Behavioral deficits and cortical damage loci in cerebral achromatopsia.

@article{Bouvier2006BehavioralDA,
  title={Behavioral deficits and cortical damage loci in cerebral achromatopsia.},
  author={Seth E. Bouvier and Stephen A. Engel},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={183-91}
}
Lesions to ventral occipital cortex can produce severe deficits in color vision, a syndrome known as cerebral achromatopsia. Because most studies examine relatively few cases, however, uncertainty remains about precisely which cortical loci, when damaged, produce the syndrome. In addition, the extents of the associated perceptual deficits remain unclear. To address these issues, we performed a meta-analysis of 92 case reports from the literature. The severity of color vision deficits of the… CONTINUE READING
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