Image: 279546

Caption: Anatomy of a migraine. Sensory triggers can cause the thalamus to interact with the trigeminal nucleus and nerve (red arrow) and to dilate blood vessels in the face and brain. Pain signals are then sent to the brainstem nuclei (green arrows). The hypothalamus may also send signals to the brainstem and gut to induce pain, nausea, and vomiting (blue arrows).

Artist: Phototake Illustration

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File Size: 55.62 MB

Dimensions: 5400x3600px (18"x12")

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