Blindsight: Post-natal Potential of a Transient Pulvinar Pathway

@article{Kaas2015BlindsightPP,
  title={Blindsight: Post-natal Potential of a Transient Pulvinar Pathway},
  author={Jon H. Kaas},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={R155-R157}
}
More vision is preserved after removal of primary visual cortex in infant than adult primates. A recent study suggests that this is due to the preservation of a retina-to-pulvinar-to-cortex pathway that normally regresses during development.