[Adaptation of the central nervous system to optical correction].

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Wearing spectacles imply an adjustment of the visual perception and eye movements. The visual cortex accounts for this plasticity, including at the adulthood, especially by the shift or the sprading of the receptor fields and the adjustment of the sensitivity of the primary visual cortex cells to spatial orientation and movement. The cerebellum modulates… (More)

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@article{Nechel1997AdaptationOT, title={[Adaptation of the central nervous system to optical correction].}, author={Christian van Nechel}, journal={Bulletin de la Societe belge d'ophtalmologie}, year={1997}, volume={264}, pages={99-103} }