Can Functional MRI Aid in the Diagnosis of Migraine?

Can Functional MRI Aid in the Diagnosis of Migraine?

Publication date: Feb 13, 2020

In study 2, they validated the marker using an independent cohort of 19 patients with migraine without aura and 19 healthy controls.

In study 1, the researchers identified differences between patients with migraine without aura and healthy controls in several brain areas, including the occipital area, the sensorimotor network, part of the medial-cerebellum, the cingulo-opercular network, the default mode network, and the frontal parietal network.

Concepts Keywords
Acupuncture Magnetic resonance imaging
Brain MRI
Cerebellum Migraine
Classifier Aura
Cohort Resting state fMRI
Connectome Connectome
Cross Computational neuroscience
Default Mode Network Magnetic resonance imaging
FMRI Neuroimaging
Functional Connectivity Organ systems
Functional MRI Medicine
Migraine Cognitive neuroscience
Migraine Aura Acupuncture
Neuroimaging Diagnosis migraine
Neurology Frontal parietal network
Occipital
Opercular
Parietal

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH Diagnosis
disease MESH Migraine
disease MESH migraine without aura

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