callosal

cal·lo·sal

(ka-lō'săl),
Relating to the corpus callosum.

callosal

[kəlō′səl]
Etymology: L, callosus, hard
pertaining to the corpus callosum.

cal·lo·sal

(kă-lō'săl)
Relating to the corpus callosum.

callosal

(kă-lō′săl) [L. callus, hardened skin]
Pert. to the corpus callosum.
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68) In 1 study, MRI findings which favored recurrent tumor included involvement of the corpus callosum with subependymal spread, corpus callosal involvement with crossing of the midline and multifocal lesions, and the combination of corpus callosal involvement with subependymal spread and multiple lesions.
Because a firm diagnosis of a callosal disorder has only been possible since the advent of neuroimaging, this range of conditions is only beginning to be understood.
Significant differences in area were found between the groups in the callosal subregion that included the isthmus and splenium.
Callosal connections correlate preferentially with ipsilateral cortical domains in cat areas 17 and 18, and with contralateral domains in the 17/18 transition zone.
MRI works particularly well in identifying ventriculomegaly, lesions within the posterior fossa, callosal anomalies and abnormalities in cerebral myelination, migration, and sulcation, Dr.
Following callosal surgery, the left hemisphere retains all its former ability to discern causal connections in testing situations, such as knowing that "bleed" is an appropriate follow-up to "pin" and "finger.
Connectivity and the corpus callosum in autism spectrum conditions: insights from comparison of autism and callosal agenesis
Diffusion tensor imaging with three-dimensional fiber tractography of traumatic axonal shearing injury: An imaging correlate for the posterior callosal "disconnection" syndrome: Case report.
Callosal agenesis with cyst: A better understanding and new classification.
The extent of callosal atrophy has been specifically related to mental processing speed and rapid problem solving (Edwards et al.