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Increased connectivity of pain matrix in chronic migraine: a resting-state functional MRI study

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Title
Increased connectivity of pain matrix in chronic migraine: a resting-state functional MRI study
Author(s)
Mi Ji Lee; Bo-yong Park; Soohyun Cho; Sung Tae Kim; Hyunjin Park; Chin-Sang Chung
Publication Date
2019-03
Journal
JOURNAL OF HEADACHE AND PAIN, v.20, no., pp.29 -
Publisher
SPRINGER
Abstract
ObjectiveTo investigate the whole-brain resting-state functional connectivity in patients with chronic migraine (CM) using a data-driven method.MethodsWe prospectively recruited patients with either episodic migraine (EM) or CM aged 18-60years who visited the headache clinic of the Samsung Medical Center from July 2016 to December 2017. All patients underwent 3T MRI using an identical scanner. Patients were considered interictal if they did not have a migraine headache at the day and1days of functional MRI acquisition. Using the group-independent component analysis (ICA), connectivity analysis with a weighted and undirected network model was performed. The between-group differences in degree centrality (DC) values were assessed using 5000 permutation tests corrected with false discovery rate (FDR).ResultsA total of 62 patients (44 EM and 18 CM) were enrolled in this study. Among the seven functionally interpretable spatially independent components (ICs) identified, only one IC, interpreted as the pain matrix, showed a significant between-group difference in DC (CM>EM, p=0.046). This association remained significant after adjustment for age, sex, migraine with aura (MWA), allodynia, depression, and anxiety (p=0.038). The pain matrix was functionally correlated with the hypothalamus (p=0.040, EM>CM) and dorsal raphe nucleus (p=0.039, CM>EM) with different levels of strength in EM and CM.Conclusion p id=Par4 CM patients have a stronger connectivity in the pain matrix than do EM patients. Functional alteration of the pain network might play a role in migraine chronification. © The Author(s). 2019
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/5879
ISSN
1129-2369
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