Anatomy of spatial attention: insights from perfusion imaging and hemispatial neglect in acute stroke.

@article{Hillis2005AnatomyOS,
  title={Anatomy of spatial attention: insights from perfusion imaging and hemispatial neglect in acute stroke.},
  author={Argye E. Hillis and Melissa Newhart and Jennifer Heidler and Peter B. Barker and E Herskovits and Mahaveer N Degaonkar},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 12},
  pages={3161-7}
}
The site of lesion responsible for left hemispatial neglect after stroke has been intensely debated recently. Some studies provide evidence that right angular lesions are most likely to cause left neglect, whereas others indicate that right superior temporal lesions are most likely to cause neglect. We examine two potential accounts of the conflicting results: (1) neglect could result from cortical dysfunction beyond the structural lesion in some studies; and (2) different forms of neglect with… CONTINUE READING
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