Abnormal cerebrovascular function may play a role in hormonal migraine development, Australian researchers suggest. An exploratory study into cerebrovascular function in 50 hormonal migraineurs and 29 non-migraineurs showed hormonal migraineurs had poorer resting mean blood flow velocity and impaired neurovascular coupling in the left middle cerebral artery while migraine- and period-free, compared with controls. Hormonal ...
Impaired cerebrovascular function may play a role in hormonal migraine
By Natasha Doyle
12 Aug 2021