Increased audiovisual integration in cochlear-implanted deaf patients: independent components analysis of longitudinal positron emission tomography data.

@article{Strelnikov2015IncreasedAI,
  title={Increased audiovisual integration in cochlear-implanted deaf patients: independent components analysis of longitudinal positron emission tomography data.},
  author={Kuzma Strelnikov and Julien Rouger and S{\'e}bastien Lagleyre and Bernard Fraysse and J F Demonet and Olivier D{\'e}guine and Pascal Barone},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={677-85}
}
It has been demonstrated in earlier studies that patients with a cochlear implant have increased abilities for audio-visual integration because the crude information transmitted by the cochlear implant requires the persistent use of the complementary speech information from the visual channel. The brain network for these abilities needs to be clarified. We used an independent components analysis (ICA) of the activation (H2(15)O) positron emission tomography data to explore occipito-temporal… CONTINUE READING
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