Journal of Neuroinformatics and Neuroimaging

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Perspective - Journal of Neuroinformatics and Neuroimaging (2022) Volume 7, Issue 6

Imaging the structure and function of the brain: Concepts and limitations

Progresses in neuroimaging technology have been instrumental in uncovering the sensational neurological changes that outcome from visual impairment, as well as uncovering the inward functions of the human cerebrum. Specifically, modern imaging techniques enable us to examine how the brain adapts and “re-wires” itself as a result of changes in behavior, the environment, injury, or disease; a process referred to as neuroplasticity. Following an outline of regularly utilized neuroimaging methods, we examine underlying and practical neuroplastic brain changes related with significant visual hardship. Specifically, we feature how related underlying changes frequently happen inside regions that cycle flawless faculties (like hearing, contact, and smell) while practical changes will generally involve region of the cerebrum typically credited to the handling of visual data. Proof will basically zero in on significant visual deficiency because of visual reason; however related work in cerebral/cortical visual impairment (CVI) will likewise be examined. The expected significance of these discoveries inside the setting of training and recovery is proposed.

Author(s): Mishima Roma

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