Edited by david borsook arne may peter j goadsby and richard hargreaves 384pp oxford university press 2012 145 the migraine brain is an expertly authored and edited compendium of insights into human migraine pathophysiology while the focus is on neuroimaging there is an appropriate homage to other research perspectives from both animal models and genetic studies. The migraine brain imaging structure and function editors david borsook arne may peter j goadsby richard hargreaves edition illustrated publisher oup usa 2012 isbn 019975456x. This includes changes in function structure and chemistry of the migraine brain included are sections that focus on particular aspects of migraine including aura sensory difficulty slurred language and motor dysfunction it also includes a general overview of the history of migraine its pathophysiology as well as in depth details on the clinical perspectives and the different imaging techniques in use mr fmri dti vbm pet fmri and meg and details on modulation of the brain . The migraine brain imaging structure and function reviews the astonishing progress that has been made based on diverse noninvasive imagining technologies in visualizing the neural basis of a disorder that not long ago was essentially invisible while some features of migraine could be detected through the neurologic exam the most salient symptoms including the headache were characterized largely through subjective report although this multi authored volume focuses on imaging it
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