Neuronal rearrangement and recovering of movement ability post stroke

Stroke may lead to various degrees of neurological deficit and long term upper and lower limb movement disability. Writing in  international Journal of Stroke, 04/09/2013 Dr. Varsou O et al Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre, The University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK discuss how functional connectivity magnetic resonance imaging may shed lights on neuronal plasticity following a focal brain injury.

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