MRI study suggests differences in migraine sufferers' brain structure

03/26/2013 | HealthDay News

Italian researchers conducted MRI scans on 63 migraine patients and 18 controls, and found smaller, less thick cortices among those with a history of the headaches. The precise locations of cortex differences varied between those with aura migraines and those without. The findings appear in the journal Radiology.

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