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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Moreover, The role of these callosal axons, And the information they convey is highly debated.
Also, it was declared the atrophy in CC might be evaluated with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) measurements and callosal atrophy pattern may be practical which might especially show the pattern of cortical involvement related with cognitive impairment in degenerative dementia (Yamauchi et al.
2002) and music protects memory against callosal lesions (Amagdei, Baltes, Avram, & Miu, 2010).
Callosal white matter microstructural recovery in abstinent alcoholics: A longitudinal diffusion tensor imaging study.
The remaining anterior and posterior callosal fiber tracts are disconnected from the ependymal surface toward the cingulate gyrus (8,28,50,57).
Interhemispheric cooperation during word processing: Evidence for callosal transfer dysfunction in schizophrenic patients.
Heroin cues elicited significant activation of craving-related brain regions, mainly in the frontal lobes and callosal gyri.
These kinds of adaptations can be observed in the callosal body, the large connection between the left and right hemispheres of the brain, and in the arcuate fascicle, which links auditory perception and motor planning.
Their topics include what sets humans apart from their closest relatives, personhood: toward a gradualist approach, brain connectivity and the emergence of capacities of personhood: reflections from callosal agenesis and autism, the emergence of personhood: reflections on The Game of Life, and a theological approach to the image and likeness of God.
A new brain and orbital and spinal cord MRI scan showed bilateral callosal, periventricular, and paratrigonal white matter symmetric hyperintensities on T2-weighted images without contrast enhancement on T1.
Other neurological indications included 'cysts' 'corpus callosal agenesis' and 'holoprosencephaly'