Changes in connectivity after visual cortical brain damage underlie altered visual function.

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The full extent of the brain's ability to compensate for damage or changed experience is yet to be established. One question particularly important for evaluating and understanding rehabilitation following brain damage is whether recovery involves new and aberrant neural connections or whether any change in function is due to the functional recruitment of… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/brain/awn063

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@article{Bridge2008ChangesIC, title={Changes in connectivity after visual cortical brain damage underlie altered visual function.}, author={Holly Bridge and Owen M. Thomas and Sa{\^a}d Jbabdi and Alan Cowey}, journal={Brain : a journal of neurology}, year={2008}, volume={131 Pt 6}, pages={1433-44} }