Migraine - Pathophysiology

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Modern understanding of the pathophysiology of migraine

Migraine is a specific type of headache that involves multiple regions of the brain,1 and is normally associated with other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, photophobia, phonophobia, and cutaneous allodynia.2 A migraine attack can be typically divided into four phases: the premonitory phase (preceding the headache); the aura phase (immediately preceding or accompanying t

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