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Alles draait om hersenplasticiteit

Bij functionele neurologie draait in feite alles om het begrip hersenplasticiteit. Anders dan wat wetenschappers lang hebben gedacht is het brein niet statisch, maar verandert het gedurende ons leven en is het in staat om zich aan te passen. Dit gegeven wordt in het vakgebied functionele neurologie gebruikt om verloren gegane verbindingen tussen hersencellen weer te herstellen. Vergelijk het brein, met al haar hersencellen, voor het gemak maar eens met een wegenstelsel.

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