Repetitive visual stimulation enhances recovery from severe amblyopia.

@article{Montey2013RepetitiveVS,
  title={Repetitive visual stimulation enhances recovery from severe amblyopia.},
  author={Karen L. Montey and Nicolette C Eaton and Elizabeth M Quinlan},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={2013},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={311-7}
}
Severe amblyopia, characterized by a significant reduction in visual acuity through the affected eye, is highly resistant to reversal in adulthood. We have previously shown that synaptic plasticity can be reactivated in the adult rat visual cortex by dark exposure, and the reactivated plasticity can be harnessed to promote the recovery from severe amblyopia. Here we show that deprived-eye visually evoked responses are rapidly strengthened in dark-exposed amblyopes by passive viewing of… CONTINUE READING

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