Corpus callosum - Definition


The corpus callosum, located between the two cerebral hemispheres, is the largest of the four corners of the brain, an area which indicates the junction zone between several anatomical elements. Indeed, nerve fibers comprising the corpus callosum interconnect the right and left hemispheres of the brain and connect all lobes (frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital), which enables the sharing and combination of data processed by hemispheres. If the corpus callosum is compromised, neurological disorders related to that area of ??the brain appear as behavioral disorders, movement disorders...
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