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Brain sensory network not impaired with blindness: Study
In new research, scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and in Germany and the USA showed that the way in which the brain organizes its visual sense remains intact even in people who are blind from birth, and that at least the pattern of functional connectivity between the visual area and the topographical representation of space (up/down, left/right, etc.) can develop on its own without any actual visual experience.

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