Primary Somatosensory Cortices Contain Altered Patterns of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in the Interictal Phase of Migraine

@inproceedings{Hodkinson2015PrimarySC,
  title={Primary Somatosensory Cortices Contain Altered Patterns of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in the Interictal Phase of Migraine},
  author={Duncan J Hodkinson and Rosanna Veggeberg and S. L. Wilcox and Steven John Scrivani and Rami Burstein and Lino Becerra and David Borsook and Jong-Ling Fuh},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The regulation of cerebral blood flow (CBF) is a complex integrated process that is critical for supporting healthy brain function. Studies have demonstrated a high incidence of alterations in CBF in patients suffering from migraine with and without aura during different phases of attacks. However, the CBF data collected interictally has failed to show any distinguishing features or clues as to the underlying pathophysiology of the disease. In this study we used the magnetic resonance imaging… CONTINUE READING
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