Is phonophobia associated with cutaneous allodynia in migraine?

@article{Ashkenazi2010IsPA,
  title={Is phonophobia associated with cutaneous allodynia in migraine?},
  author={Avi Ashkenazi and Irene Yang and Aamir Mushtaq and Michael L. Oshinsky},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={81 11},
  pages={1256-60}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether phonophobia and dynamic mechanical (brush) allodynia are associated in episodic migraine (EM). METHODS Adult patients with EM were prospectively recruited. A structured questionnaire was used to obtain demographic and migraine related data. Phonophobia was tested quantitatively using a real time sound processor and psychoacoustic software. Sound stimuli were pure tones at frequencies of 1000 Hz, 4000 Hz and 8000 Hz, delivered to both ears at increasing… CONTINUE READING
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