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Figure 4: fMRI with motor paradigms. Representative images of one of the adult participants (case 1) who were capable of walking independently both preoperatively and at the last follow-up. Following active and passive wrist flexion tasks of the right upper and lower limbs, the reorganizations of motor activations were seen in the ipsilateral right or contralesional hemisphere with displacement of motor area more laterally compared to controls ((c and d) right fist control; (e and f) left fist control). fMRI = functional magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 4: fMRI with motor paradigms. Representative images of one of the adult participants (case 1) who were capable of walking independently both preoperatively and at the last follow-up. Following active and passive wrist flexion tasks of the right upper and lower limbs, the reorganizations of motor activations were seen in the ipsilateral right or contralesional hemisphere with displacement of motor area more laterally compared to controls ((c and d) right fist control; (e and f) left fist control). fMRI = functional magnetic resonance imaging