Neurology

Perfusion abnormality on three-dimensional arterial spin labeling with a 3T MR system in pediatric and adolescent patients with migraine

Few studies have assessed the prevalence of perfusion abnormality with migraine. This study aimed to determine the prevalence and topography of perfusion abnormality on three-dimensional (3D) arterial spin labeling (ASL) and assess the correlation between perfusion abnormality and clinical data in pediatric and adolescent patients with migraine.

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