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.
MRI study suggests differences in migraine sufferers' brain structure
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