Long-latency auditory event related potentials in migraine.

@article{Drake1989LonglatencyAE,
  title={Long-latency auditory event related potentials in migraine.},
  author={Miles Edward Drake and Ann Pakalnis and Hosi Padamadan},
  journal={Headache},
  year={1989},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={
          239-41
        }
}
The pathophysiology of migraine and its associated perceptual symptoms remains controversial. We recorded long-latency auditory event related potentials (AEPs) in 30 unmedicated patients with common migraine, and compared them to 20 controls. 1,000 and 3,000 Hz tones were presented in an 80:20 ratio at 75 dB SL. 200 responses were recorded and replicated from Cz-A1 + A2, with filter band-pass of 1-100 Hz, analysis time of 1,000 ms., and interstimulus interval of 1.1 second. N100, P200, and N200… CONTINUE READING
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