Under each heading below is a number of journal articles that we consider relevant to developing a basic understanding of the data. These articles are a tiny fraction of the Headache Clinic’s complete library. If you are medically trained or otherwise capable of reading the scientific text then this is the place to make a start.
Comment on the Editorial by Goadsby and Akerman ‘The trigeminovascular system does not require a peripheral sensory input to be activated—Migraine is a central disorder’, in Cephalalgia January 2012.Cephalalgia 2012; 32: 1081
Intra- oral orthosis vs. amitriptyline in chronic tension-type headache: a clinical and laser evoked potentials study. Head Face Med. 2006 May 25;2(1):15.Co-authored by Prof. M de Tommasso, Neurological and Psychiatric Sciences Department, University Of Bari, Bari, Italy.
Topographic analysis of laser evoked potentials in chronic tension-type headache: Correlations with clinical features. Int Psychophysiol 2006 Feb 23. Co-authored by Prof. M. de Tommasso, Neurological and Psychiatric sciences Department, University Of Bari, Bari, Italy
Effects of amitriptyline and intra-oral device appliance on clinical and laser-evoked potentials in chronic tension-type headache. Neurol Sci. 2005 May; 26 Supply 2:s152-4. Co-authored by Prof M. de Tommasso, Neurological and Psychiatric Sciences Department, University Of Bari, Bari, Italy.
TRPV1, CGRP and SP in scalp arteries of patients suffering from a chronic migraine. Del Fiacco M, Quartu M, Boi M, Serra MP, Melis T, Boccaletti R, Shevel E, Cianchetti C. J NeurolNeurosurg Psychiatry. 2014