Neurobiology of Migraine: CSD & Migraine with Aura

CSD & Migraine with Aura In about a third of migraine patients, focal neurological disturbances known as auras are experienced as visual, motor, or sensory symptoms. Many studies have established aura in humans is analogous to CSD of Leão in other animals (Charles...

Neurobiology of Migraine: Genetics

Genetics Population-based epidemiological surveys and twin studies greatly support the idea that MO is produced by genetic and environmental influences (Goadsby, 2013). Epidemiological evidence demonstrates methyltetrahydrofolate reductase C677T gene mutation is...

Types of Migraine

Types of Migraine MO is a recurrent headache with several attacks occurring between 4 and 72 hours that is worsened by and/or causing avoidance of everyday physical activity (“The International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd edition (beta...