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corpus

 [kor´pus] (pl. cor´pora) (L.)
body.
corpus al´bicans white fibrous tissue that replaces the regressing corpus luteum in the human ovary in the latter half of pregnancy, or soon after ovulation when pregnancy does not supervene.
corpus amygdaloi´deum amygdaloid body.
cor´pora amyla´cea small hyaline masses of degenerate cells found in the prostate, neuroglia, and other sites.
corpus callo´sum an arched mass of white matter in the depths of the longitudinal fissure, made up of transverse fibers connecting the cerebral hemispheres.
corpus caverno´sum either of the two columns of erectile tissue forming the body of the penis or clitoris.
corpus fimbria´tum a band of white matter bordering the lateral edge of the lower cornu of the lateral ventricle of the brain.
corpus genicula´tum see geniculate bodies, lateral, and geniculate bodies, medial.
corpus hemorrha´gicum
1. an ovarian follicle containing blood.
2. a corpus luteum containing a blood clot.
3. a blood clot formed in the cavity left by rupture of a graafian follicle.
corpus lu´teum a yellow glandular mass in the ovary formed by an ovarian follicle that has matured and discharged its ovum; see also ovulation.
corpus mammilla´re mamillary body.
cor´pora quadrige´mina four rounded eminences on the posterior surface of the mesencephalon.
corpus spongio´sum pe´nis a column of erectile tissue forming the urethral surface of the penis, in which the urethra is found.
corpus ster´ni body of sternum.
corpus stria´tum a subcortical mass of gray matter and white matter in front of and lateral to the thalamus in each cerebral hemisphere.
corpus u´teri that part of the uterus above the isthmus and below the orifices of the fallopian tubes.

callosum

/cal·lo·sum/ (kah-lo´sum) corpus callosum.callo´sal

callosum

callosum

corpus callosum.
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Moreover, the ratio of the width of the body to the length of the corpus callosum (B/CCL) and the ratio of the width of the body to the height of the corpus callosum (B/CCH) were evaluated in the present study.
Structural changes of the corpus callosum in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.
By means studies with diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging (dt MRI) and fiber tractography, Hoffer and Frahm (23) showed the trajectory of the fiber, and concluded that the corpus callosum may be classified in five portions from anterior to posterior, which have different fiber compositions:
Then, 10 [micro]m serial, sagital sections were prepared from corpus callosum.
An improved corpus callosum helps with executive skills, memory, problem solving, and overall brain function, regardless of how old you are.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) has a typical distribution of white matter hyperintensities--corpus callosum, U-fibers, temporal lobes, brainstem, cerebellum and spinal cord.
The corpus callosum (CC) is known to be the largest white-matter fibre tract in the brain.
Significant fitnessrelated differences were seen in several key white matter regions, including the corpus callosum which joins the brain's left and right hemispheres.
55] More recently, researchers used the amplitude of low frequency fluctuations (ALFF) to evaluate resting-state brain functions and found that among individuals with schizophrenia the ALFF was elevated in the right corpus callosum, occipital lobes, left cerebellar lobe, superior frontal gyrus and precuneus, and the ALFF was decreased in the bilateral postcentral gyrus and left precuneus.
The contributors of these thirteen essays examine modifications in communication and psychopathology over time, including brain evolution and phylogenesis (the evolution of language, navigation discourse and the original language), brain abnormalities in schizophrenics (cortex symmetry and language processing, (disordered brain network function in adolescents, corpose callosum communication and language disturbances, structural and functional brain imaging of thought disorders, brain structural abnormalities, social function and psychopathology in schizophrenia) psychopathology ad schizophrenia (hallucinations, morbidity adjustments and linguistic abilities, and thought disorders and cognitive redemption).
A cribriform pattern (otherwise known as 'honeycombing' or 'sieve-like' appearance) (Figs 2 and 3) was present, caused by dilated perivascular spaces, diffusely involving the bilateral subcortical white matter (WM), centrum semiovale, periventricular deep white matter and corpus callosum.