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Do Migraine Patients Have Brain Abnormalities?

A new study in Radiology assesses whether there is a correlation between migraines and cortical abnormalities. “Compared with control subjects, patients with migraine showed reduced cortical thickness and surface area in regions subserving pain processing (P < .01) … Cortical thickness and surface area abnormalities were related to aura and WMHs [white matter hyperintensities] (P < .01) but not to disease duration and attack frequency.”

Read it in Radiology.