Deterioration of Hemiparesis after Recurrent Stroke in the Unaffected Hemisphere: Three Further Cases with Possible Interpretation

@article{Yamamoto2006DeteriorationOH,
  title={Deterioration of Hemiparesis after Recurrent Stroke in the Unaffected Hemisphere: Three Further Cases with Possible Interpretation},
  author={Shiro Yamamoto and M. Takasawa and K. Kajiyama and J. Baron and T. Yamaguchi},
  journal={Cerebrovascular Diseases},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={35 - 39}
}
  • Shiro Yamamoto, M. Takasawa, +2 authors T. Yamaguchi
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Cerebrovascular Diseases
  • Background: The concept of neural reorganization after brain damage is already well established, and many previous studies have successfully reported the translocation of the neural activation in the motor-related cortices during motor tasks using functional imaging modalities. Several primate and human studies have suggested the formation of newly reorganized tracts in the ipsilesional or contralesional hemisphere, but the mechanism for the formation of these tracts is still largely unknown… CONTINUE READING
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