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Objective. This study is aimed at investigating differences in local brain activity and functional connectivity (FC) between children with unilateral amblyopia and healthy controls (HCs) by using resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI). Methods. Local activity and FC analysis methods were used to explore the altered spontaneous brain activity of children with unilateral amblyopia. Local brain function analysis methods included the amplitude of low-frequency fluctuationdoi:10.1155/2019/3681430 pmid:31428144 pmcid:PMC6683781 fatcat:hyvvfguscrh5fe4pr65xmwfm7m