Plasticity of human motion processing mechanisms following surgery for infantile esotropia

  title={Plasticity of human motion processing mechanisms following surgery for infantile esotropia},
  author={Anthony Matthew Norcia and Russell D. Hamer and Arthur Jampolsky and Deborah A Orel-Bixler},
  journal={Vision Research},
Monocular oscillatory-motion visual evoked potentials (VEPs) were measured in prospective and retrospective groups of infantile esotropia patients who had been aligned surgically at different ages. A nasalward-temporal response bias that is present prior to surgery was reduced below pre-surgery levels in the prospective group. Patients in the retrospective group who had been aligned before 2 yr of age showed lower levels of response asymmetry than those who were aligned after age 2. The data… CONTINUE READING


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