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a broad transverse nerve tract connecting the two cerebral hemispheres

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Caption: Figure 3: MRI Brain-Axial gradient echo-weighted images demonstrate susceptibility effect in the genu and splenium of the corpus collosum as well as the left frontal periventricular white matter compatible with multifocal hemorrhage.
Our corpus collosum, which connects and integrates our left hemispheres (limited in perceptual abilities) with our right hemispheres (limited in cognitive functions), may have enabled us to make more prudent decisions.
A computed tomography scan (CT) of the brain done in the emergency room revealed a 1 x 2 cm glioma in the area of the corpus collosum with mild mass effect (Fig 2).
White matter or myelin abnormalities with involvement of the corpus collosum.
Signals transverse (cross over) the corpus collosum from one hemisphere to the other hemisphere.
She said: "Music may activate the flow of stored memory material across the corpus collosum so the right and left hemispheres work in harmony, rather than in conflict.
His team finds the frontal cortex and corpus collosum to be especially vulnerable, a result that fits well with Charness' work on L1.