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collection

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a measurable whole

the main part

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capital as contrasted with the income derived from it

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a collection of writings

the main part of an organ or other bodily structure

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2] signal intensity and no primary mass, accompanied by multiple small lesions in corpus callosum and periventricular white matter.
3%) with mean age 14 years involving the cervical cord and cerebellum, corpus callosum and basal ganglia.
Morphometric assessment of corpus callosum and cerebral hemispheres with magnetic resonance imaging.
Caption: Figure 4: Axial T2W image showing hyperintensities in deep white matter of bilateral fronto-temporo-parieto-occipital lobes and corpus callosum.
The group with the dominant involvement of subcortical white matter showed higher percentages of corpus callosum, basal ganglia, thalamus, and dorsal brain stem involvement than the group with the involvement of periventricular white matter.
A serious complication and cause of postoperative death is injury to vessels close to the corpus callosum, as the veins and pericallosal and calloso marginal arteries.
Third group was of congenital malformations which include pachygyria, holoprosencephaly, dandy walker variant, hydrocephalus and agenesis of corpus callosum.
A foreign study suggests that, PCNSL frequently occurs in cerebral hemisphere, callosum, basal ganglia and thalamus, less frequently occurs in epencephalon and brainstem and seldom occurs in ventricle only; 87% of PCNSL is supratentorial lesion.
People who self-reported using high-potency pot showed signs of damage in the corpus callosum, the major white matter tract connecting the brain's left and right sides.
The damage occurs in the corpus callosum, the structure that permits the right side of the brain to communicate with the left.
Researchers have looked for any differences between Einstein's brain and the physiological characteristics of other individuals to attribute the scientific genius to Einstein's corpus callosum being thicker than that in others.
The damage occurs in the corpus callosum, the structure that allows communication between the brain's left and right hemispheres.
11) In this study, remyelinating potential of progesterone in corpus callosum was evaluated after cuprizone-induced demyelination as an experimental model of MS.
6%) were found to have corpus callosum agenesis (Fig.