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Human Studies


2020 Feb 07

Ann Neurol

Longitudinal neuroimaging over 30 days: Temporal Characteristics of Migraine.


Schulte LH, Mehnert J, May A
Ann Neurol. 2020 Feb 07.
PMID: 32031707.


Although migraine is defined by the headache and headache associated symptoms, the true beginning of a migraine attack lies in the premonitory phase and to understand the generation of attacks one needs to investigate the phase before headache starts. The premonitory phase of migraine is characterized by a well described complex of symptoms. Its duration, however, is not clearly defined and there are to date no biomarkers to help defining when this phase starts.