High frequency migraine is associated with lower acute pain sensitivity and abnormal insula activity related to migraine pain intensity, attack frequency, and pain catastrophizing

Vani A. Mathur, Massieh Moayedi, Michael L. Keaser, Shariq A. Khan, Catherine S. Hubbard, Madhav Goyal, David A. Seminowicz

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