Pain processing in patients with migraine: an event-related fMRI study during trigeminal nociceptive stimulation

@article{Russo2012PainPI,
  title={Pain processing in patients with migraine: an event-related fMRI study during trigeminal nociceptive stimulation},
  author={Antonio Russo and Alessandro Tessitore and Fabrizio Esposito and Laura Marcuccio and Alfonso Giordano and Renata Conforti and Andrea Truini and Antonella Paccone and Florindo d’Onofrio and Gioacchino Tedeschi},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2012},
  volume={259},
  pages={1903-1912}
}
We explored the functional pattern of the pain-processing network in patients with migraine, in the interictal periods, during trigeminal noxious stimulation. Contact heat evoked potential stimulation induced thermal pain and functional magnetic resonance imaging were used to measure whole-brain activation in 16 patients with episodic migraine without aura and 16 age- and gender-matched healthy controls in response to a severe (53°C) noxious, a moderate (51°C) noxious, and a control (41°C… CONTINUE READING
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