The electrophysiology of migraine.

Abstract

Migraine is currently regarded as a neurovascular disorder of trigeminal sensory processing, generated centrally, probably at the level of the brainstem. In the past, electrophysiological techniques have drawn no definite conclusions on either interictal or ictal changes in migraineurs compared with controls, largely because of methodological differences… (More)

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