Could a spinal fluid test help to diagnose migraine?
from Medical News Today
After discovering that people who get migraine have significantly higher levels of sodium in their cerebrospinal fluid than people who do not get it, researchers call for further research to study this avenue as a new way to diagnose the headache disorder. The researchers used a type of MRI called sodium MRI to measure sodium levels in different parts of the brain. Their study is thought to be the first to use this technique to study migraine.
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