While Kenneth’s parietal-motor pathways are generally weaker, some well-practiced digit-centric skills may still be performed via compensatory engagement of proximal motor, frontal-temporal, or right hemispheric networks with relative sparing of complex visuospatial integration demands. The specific neural substrates involved would depend on task demands.

While Kenneth’s parietal-motor pathways are generally weaker, some well-practiced digit-centric skills may still be performed via compensatory engagement of proximal motor, frontal-temporal, or right hemispheric networks with relative sparing of complex visuospatial integration demands. The specific neural substrates involved would depend on task demands.

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