By John K. Niparko MD
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Adapted from van der Loos H, Woolsey TA. Somatosensory cortex: structural alterations following early injury to sense organs. 16 If, however, an individual vibrissa is selectively injured at birth, the barrel, which corresponds to that damaged vibrissa, fails to develop (Fig. 18 Thus, damage to vibrissae after the critical period produces no loss of cortical barrels. 15 As there are no identifiable barrels at birth in normal animals, these studies suggest that deprivation of vibrissae input at birth interrupts the process of morphogenesis.
60 Several studies in humans have also indicated B C Delayed post lesion ta rie pa tra ip al Lunate nc S. P ri In Cen tral S Immediate post lesion lS . A 29 S. Lateral S. Su po A1 m g ra l S. Insula Inferior li m iti n S. Cut r pe io rt e 5 mm Figure 2-8 ■ Graphic presentation of the A1 region of the auditory cortex, illustrating its frequency reorganization after high-frequency cochlear damage. The superior temporal gyrus of a monkey brain is viewed from a dorsolateral perspective following removal of the overlying parietal cortex (cross hatching).
The southern part of France, in the middle part of the Pyrenees mountain range near Lourdes (Fig. 9,10 This boy, later named Victor, seemed to be feral, living in the wild without clothes, social companions, or spoken language. He was initially thought to be deaf but was later shown to have highly developed sensory and motor skills, but no aptitude for spoken language (or other social skills). Victor’s story is important because his tutor for 5 years was Dr. G. Itard, who used his experience teaching Victor to develop entirely novel strategies for teaching language to deaf and retarded individuals and advocated the use of sign language.