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. 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 . The migraine brain imaging structure and function edited by david borsook arne may peter j goadsby and richard hargreaves focus on how imaging is changing the way we understand migraine. This book is unique in this field functional neuroimaging is cutting edge it puts functional neuroimaging of the migraine into clinical context. The migraine brain edited by david borsook arne may peter j goadsby and richard hargreaves makes a major contribution to the field addressing the increasingly sophisticated neuroimaging techniques that have allowed researchers to begin to define functional and anatomical characteristics of
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