Shared anatomical changes in the postcentral gyri in people with migraine and insomnia

Takeaway

  • People with insomnia and migraine showed gray matter volume (GMV) changes in the bilateral postcentral gyri (PCG), with sleep quality correlating with GMV in the right PCG specifically.

Why this matters

    GMV image markers can be used to provide insight into neuroanatomical changes in people with insomnia, migraine, or both disorders.

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