Thermography of Headaches
Thermographic study of headaches over the past 12 years in the search for typical heat patterns has shown them to be more complex than peripheral pain.
KeywordsGamma Activity Fibrinolytic Therapy Recurrent Headache Muscle Inflammation Pain Pattern
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