Interictal quantitative EEG in migraine: a blinded controlled study

  title={Interictal quantitative EEG in migraine: a blinded controlled study},
  author={Marte Bj\ork and Lars Stovner and Morten Engstr\om and Marit Stjern and Knut Hagen and Trond Sand},
  booktitle={The Journal of Headache and Pain},
Abnormal electroencephalography (EEG) in migraineurs has been reported in several studies. However, few have evaluated EEG findings in migraineurs during a time period when neither the last attack nor the next attack may interact with the results. We, therefore, compared interictal EEG in migraineurs and headache-free subjects with a design controlled for interference by pre-ictal changes. Pre-ictal EEG findings in the painful cranial side during the next attack after registration were also… CONTINUE READING


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