? Are these neuroimaging findings migraine specific?


NEJM Journal Watch summary, reutilizado con permiso del Grupo NEJM.


Código de aprobación: PP-MCM-CHL-0198