Late plasticity for language in a child's non-dominant hemisphere: a pre- and post-surgery fMRI study.

@article{HertzPannier2002LatePF,
  title={Late plasticity for language in a child's non-dominant hemisphere: a pre- and post-surgery fMRI study.},
  author={Lucie Hertz-Pannier and Catherine Chiron and Isabelle Jambaqu{\'e} and V Renaux-Kieffer and Pierre-François van de Moortele and Olivier Delalande and Martine Fohlen and Francis Brunelle and Denis Le Bihan},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2002},
  volume={125 Pt 2},
  pages={
          361-72
        }
}
The ability of the right hemisphere to sustain the acquisition or the recovery of language after extensive damage to the left hemisphere has been essentially related to the age at the time of injury. Better language abilities are acquired when the insult occurs in early childhood (perinatal insults) compared with later occurrence. However, while previous studies have described the neuropsychological pattern of language development in typical cases, the neural bases of such plasticity remain… CONTINUE READING
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