Increased Amplitude of Thalamocortical Low-Frequency Oscillations in Patients with Migraine.

@article{Hodkinson2016IncreasedAO,
  title={Increased Amplitude of Thalamocortical Low-Frequency Oscillations in Patients with Migraine.},
  author={Duncan J Hodkinson and S. L. Wilcox and Rosanna Veggeberg and Rodrigo Noseda and Rami Burstein and David Borsook and Lino Becerra},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={36 30},
  pages={8026-36}
}
UNLABELLED For many years, neurobiological theories have emphasized the importance of neuronal oscillations in the emergence of brain function. At the same time, clinical studies have shown that disturbances or irregularities in brain rhythms may relate to various common neurological conditions, including migraine. Increasing evidence suggests that the CNS plays a fundamental role in the predisposition to develop different forms of headache. Here, we present human imaging data that strongly… CONTINUE READING