Importance of illustrating art objects (drawing, painting or sculpture) on the front cover

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https://doi.org/10.48208/HeadacheMed.2021.1

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Years ago, we created a section in Headache Medicine entitled NeuroArt1-3 to value artistic expression that represented the specialty of the study of diverse headache subtypes. As the current trend is to put on the front cover a figure representing the specialty or a theme covered in the issue, we have also used images related to Headache Medicine to illustrate our front covers.

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Valença MM and Andrade-Valença LPA. Neuroart and headache: the enigmas in the Michelangelo's frescos. Headache Medicine 2011;2(4):212-215 Doi: 10.48208/HeadacheMed. 2011.32

Freitas MFL, Nascimento JJC and Valença MM. Anatomy and art: a necessary union such as that of the body with the soul. Headache Medicine 2016;7(1):6-10 Doi https://www.doi.org/10.48208/HeadacheMed.2016.2

Valença MM and Kowacs F. Migraine-inspired art. Headache Medicine 2011;2(1):4 Doi: 10.48208/HeadacheMed.2011.1

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31/03/2021

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Valença MM, Andrade JR, Peres MFP. Importance of illustrating art objects (drawing, painting or sculpture) on the front cover. HM [Internet]. 2021 Mar. 31 [cited 2021 Sep. 26];:1-4. Available from: https://headachemedicine.com.br/index.php/hm/article/view/439

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