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Sex-related differences in callosal morphology and specific callosal connectivity: How far can we go?

  • Stephanie Clarke (a1)

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The precise relationship between callosal morphology and specific connectivity is not yet known. Callosal axons are often presumed to be arranged according to their origin. In humans, this is true for the genu and the splenium, which convey axons from the prefrontal and occipital cortices, respectively, but not for the body, where axons from wide parts of the cortex are intermingled.

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Sex-related differences in callosal morphology and specific callosal connectivity: How far can we go?

  • Stephanie Clarke (a1)

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