Enhanced Effective Connectivity Between Primary Motor Cortex and Intraparietal Sulcus in Well-Recovered Stroke Patients

Ischemic strokes with motor deficits lead to widespread changes in neural activity and interregional coupling between primary and secondary motor areas. Compared with frontal circuits, the knowledge is still limited to what extent parietal cortices and their interactions with frontal motor areas undergo plastic changes and might contribute to residual motor functioning after stroke.


Published in:
Stroke, 47, 2, 482-9
Year:
2016
ISSN:
1524-4628
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