Plasticity of the Central Nervous System after Injury: Analogous Theory of Re-construction

  • O ’ Neill, Ekuri
  • Published 2016

Abstract

When considering plasticity, the central nervous system can be viewed as a building block center. Following damage, building components might be lost or loosened; and may be rearranged by renovation, analogous to neuroplasticity that occurs following CNS injury. In both scenarios, the location and severity of damage will determine the efficacy of renovation… (More)

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@inproceedings{Neill2016PlasticityOT, title={Plasticity of the Central Nervous System after Injury: Analogous Theory of Re-construction}, author={O ’ Neill and Ekuri}, year={2016} }