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Agnosia

The way neuorns work with the brain and everything is extremely interesting to me, however, what happens to the neurons of people who have agnosia? I know there are different types such as visual or prosopagnosia, but what exactly is missing in their brain that disable the neurons from travelling to and from? Is it ever curable?

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