An fMRI Retinotopic Mapping Study of Visual Cortex Deficit in Anisometropicamblyopia
Wei Huang; Guangming Lu; Zhiqiang Zhang; Gang Zheng; Xiaoli Shao; Zhenping Huang; Fei Ma; Jie Ying; Qing Shao; Xingfeng Li; Bin Lv; Zhongqiu Wang; Huiguang He
Source Publication临床放射学杂志
2008-06-20
Volume27Issue:06Pages:721
AbstractObjective To study the mechanism of visual cortical deficit in patients with anisometropic amblyopia with BOLD-fMRI retinotopic mapping. Materials and Methods Eight anisometropic amblyopes underwent fMRI with retinotopic mapping and dots stimuli (6cpd, 4Hz, 0.5).1.5T MRI system was used to obtain functional images of visual cortex.Responses of the amblyopic and fellow fixing eye were compared in primary and secondary visual cortex.The fMRI degicits were analyzed regressively. Results Amblyopic eyes showed s...
KeywordAnisometropic Amblyopia Functional Mri Retinotopic Mapping Cortical Deficit
DOICNKI:SUN:LCFS.0.2008-06-004
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Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/20568
Collection复杂系统管理与控制国家重点实验室_影像分析与机器视觉
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Wei Huang,Guangming Lu,Zhiqiang Zhang,et al. An fMRI Retinotopic Mapping Study of Visual Cortex Deficit in Anisometropicamblyopia[J]. 临床放射学杂志,2008,27(06):721.
APA Wei Huang.,Guangming Lu.,Zhiqiang Zhang.,Gang Zheng.,Xiaoli Shao.,...&Huiguang He.(2008).An fMRI Retinotopic Mapping Study of Visual Cortex Deficit in Anisometropicamblyopia.临床放射学杂志,27(06),721.
MLA Wei Huang,et al."An fMRI Retinotopic Mapping Study of Visual Cortex Deficit in Anisometropicamblyopia".临床放射学杂志 27.06(2008):721.
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