Migraine and its psychiatric comorbidities

@article{Minen2016MigraineAI,
  title={Migraine and its psychiatric comorbidities},
  author={M. Minen and Olivia Begasse de Dhaem and Ashley M. Kroon Van Diest and S. Powers and T. Schwedt and R. Lipton and D. Silbersweig},
  journal={Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery \& Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={87},
  pages={741 - 749}
}
Migraine is a highly prevalent and disabling neurological disorder associated with a wide range of psychiatric comorbidities. In this manuscript, we provide an overview of the link between migraine and several comorbid psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. We present data on psychiatric risk factors for migraine chronification. We discuss the evidence, theories and methods, such as brain functional imaging, to explain the pathophysiological… Expand
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