A cortically blind patient with preserved visual imagery

April 8, 2010

The findings of a case report in Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology may support its authors hypothesis that the primary visual cortex, in which retinal spatial geometry is preserved, is not critical for visual imagery.

The findings of a case report in Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology may support its authors hypothesis that the primary visual cortex, in which retinal spatial geometry is preserved, is not critical for visual imagery.

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