Evidence for both compensatory plastic and disuse atrophy-related neuroanatomical changes in the blind.


The behavioural and neurofunctional consequences of blindness are becoming increasingly well established, and it has become evident that the amount of reorganization is directly linked to the behavioural adaptations observed in the blind. However investigations of potential neuroanatomical changes resulting from blindness have yielded conflicting results as… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/brain/awu030


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