Professor Mattingley said the neurological condition of neglect tends to be associated with poor recovery for people who have had a stroke. ‘After a stroke, many people with damage to their parietal lobe, as if half of their visual world just disappeared behavior,’he said.
The results, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, on a body of research by Professor Mattingley which confirms deficits in human spatial updating build contribute to vision problems in some stroke patients. – ‘On the whole, our findings have implications for the understanding of a number of disorders of spatial perception with parietal damage and show promising new approaches related to rehabilitation,’said Professor Mattingley.To view the latest Urologist Press Release of UroToday access, go to:.
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