Migraine - Pathophysiology

4 min

Migraine and the cortex

Migraine is a unique human disorder, resulting in the translation of trivial, non-painful stimuli into pain by means of an overactive brain. Prof. Piero Barbanti highlights neurostimulation as an emerging treatment option and emphasises that the burden of this disease is not limited to individual migraine episodes.

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