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Morphologic changes in the visual cortex of patients with anisometropic amblyopia: a surface-based morphometry study.

BACKGROUNDAmblyopia is generally considered a neurodevelopmental disorder that results from abnormal visual experiences in early childhood and may persist to adulthood. The neural basis of amblyopia has been a matter of interest for many decades, but the critical neural processing sites in amblyopia... Full description

Journal Title: BMC neuroscience August 2, 2019, Vol.20(1), p.39
Main Author: Liang, Minglong
Other Authors: Xiao, He , Xie, Bing , Yin, Xuntao , Wang, Jian , Yang, Hong
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title: Morphologic changes in the visual cortex of patients with anisometropic amblyopia: a surface-based morphometry study.
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  • Liang, Minglong
  • Xiao, He
  • Xie, Bing
  • Yin, Xuntao
  • Wang, Jian
  • Yang, Hong
subjects:
  • Adult–Pathology
  • Amblyopia–Pathology
  • Atrophy–Pathology
  • Case-Control Studies–Pathology
  • Female–Pathology
  • Gray Matter–Pathology
  • Humans–Pathology
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging–Pathology
  • Male–Pathology
  • Neuroimaging–Pathology
  • Visual Cortex–Pathology
  • Young Adult–Pathology
  • Anisometropic Amblyopia
  • Cortical Thickness
  • Freesurfer
  • Mean Curvature
  • Sbm
  • Visual Cortex
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description: BACKGROUNDAmblyopia is generally considered a neurodevelopmental disorder that results from abnormal visual experiences in early childhood and may persist to adulthood. The neural basis of amblyopia has been a matter of interest for many decades, but the critical neural processing sites in amblyopia are not entirely understood. Although many functional neuroimaging studies have found abnormal neuronal responses both within and beyond V1, few studies have focused on the neurophysiologic abnormalities in the visual cortex from the viewpoint of potential structural reorganization. In this study, we used a well-validated and highly accurate surface-based method to examine cortical morphologic changes in the visual cortex using multiple parameters (including cortical thickness, surface area, volume and mean curvature). RESULTSThe cortical thicknesses of the bilateral V1, left V2, left ventral V3, left V4 and left V5/MT+ in patients were significantly thinner than that in controls. The mean curvature...
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abstractBACKGROUNDAmblyopia is generally considered a neurodevelopmental disorder that results from abnormal visual experiences in early childhood and may persist to adulthood. The neural basis of amblyopia has been a matter of interest for many decades, but the critical neural processing sites in amblyopia are not entirely understood. Although many functional neuroimaging studies have found abnormal neuronal responses both within and beyond V1, few studies have focused on the neurophysiologic abnormalities in the visual cortex from the viewpoint of potential structural reorganization. In this study, we used a well-validated and highly accurate surface-based method to examine cortical morphologic changes in the visual cortex using multiple parameters (including cortical thickness, surface area, volume and mean curvature). RESULTSThe cortical thicknesses of the bilateral V1, left V2, left ventral V3, left V4 and left V5/MT+ in patients were significantly thinner than that in controls. The mean curvature...
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