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2022 Sep 17

Neurol Sci

Functional connectivity alterations in migraineurs with Alice in Wonderland syndrome.


Piervincenzi C, Petsas N, Viganò A, Mancini V, Mastria G, Puma M, Giannì C, Di Piero V, Pantano P
Neurol Sci. 2022 Sep 17.
PMID: 36114397.


Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) is a neurological disorder characterized by erroneous perception of the body schema or surrounding space. Migraine is the primary cause of AIWS in adults. The pathophysiology of AIWS is largely unknown, especially regarding functional abnormalities. In this study, we compared resting-state functional connectivity (FC) of migraine patients experiencing AIWS, migraine patients with typical aura (MA) and healthy controls (HCs).